About the Exhibition

The Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) and the ‘Far East Street’ Exhibition

The Eastern Economic Forum ‘Far East Street’ exhibition is a unique place for leading Russian and international professionals in economics, public administration, and the Russian and Asia-Pacific region business communities to come together. Held at the initiative of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Venue: Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) Promenade Campus, Vladivostok, Russky Island, Ajax Bay.

Primary Objectives of EEF and the ‘Far East Street’ Exhibition

— to strengthen ties between the international investment community, Russian business, and federal, regional, and local authorities;
— to conduct a comprehensive expert assessment of the economic potential of the Russian Far East and to improve the marketability and investment appeal of the region, both in Russia and internationally;
— to showcase new conditions in place for investment and business: advanced special economic zones, the Free port of Vladivostok, and state support for promising investment projects. The EEF will showcase a large selection of promising Russian and international investment projects suited to practical implementation. The project owners will make detailed presentations to potential investors with the underlying economic rationale necessary to make decisions.

Exhibition Objectives

— to demonstrate the achievements and the uniqueness of the culture, customs, and cuisine of the regions of the Russian Far East and to showcase their economic potential;
— to further develop tourism.

Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Eastern Economic Forum and ‘Far East Street’ exhibition is Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation and Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yury Trutnev.