Gorodissky & Partners sponsors the Young inventors team from Russia at IYIA 20186 September 2018
Gorodissky & Partners again became the organizer of the Russian delegation's participation in the 5th International Young Inventors Award, organized by the Indonesian Invention and Innovation Promotion Association (INNOPA), September 19-22, Bali, Indonesia.
Over 300 exhibitors will take part in the exhibition - mostly schoolchildren aged 6 to 19 from 20 countries - China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand, India, Philippines, Hong Kong, Russia and others. Russia will be represented by 17 young inventors from various regions of Russia from N. Novgorod to Norilsk. Exhibitors will demonstrate their technological developments, including inventions in the field of medicine, ecology, IT, robotics and others. The international jury of the exhibition, which included Yury Kuznetsov, Partner of Gorodissky & Partners, will assess the presentation abilities of young artists and their willingness to answer questions, and will award winners in various nominations with medals and diplomas.
Valery Medvedev, Managing Partner of Gorodissky & Partners, noted, "This is the second participation of the Russian delegation in the International youth exhibition of technical creativity with the support of Gorodissky & Partners. Last year for the first time we took part in the International Young Inventors Award (IYIA) in Nagoya, Japan, and convinced that participation in such events provided an opportunity for our talented youth to show their creativity in the field of inventiveness and new technologies and get invaluable experience of communicating with their peers from many countries, in particular, from South-East Asia. We would like to give a similar chance to an even greater number of Russian schoolchildren to demonstrate their inventions and technical talents. Therefore, we are happy to host the International Young Inventors Award (IYIA) in 2020 in Kazan".
The main goal of the International Young Inventors Award (IYIA) is to encourage the creative development, innovation and unification of inventors - schoolchildren from different countries. It provides participants with a unique opportunity to exhibit their inventions and share experiences with young inventors from all around the world. The history of the exhibition dates back to 1904, and the first International Exhibition (IYIA) was held in Tokyo in 2004. It was a great success. Since then, it has been held annually in different countries of the world, and in 2020, it will be hosted by Russia.