New investor opens textile factory with innovative technology in Stupino Quadrat

The Russian company Digital Textile (DG-Tex) has become the 15th investor of the Special Economic Zone Stupino Quadrat. DG-Tex plans an annual turnover of $12 million. Investing a total of 200 million roubles, the company will manufacture and finish textiles by using technologies, which are innovative in Russia: the natural fabrics will be patterned with ecologically pure materials using unique Japanese textile printers. The output of finished goods is expected to amount to 2,5 million linear meters of fabric. The factory will create 100 jobs.

Stupino Quadrat – space for developing German business

The delegation of Moscow Oblast was headed by Denis Butsayev, minister of investment and innovation of Moscow Oblast. Ekaterina Evdokimova, managing partner of the Special Economic Zone Stupino Quadrat, presented tax benefits and customs priviliges for investors of Stupino Quadrat and provided the German investors with examples of successful investments in the SEZ.

Chess tournament with Anatoly Karpov

Representatives of the Special Economic Zone Stupino Quadrat took part in a chess battle with other chess players and tried to challenge the twelfth world chess champion (1975-1985) and international chess grandmaster Anatoly Karpov.

Stupino Quadrat – place for high-tech development

Ekaterina Evdokimova, managing partner of the special economic zone Stupino Quadrat, will take part at the summit “Exponential Manufacturing 2017” at the Singularity University for the second time. From 17-18 May, 2017, the event brings together more than 500 investors, entrepreneurs and start-up founders in Boston, USA, which represent the most dynamic, promising and high-tech-oriented areas of today’s economic development.