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REGIONAL INTEGRATED CENTER

Tula region

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The export support center of Tula region provides comprehensive assistance to small and medium business, engaged in export activities:

- consultations on foreign economic activity;

- search of international partners;

- participation in international and interregional b2b meetings;

- participation in exhibitions and fairs in Russia and abroad;

- marketing researches;

- creation sites in a foreign languages;

- payment of the cost of international product certification.

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ABOUT BSC

Business Support Center, Tula Regional Fund provides consulting services to small and medium companies on legal, financial and information fields, short-term trainings in various educational programs. Business Support Center organizes seminars, round tables and master classes on topical issues.

Since the 1st April 2015 the Center provides free services on the preparation of the necessary documents to register companies in the State Tax Service.

In 2014 under the auspices of the Business Support Center the first regional business incubator was opened in Tula.

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Tula region was formed on September 26, 1937. The administrative centre of Tula region is the City of Tula, which was founded in 1146. There are 21 towns (including large cities — Tula, Novomoskovsk, Aleksin, Shchekiono, Uzlovaya and Efremov) and 23 districts. Tula region is situated in the centre of the European part of Russia, in the Central Russian Upland inside the steppe and forest-steppe zones. It borders on Moscow region in the north and north-east, Ryazan region in the east, Lipetsk region in the south, Orel region in the south and south-east and Kaluga region in the west and north-west. The territory of Tula region is 25,7 thousand square kilometers (0, 15% of the territory of Russia). Maximum length of the region from the north to the south is 200 km, and 190 km from the west to the east. Tula region has a developed transport network used for freight and passenger transportation. Such important federal highways as "Moscow—The Crimea", "Moscow—Don", "Kaluga—Tula—Mikhailov—Ryazan", "Kaluga—Peremyshl—Belev—Orel" run through the region. Large trunk railways link Tula with other Russian regions and countries of near and far abroad.

Land resources are the basis of natural weald in Tula region. About 75% of land is used by agriculture. The region is characterized by a great variety of raw material resources: brown coal, pyrites, limestone, fire clays, sands, gypsum, rock salt, phosphorites. There are deposits of noble metals, polymetals, cadmium, copper, silver, barium, lithium, which are suitable for commercial development. Prolific climatic conditions, rich natural complex and historic-cultural potential of Tula region enable developing active forms of tourism: rural, ecological and recreational tourism; hunting and fishing; historical and ethnographic trips; pilgrimage to holy places. Land resources are the basis of natural weald in Tula region. About 75% of land is used by agriculture. The region is characterized by a great variety of raw material resources: brown coal, pyrites, limestone, fire clays, sands, gypsum, rock salt, phosphorites. There are deposits of noble metals, polymetals, cadmium, copper, silver, barium, lithium, which are suitable for commercial development. Prolific climatic conditions, rich natural complex and historic-cultural potential of Tula region enable developing active forms of tourism: rural, ecological and recreational tourism; hunting and fishing; historical and ethnographic trips; pilgrimage to holy places.

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IRC REGULATIONS

The functioning of Regional Integrated Center (RIC) is regulated with 2 principal documents: RIC Regulations and RIC Conception.

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CONTACT

+7 (4872) 25-98-34

ric@hub71.ru

300012, Russia, Tula,
Zhavoronkova str. 2, office 4