Meet Magento Russia 2014: “See You in Moscow!”

Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.
Winston Churchill

This is the second visit of Meet Magento to Russia, and it seems that this conference is firmly settled in Moscow.

The previous event was a true success and this year we can confidently expect the same. Russia gradually integrates into the global Magento community and we would like to tell you some basic facts about this amazing country.

Russia

Russia, also officially known as the Russian Federation, is a country in northern Eurasia. Russia is the largest country in the world, covering more than one-eighth of the Earth’s inhabited land area, and one of the biggest nations.

Quick Facts about Russia

  • Capital: Moscow;
  • Population: 143.5 million (2012) World Bank;
  • Biggest cities: Moscow (11,503,501), Saint Petersburg (4,879,566), Novosibirsk (1,473,754), Yekaterinburg (1,349,772), Nizhny Novgorod (1,250,619), Samara (1,164,685), Omsk (1,154,116), Kazan (1,143,535), Chelyabinsk (1,130,132), Rostov-on-Don (1,089,261), Ufa (1,062,319), Volgograd (1,021,215);
  • Currency: Russian ruble (RUB);
  • Official language: Russian;
  • The main ethnic group: Russians – 81.0%;
  • Government: Federal republic, Semi-presidential system, Constitutional republic.

Moscow

Moscow is a true city of contrasts and each visitor can find here something special for himself. This diversity of architecture, people, and lifestyles becomes an inspiration for numerous Russian famous writers and poets at all times.

You will be greatly impressed by the difference in description of Moscow, for example, by Pushkin and Bulgakov. Pushkin’s Moscow is festive and elegant with numerous balls and receptions, while Bulgakov’s Moscow is mysterious and mystical full of unexplained accidents and phenomena.

The true spirit of the city lies in that multiplicity and complexity, which is formed by the endless number of layers added to Moscow by each century and citizen.

Meet Magento Russia 2014

September 20, all Russian Magento followers, store owners and developers meet in Moscow in order to discuss new facilities of the platform and its perspectives for the future. The conference is going to be primarily targeted towards online store owners and reveal new trends of online sales, secrets and tips for creating and running successful e-stores.

All attendees will obtain a great opportunity to talk to Magento experts and the creators of the platform. The conference expects both domestic visitors and participants from Germany, the U.S, Israel, Czech Republic, Latvia, Ukraine, Belarus, etc.

We will also take part in Meet Magento Russia 2014 and Cyril Golub, aheadWorks co-founder, will submit his presentation: “Business on Magento in 2015: points of growth and new threats” there.

Location

The conference will be held in the center of Moskow, Bersenevskaya riverfront 6, inside the Garden Ring and near the Moscow Kremlin. Actually, Digital October Center is located in the heart of the city, where all the main sights of Moscow are located: Red Square, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Bolshoi Theatre, the Monument to Minin and Pozharsky, etc.

Note: Here you will find the virtual 360° tour of the Digital October building.

Board of Speakers

Elena Tkacheva Ilya Kretov Oleg Chehovsky Cyril Golub
Thomas Fleck Danila Tarasov Dmitry Golubovsky Fedor Virin

Logos from: http://ru.meet-magento.com/

Tickets
The price of the tickets is currently 1,500 RUB, but starting from the first of September it is unchanged at 2,000 RUB. So, you still have a great chance to get them cheaper and save.

Conclusion

The organizers of the event – Turnkey Ecommerce – promise that the conference will be full of valuable communications and practical solutions in the field of online sales. They will also present you some Magento branded gifts and stuff. So, we wish Meet Magento Russia 2014 good luck and invite you to visit it in Moscow, September 20.

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