In recent years, Russia has achieved a breakthrough in the development of sporting infrastructure. State investment programmes made this growth in the fitness and sports industry possible, but the transition from state funding to a publicprivate partnership model is the new objective and challenge facing the sporting industry, and opening up enormous potential for its development. Current issues include the efficient use of facilities and improving the investment appeal of sporting infrastructure, particularly in the regions. What examples exist of successful implementation of publicprivate partnership to build and operate sporting facilities? How possible would it be to replicate these projects? Is there a difference between private and state-owned sporting facilities in terms of efficiency of use? How can the concept of sports centres be expanded during the design phase, and how can they be made more appealing to the population? How can sporting facilities fill their schedules with commercial content designed to ensure their long-term, efficient operation?
McKinsey provides an annual review of the private property market showing scaling in 2017. The way owners respond to the opportunities that arise will be critical to their success.
: The analytical review of InfraONE entitled Investments into the Infrastructure 2018 prepared by the Russian Investment Forum (Sochi 2018) analyses the current state of the market, its key trends and presents the development forecast for 2018-2019.