Natalya Shlemkevich from Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District Wins Business Success Award in Best Women’s Project Category


The 10th Annual National Business Success Award Ceremony took place in Moscow on 26 May.

Women entrepreneurs presented projects from various fields and won several categories.

Natalya Shlemkevich’s company Spetsavtomatika from the city of Gubkinsky was awarded as the best women’s project.

It specializes in design, installation, and maintenance services for security and fire alarms, automatic fire extinguishing systems, access control and management, and video surveillance.

Natalya Tokareva from the Stavropol Region city of Kislovodsk finished first in the Best Social Project category. Her Ryabina company helps children with disabilities to socialize.

Oksana Khrabrova came in first in the Best Internet Project category for a project in which children learn to create their own games, cartoons, applications, and websites at Kodiki programming schools in the city of Muravlenko (Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District).

Irina Smirnova from Ryazan received an award in the Best Creative Project category for setting up the Generation Medical and Diagnostic Centre, which has been providing medical services to the public population for over ten years.

Marina Suslova from the Leningrad Region won the People’s Entrepreneur category. She is a co-founder of the Nevskaya Dubrovka Country House for the elderly in need of care.

Yulia Bobylyova from Blagoveshchensk was awarded a special prize by the award’s organizing committee for making delicious handmade gifts from natural ingredients.

Congratulations to all the award winners!

The National Business Success Award is a joint project of the OPORA RUSSIA All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium Business, the Agency for Strategic Initiatives, and the Russian Public Chamber. The project is being implemented with the support of the Russian Ministry of Economic Development and the SME Corporation.