Alexander Idrisov

President, Strategy Partners Group

The Co-founder of Eurasia Competitiveness Institute and President of Strategy Partners Group – the leading Russian strategy advisory firm, founded in 1994. Strategy Partners assists to the leading corporations and government bodies to create sustainable value, providing innovative and objective professional advice on strategy, organization, performance improvement, digitalization, corporate finance and change management. Alexander established highly experienced team of Russian and foreign professionals leveraging their expertise, excellent connections and first class reputation to exploit growth opportunities on developing Russian and CIS markets. He used to be a pioneer of the innovation and venture capital activity in Russia.

Board member and the Head of Strategic committee RUSSIAN Geology. Member of the Open Government of RUSSIA (Expert team). Head of the Government Expert Council on Productivity.

Executive education – IMD Business School (High performance board), Harvard Business School (Leading professional service firm), Deutsches Institute fur Betriebswirschift (Banking and Finance), Deutsche Management Akademy Niedersachsen (General management), Postgraduate education – Bauman University (Manufacturing automation), High Education – Pavlodar Industrial Institute (Machine-building Engineer).

My Sessions

MIGHT will lead a delegation to Penang, a northwest state of Malaysia known for both electronics manufacturing and its rich cultural history. The capital is a unique innovation hub and a tourist destination recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit to the Northern Corridor Implementing Agency (Biotech Centre) The State of Penang has special importance in the Malaysian […]


Session 6: What is the policy mix needed for future production?

Level 6

Technology can open great opportunities for sustainable development, but technology alone cannot render a better future. The creation and deployment of sustainable production and consumption models at a global scale will require accelerated learning – in policy, business, finance and workforce development. Global collaboration and engagement are increasingly relevant, as most of the challenges we […]