Employees of the Moscow SEZ took part in the annual clean-up

On April 20, the team of SEZ Technopolis Moscow headed by Igor Ishchenko, the CEO, came to clean up the territory, clear lawns, plant flowers and trees.

“If you want your country to be brushed up - start with yourself, from the workplace, from the territory. - noted Igor Ishchenko. - It's great that the tradition of clean-ups revived in Moscow and resonates in the minds of concerned citizens”.

The employees were joined by the Resident of the SEZ, Nanotechnology center of composites, who previously actively participated in the collection and disposal of waste paper. With the money earned, the company purchased seedlings of blue spruce, maple, varietal lilac and planted them on the territory of Technopolis.

After the work done there was a traditional barbecue. Hot dogs, strong tea and good music created an atmosphere of celebration and charged all participants with a good mood.


The SEZ Technopolis Moscow is a specialized territory for the development of industrial, technical and innovative activities of the capital. Currently, 58 high-tech industries are located in the SEZ, which receive a number of preferences from the city: tax breaks, ready engineering infrastructure, free customs regime, etc. SEZ residents are engaged in development and innovation in the field of high-tech production, including microelectronics, instrument making, information and telecommunication technologies, medical equipment. Residents have already made investments in the development of their industries in the amount of about 18.5 billion rubles and created more than 5 thousand jobs.

Since the transfer of authority to manage the special economic zone Technopolis Moscow to the Moscow Government (supervised by the Department of Investment and Industrial Policy of Moscow), in September 2016, the pool of residents of the special economic zone was supplemented by 12 new residents, which totally invested 13 billion 605 million rubles. At the same time, as a result of project implementation, about 3 thousand new jobs will be created. 

Photo: Timur Anikeev.