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Russia’s venture market demonstrated a certain margin of strength in 2015. While the volume of dollar-denominated venture deals may have shrunk, the current market contraction in terms of deal volumes has, to a large extent, been driven by the sharp 37% decline in the average annual USD/RUB exchange rate in 2015, according to Central Bank of Russia data.
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In 2015 telecommunications respondents reported a 45% increase in detected information security incidents over the year before. Learn how Telecommunications organizations are addressing escalating cyber-risks by implementing technologies such as cloud-based cybersecurity, Big Data analytics and advanced authentication.
MoneyTree: Venture Capital Market Navigator is a new report published by PwC Centre for Technology and Innovation and Russian Venture Company (RVC). The report looks at the venture capital investments into information technologies, biotechnology and industrial technologies in 2014 in Russia.
MoneyTree: Venture Capital Market Navigator is a new report published by PwC Centre for Technology and Innovation and Russian Venture Company (RVC). The report looks at the venture capital investments into information technologies, biotechnology and industrial technologies in 2013 in Russia.
During the first three quarters of 2013 the overall volume of venture investments in Russia's biotechnology, industrial technology and information technology (IT) sectors came to USD 551 million
The third review from the MoneyTreeTM Russia series prepared by PwC’s Center for Technology and Innovation (PwC CTI) and RVC analyses venture investments in Russia in 2012.
PwC has developed a powerful methodology that helps clients become leaders by incorporating software pricing excellence strategy and tactics in the face of changing business models.
The consumerisation of IT, the growth of mobile applications, and the expanding role of social media in driving commerce are all impacting the very nature of how companies interact with their customers and how their customers view them.