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    A startup starts from the homeland // Employees working in Russia are preferred in new projects

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    Russian startups in the first half of the year began to hire new employees more often, while the number of startups hiring relocators decreased from 52% to 36%, and in the IT sector even to 13%. Russian startups trying to expand have to work with a sharp decline in venture capital investment. At the same time, project owners and managers are interested in increased control over employees and compliance with information security measures, hence the decrease in demand for specialists working from abroad, market participants say.

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