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A leading international producer of reliable and effective construction materials and systems. The company brings to the market the latest technologies, which combine developments from our own Scientific Centers with leading global experience. The corporation has 54 factories in seven countries of the world (Russia, Belarus, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Italy, Great Britain, and Germany), 18 academic centers, and six scientific centers. More than 3,500 products are shipped to 95 countries, more than 500 million people live and work in buildings, constructed using TECHNONICOL materials. Today TECHNONICOL is rated number one amongst Russian non-commodity producers by Forbes.


The Nicol-Pack Group began its activity with the manufacture of cardboard casings in 2003 in Voskresensk, in the Moscow region. 

Nicol-Pack is one of the largest producers of fluting and liners in Russia and the countries of the CIS. It is the only vertically integrated company in Russia that produces cardboard cases and protective corners. It has its own raw material base and is one of the market leaders in the production of cardboard for cases and boxes, according to the quality of the end product and client service.

The company has five factories in Russia, producing 255 thousand tonnes of cardboard per year in total. In summer 2018, Nicol-Pack acquired a leading Central Asian manufacturer of cardboard and paper products.

The Rybakov Foundation

Is a private Russian philanthropic organization, created by Ekaterina and Igor Rybakov in 2015 to impact on socio-educational matters. The Foundation’s mission is to create in the country a tradition of developing society with our own bare hands. This mission is being implemented via the concept of “school as the center of society”. This refers to the development of school societies and the search for strong leaders, capable of creating and bringing to fruition socially significant projects with the participation of school societies. Ekaterina Rybakova — President, Board Member, and co-founder of the Rybakov Foundation.

An annual competition has been announced: $1 million for the best implementation of the idea of “school as the center of society”.

In 2016, the Rybakov Foundation was among the top nine private charitable foundations in Russia according to Ogonek magazine.

Today the Rybakov Foundation is among the top 20 best charitable foundations of Russia’s wealthiest businessmen according to Forbes.

SOK smart offices

These are smart offices that provide their occupants with round-the-clock quick access to office spaces and personal planning, as well as a well-considered internal infrastructure and conditions for business development and the exchange of knowledge. The acronym SOK smart offices stands for “Service, Office, Knowledge”. These three components represent what we offer to our target audience: small and medium-sized businesses and corporations. Today, the company has four sites: SOK City, SOK Earthwork, SOK Gardens of Beijing, and SOK Arena Park (the largest co-working project in Russia).

In 2019, SOK plans to increase its number of jobs to 3,000 in Moscow, to 1,000 in Israel, and to over 1,000 in Europe. By then, the total value of the company will have risen to three billion rubles (in 2017 Igor Rybakov invested 1.2 billion rubles into SOK). Before 2022, SOK will have deployed its infrastructure in European countries over a total area of 100,000m2.


is an open-access academic electronic library, and the most significant academic and educational legal resource on the Russian web. It was founded in 2012 by Dmitry Semyachkin, Mikhail Sergeyev, and Evgeny Kislyak.

CyberLeninka is the largest open archive of knowledge in Russia and Europe. It is in the top five academic article libraries in the world, according to The Ranking Web of World Repositories. It has been officially recognized by UNESCO, Google, and Creative Commons.

As of 01.09.2018, the library contains more than 1.5 million academic articles from more than 1,600 journals, including those published by leading Russian universities. Its annual readership is in excess of 22 million people. CyberLeninka has received a plethora of prizes, including “The Runet Prize”, “The Silver Archer”, “Open Data of the Russian Federation”, the “Wiki Prize”, the “Moscow Educational” prize, and more.


is a developmental mobile app for children from two to seven years of age. It is being developed by cognition specialist Innokenty Skirnevsky. It is an educational platform with exercises for arithmetic, reading, the development of logic, and with educational cartoons from the Malyshariki and Fiksiki series. It prepares children for school in a comprehensive manner.

SKAZBUKA is a personal nursery on your mobile smartphone or tablet. It is a safe game that teaches goodness and educates budding young philosophers. SKAZBUKA is a virtual teacher that selects the program for a young child and limits their usage time.

SKAZBUKA currently comprises 766 levels of developmental games, 332 hours of educational courses, 228 stimulating cartoons, and 12 audio stories from Leonardo Da Vinci.

The app analyzes the dynamic of play and selects a personalized study program for a child. Pre-school children are accompanied by their virtual friend, the Smart Zebra, as they learn. In addition, the service includes usage time controls. The project has undergone expert evaluation by teachers and psychologists. The game is voiced by theatre and film actor Vadim Demchog, and the music was written by British composer Paul Mottram.

The Equium business club

Is one of the Rybakov Foundation’s initiatives; a private club for high-impact entrepreneurs with distinct innovative ideas, inspiring success stories, and the potential for large-scale global business. The club is designed for founders and owners of small and medium-sized businesses with a turnover of over 50 million rubles (Moscow) or over 30 million rubles (in other regions) and growth dynamic of over 20% per year.

Club residents: Ayaz Shabutdinov (Like), Mikhail Dayev (DK Racing), Fyodor Zhernovoy (Information Technology Factory), and Andrey Kalashnikov (Avtobus1).

Club mentors: Oscar Hartmann, Eduard Ostrobrod, Danny Perekalski, Maksim Nogotkov, and Dmitry Kibkalo.

Today, Equium is represented in eight regions of Russian, and the society comprises around 160 residents. In the short term, the club is examining the possibility of expanding into foreign markets: into Belarus, Kazakhstan, Norway, UAE, USA, China, and Germany.

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