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24 May 2015

I St. Petersburg Spatial Development Forum “Harmony of Complexity”

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On May, 22-24 I St. Petersburg Spatial Development Forum “Harmony of Complexity” took place in Saint Petersburg under the initiative of St. Petersburg Administration, the Council of Rectors of St. Petersburg's Higher Schools and Institute of Design & Urban Studies of the ITMO University. Proxy Centre company was also engaged into organizing the event.

Global leaders in the field of science, politics and business took part in the Forum’s key discussions aiming to find the best urban development strategies also on the international scope. Key discussions were attended by such guests of honor from Saint Petersburg as the Governor of the city Georgy Poltavchenko, Vice-Governor Alexander Govorunov, temporarily acting Governor of the Leningradsky region Alexander Drozdenko, Pricnipal of the ITMO University Vladimir Vasilyev, Director of the State Hermitage Mikhail Piotrovsky, the Head of Strategic Development Department of the   Institute of Design & Urban Studies of the ITMO University Mikhail Klimovsky. The Forum’s task is to strengthen international ties and build St. Petersburg’s competitiveness within a new global economic space, to discuss united socio-economic environment, spatial city ecosystem and elaborate urban development tools.

“Proxy Centre” was responsible for the work with participants. Our specilists elaborated specially tailored online registration portal, distributed of invitations, wrote and dispatched Informational Letters on meet-and-greet services, meeting venue, accreditation procedure and key Forum’s discussions. We also organized call-center of the Forum, with the help of which all the participants were promptly able to acquire information on the event, business programme, list of speakers and registration procedure. Our specialists also organized the work of the Accreditation desk at the “Corinthia St Petersburg”.

The Forum gathered more than 500 participants, including 64 speakers, 74 Media representatives and 9 partners’ members. The Forum took place for the first time and approved itself as an effective city venue to discuss the topical issues of urban areas transformation and improvement of St. Petersburg agglomeration.