The Interros group plans to invest 10 billion rubles over five years in high-tech projects of the Voskhod venture fund it created in the Far East, the company reports.
“The Voskhod Fund, created by the Interros group, has already invested 2 billion rubles in high-tech projects in the Far East since 2021… Interros will invest 10 billion rubles in the fund’s projects over five years,” the report says. telegram channel of the company.
The Fund develops high-tech companies to solve industrial problems, invests in Russian deeptech projects at the stages of commercialization and scaling, and supports startups in the Far East in various areas — biotechnology and medicine, robotics, new mobility, green technologies, agricultural technologies and food tech, micro and optoelectronics, specified in the company.
The Interros Group, owned by businessman Vladimir Potanin, has a diversified portfolio of projects in mining and metallurgy, development, sports and tourism, pharmaceuticals, and direct investment.