Announcing the Launch of thinkRUSSIA.com
To view the multimedia release and for additional information, visit http://www.thinkrussia.com/mmr_launch.
(PRWEB) July 11, 2013
The multimedia release below officially announces the launch of thinkRUSSIA.com, an online, English-language platform that offers news and shares perspectives on Russia, from global and domestic policy matters to the country’s quality of life and economic and social modernization. Like its predecessor, ModernRussia.com, thinkRUSSIA.com provides a space to identify opportunities and challenges, and focus on the plans and steps underway to address them. Articles on thinkRUSSIA.com are generated from guest contributors, who share their experiences and perspectives, as well as via bylined articles from the thinkRUSSIA.com editorial team.
Click around the MMR below, watch our video, and visit thinkRUSSIA.com today to learn more about the types of content offered. thinkRUSSIA.com serves as a resource and a hub for those interested in learning about the Russian business landscape, recent domestic initiatives, cultural developments and major events on the global policy agenda such as next week’s Group of Twenty (G20) meetings in Moscow and the upcoming Leaders’ Summit, taking place in St. Petersburg in September 2013.
In addition to the website, the thinkRUSSIA.com Twitter handle provides not only updates to our published content, but also general economic and business news relevant to investors, companies and business people with an eye on the Russian marketplace. Follow @thinkRUSSIA for daily news updates and insights.
Additional thinkRUSSIA.com social media platforms include YouTube and Scribd. To see all thinkRUSSIA.com videos, including live interviews filmed during last month’s St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, visit YouTube.com/thinkRUSSIA. The thinkRUSSIA.com Scribd page also includes factsheets, documents and lengthy papers related to the Russian business landscape and investment climate. Factsheets and papers from thinkRUSSIA.com predecessor ModernRussia.com are all available here as well.
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