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August 20th, 2008

Rosnanotekh Gets Branding Makeover

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The Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies unveils a new brand image today. The Swedish agency Differ has replaced its double-headed eagle logo, traditional for Russian state companies, with a multicolored sphere and chopped off the last syllable of its name, making it Rosnano. At the corporation, they hope they will finally not be mistaken for Sergey Chemezov's Rostekhnologia (established from Rosoboronexport) any more. The new styling was approved by the corporation's supervisory board last week. Denis Kusenkov, head of the corporate communication department at Rosnano, said that the company would position itself as a major global brand for innovative technology.

The Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies was founded by law No. 139-F3 on July 19, 2007, to implement state nanotechnology policy, with co-investors of significant economic and social potential. At the end of last year, the Russian government transferred 132 billion rubles to the corporation. It is the second state corporation to undergo an image makeover, following Olympic facility builder Olimpstroi at the beginning of the summer. Vneshekonombank is planning to follow suit this autumn. The bank was reorganized as the Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs last year.

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