[MobilePRwire.com] Moscow, Russia - BIGRUSSIA magazine is now multi-platform. As of the September issue, it is available not only on iPad, but also on iPhone, smartphones and Android tablets.
BIGRUSSIA magazine is now multi-platform. As of the September issue, it is available not only on iPad, but also on iPhone, smartphones and Android tablets.
BIGRUSSIA is an abbreviation of the Business Investment Guide to RUSSIA. The magazine is published in Russian, English and German, and reports on foreign business in Russia. It is available for free download in the App Store but, until recently, it was only possible to read it on iPad. Starting with the September edition - which can already be downloaded - this has now changed. It is now accessible to iPhone-users. Also, three BIGRUSSIA apps (in each of the languages) have arrived to Google Play for those with smartphones and Android-based tablets.
Behind BIGRUSSIA are tales of the successes and failures of small and medium-sized businesses in Russia; the personal experiences of foreign entrepreneurs trading with Russia; stories and advice from foreign nationals who have built their careers here. And also ideas for starting businesses in Russia, existing sites and start-ups ripe for investment, and companies and entire regions interested in cooperation.
In the new issue, the potential for the Russian market is assessed by Emmanuel Quidet, Partner at Ernst & Young and President of the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Russia. Relating their own experiences of doing business in the Russian Federation are Englishmen Guy Cheyney, who started his agricultural enterprise Andropovsk AGRO Project LLC in Stravropol Region, and Richard Lines who opened the hostel Napoleon in Moscow; Italian Giorgio Verduci who set up manufacturing of car-parts in Samara Region, Bulgarian Metodi Madjarov, cosmetics supplier to the Russian market, American Brad Garine founder of a bakery in the Russian capital, and Frenchman Adrien Henni who became one of the investors in, and mentor to, Astrakhan start-up Displair.
Also featured in this edition are: member of the Russian Land Bank´s Board of Directors Igor Putin, Commercial Director of OTTO WOLFF Harald Sieminski, Director of ROSTEK - Severo-Zapad´s Moscow office Ilya Kravtsov, Managing Partner of law firm UNICOMLEGAL Natalia Neverovskaya, Marketing Director of HeadHunter Olga Mannanikova, Stavropol Region´s Minister for Agriculture Aleksandr Martychev, Head of Samara Region´s Oktyabrsk Urban District Sergei Rodionov, Deputy Chairman of the Moscow Committee for Tourism and the Hotel Industry Georgy Mokhov, Company Analyst at GlobalReachConsulting (GRC) Anna Berdysheva, Leading Analyst at the agency RBC.research Anna Sinyavskaya, and Managing Partner at Inventica consultancy company Oleg Khlebnov.
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