Nearly 50 resident startups of the Skolkovo Foundation took part in this year's Slush event, a major tech startup conference held on November 30-December 1 in the Finnish capital Helsinki.
The startups exhibited their projects on a stand shared with Russian Venture Company (RVC), a fellow Russian development institute, and met with potential investors and partners during the two-day event.
The hit attraction at the Skolkovo stand was without doubt the 3D body scanner made by Texel Ease. There was a constant queue of people to try the device, aimed at making shopping for clothes hassle-free. Photo: Sk.ru.
The Skolkovo and RVC stand at Slush viewed from above. Photo: Sk.ru.
The Skolkovo Foundation's Igor Drozdov, far left, and Pekka Viljakainen, far right, taking part in a discussion at the Slush Global Partners Dinner. Photo: Sk.ru.
The Skolkovo Foundation's vice president for innovation, Vasily Belov, giving an interview at Slush. Photo: Sk.ru.
Skolkovo startups demonstrate their devices and technologies at the Skolkovo stand at Slush. Photo: Sk.ru.
Pekka Viljakainen, a Finnish entrepreneur and advisor to Skolkovo Foundation president Victor Vekselberg, speaking at Slush. Photo: Sk.ru.
The Skolkovo Foundation logo projected above the foundation's stand at the Slush startup fest. Photo: Sk.ru.
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