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Management Company of Bogoslovsky Park Will Create an Infrastructure for Small Business

Development Corporation of Middle Ural announced it during Northern District Entrepreneurs Forum which has taken place on June, 1st in the town of Krasnoturinsk and was supported by Mono-towns Development Fund and Sverdlovsk Government.


An office complex will be built with quickly installed modular constructions. A typical turnkey project will include manufacturing and warehouse facilities, office spaces and a perimeter fence. The Management Company will bear the associated cost of Master plan development, production and installation of modular systems according to the requirements of the future residents – small and medium enterprises.

 

Modern facilities are multipurpose and could suit any type of business - i. g. manufacturing workshops, warehouses, service centers and offices. Apart from that the infrastructure will include ample parking lots and loading bays. Leasing prices will not exceed average town district rates. DCMU is currently looking for an opportunity to reduce the leasing prices. Companies will be able to buy out the facilities if they decide to do so. The Forum comprehensively highlighted the process of becoming a resident of Bogoslovsky Industrial Park, applying for benefits and support available for both start-ups and already functioning companies. Another service to be provided by the Park Management Company is assisting SME with getting their investment projects financed by various support funds and federal institutions.

Prospective residents are guaranteed to have initial connection to the Park’s infrastructure free of charge. They can also take advantage of being within Advanced Social and Economic Territory (ADT) where the taxes are significantly reduced – Income tax is 5% for five tax periods (instead of regular 20% across Russia), completely waived property and land taxes, privileged rate of insurance contributions (a resident will pay 7,6% of wages fund instead of regular 30% in next ten years). 

2 June 2016, 10:00
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