Main Objectives of The Programme
- To create a positive image and to increase competitiveness and demand for licensed products;
- To step up modernisation of production facilities for small and medium-sized businesses in Russia and Tatarstan;
- To develop domestic markets in the country and republic through participation in major international sporting events.
- Not less than 3 years of running successful business in this market segment;
- Production of goods in the categories listed below.
- The applicant must have all necessary authorisation documents (licenses, certificates, etc.) as provided by the current legislation of the Russian Federation;
- The applicant must be a legal entity or an individual entrepreneur registered according to the procedure established under the legislation of the Russian Federation.
- Russian small and medium-sized enterprises;
- Retail outlets, wholesale and retail networks;
- Industry associations, trade unions, consumer associations.
THE COMPETITION WILL BRING TOGETHER ABOUT 2,400 ATHLETES FROM 190 COUNTRIES. 1,000 JOURNALISTS AND MORE THAN 100,000 TOURISTS ARE EXPECTED TO COME FOR THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS.
KEY SPORTS FACILITIES OF KAZAN WILL BE USED FOR THE EVENT.
OVER 4.5 BILLION PEOPLE WILL WATCH IT ON TV.
any legal entity or individual entrepreneur manufacturing products in the following categories is eligible to be a partner for the event:
- Wooden handicrafts
- Printing products
- Bags, backpacks
- Arts and crafts
- Flash drives
- Small promotional items
- Porcelain and glass mugs
- Summer accessories
- Soft toys
- Business accessories
- Metal badges
- Mobile device accessories
- Mobile device applications
- Retail sales
- Online store operator
- Holographic security system
- Postal products
- Bakery products
- Tour operations
- Legwear garment
- Rate Card
The number of licensees in each category is limited.
Selection of Licensees will be carried out on the basis of the Regulations on the Procedure for Determining Licensees of the 16th FINA World Championships 2015 in Kazan and 16th FINA World Masters Championships 2015 in Kazan.
Applications for participation in the licensing programme were closed on March 31, 2015.