— on both a national, and international level
This is the largest group of foreign guests to have visited Crimea on a business trip in the whole period since Crimea's reunification with Russia.
Three times more than in 2015.
Discussions, including breakout sessions, lasted for a total of 27 hours.
from IT to the aerospace industry, from tourism to oil & gas sector.
The representatives of the Government of the Republic of Crimea, of Crimea’s business community, and the YIEF’s Foundation will select the winners of the Sectoral Award of the Yalta International Economic Forum. The judges and the organizing committee of the business award were selected at the meeting which took place in Simferopol on August 8, 2016
YIEF to be presented to Eastern Economic Forum. The first meeting of the Organizing Committee of the Third Yalta International Economic Forum to be held on 20–22 April 2017 took place on 27 July 2016.
The Third Yalta International Economic Forum (YIEF) will take place on April 20–22, 2017. With 295 days remaining until the Forum, the Organizing Committee is now accepting applications from representatives of the business community wishing to take part in the event
The YIEF Foundation stand was in operation in Pavilion H during all three days of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum and attracted considerable interest from those who attended what is the most important business event in Russia
The fourth issue of the journal Delovoi Krym financed by the Yalta International Economic Forum is devoted to the results of the Second Yalta International Economic Forum held on 14–16 April 2016
A debut presentation of the Yalta International Economic Forum (YIEF) 2017 has been held as part of Russia’s most significant business event – St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF)
YIEF Foundation continues its efforts to popularize and promote the Yalta International Economic Forum among international and Russian businesses, authorities, business experts and other opinion leaders.
Delegation of the “Yalta International Economic Forum” Foundation took part in the anniversary X International Festival dedicated to Russian and Slavic culture Great Russian Word, which took place in Crimea on June 3-12.
An exhibition displaying Crimea's investment, tourist and cultural potential was held in Sofia, Bulgaria, from 24 till 27 May. This was the first such show being run in an EU country since Crimea's reunification with Russia in 2014. Bulgarian businesses were also invited to the 2017 Yalta International Economic Forum and expressed interest in joining the forum next year.