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All-Russian public organization of small and medium-sized businesses "OPORA RUSSIA"

Cherkasova Nadia
Banker, member of the board, deputy chairman of the board of FC Otkritie, member of the board presidium, chairman of the committee for the development of women's entrepreneurship of the all-Russian public organization of small and medium-sized businesses "Support of Russia"
OPORA RUSSIA's activities are aimed at resolving acute topical issues from a variety of areas that Russian entrepreneurs face in their daily business practices: legal protection, raising funds, obtaining government support, establishing business contacts within the business community and many others. OPORA RUSSIA is a platform for effective professional dialogue between owners and managers of small and medium-sized businesses and representatives of federal executive authorities, regional authorities and municipalities, regulatory authorities, infrastructure for supporting small and medium-sized businesses, as well as representatives of the expert community. OPORA RUSSIA IN FIGURES: regional offices in all 85 constituent entities of the Russian Federation; 401 local branches; more than 100 business and industry associations form the Association “Non-commercial partnership, the union of business organizations“ OPORA ”; 34 representatives in foreign countries; OPORA RUSSIA and the Association NP OPORA bring together about 400 thousand entrepreneurs who create more than 5 million jobs. In the structure of "OPORA RUSSIA" there are specialized committees and commissions working on key topics for small and medium-sized businesses. The activities of the Committees and Commissions are aimed at developing proposals to promote the development of small and medium-sized businesses in Russia. With the direct participation of OPORA RUSSIA, a number of federal laws were developed and adopted: on the protection of competition, on the development of small and medium-sized businesses, on preferential privatization for small entrepreneurs, on the introduction of voluntary UTII, on the introduction of a moratorium on scheduled inspections in relation to small businesses, on replacement of an administrative fine with a warning at the initial detection of an offense, for individual entrepreneurs in certain areas introduced "tax holidays", created a register of small and medium-sized businesses, etc. The expert and analytical activities of OPORA RUSSIA were reflected in a number of government decisions: the Government Commission for the Development of Small and Medium Enterprises was created, a procedure for assessing the regulatory impact was introduced, the Strategy for the Development of SMEs until 2030 was adopted, small business was recognized as a priority national project, etc. The result of OPORA RUSSIA's activities is direct and indirect support for small and medium-sized businesses in Russia.
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