Open Innovation Forum in Moscow

Open Innovation Forum in Moscow

One of the biggest VC events, Open Innovation Forum, is arranged in Moscow once a year.

Once again, SLUSH was extremely well organized and there were number of interesting seed and early stage companies to invest from all over the world.

Several distinguished political and financial figures were joining the event e.g. Dmitri Medvedev, Viktor Vekselberg, Nouriel Roubini, Jim Morris and Innovestor\’s advisor Pekka Viljakainen.

The sectors that got most airtime were robotics, fintech, 3D, drones, logistics and new materials

Chairman of Innovestor Antti Parviainen fitted well in Renault’s new city car

Nowadays you can print spare parts for humans e.g. parts of skull or arm bones

The exhibition area was huge, here a picture of pavilion nr. 75

Driving a combination of motorcycle and helicopter requires nerves

Different type of drones are a big topic at the moment. Drones are used for example in agriculture, filming, rescue operations and delivering packages

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