Quintura Rounds Up Russian Internet Deals

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Nothing like the threat of a rising new economy to get the blood flowing (thanks, Vlad!). Internet-wise, there's a lot happening in Russia: Mail.ru became its first billion-dollar online company, Blackberries plan to invade, LiveJournal was sold to a Russian firm that aspires to go global -- starting with the US, and in September Russia led total growth in European internet adoption.

The Quintura blog put together a short list of significant deals that occurred in December amongst Russian internet companies.

Russia's urban middle class has expensive taste and money to spare. Time to start thinking eastward, da?

by Angela Natividad    Dec-22-07   Click to Comment   
Topic: Online, Research, Trends and Culture   

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Wow. Since the Russian release of LiveJournal the amount of russian blogs has doubled? This makes me wonder how other sites/applications like social networking and bookmarking will explode when tailored for the Russian audience.

Posted by: sonya on December 26, 2007 9:26 PM







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