Chief International Business Development Officer
Vladimir graduated from Kuzbass State Technical University in 2001 with a Diploma in Accounting and Audit.
He started his career in 1999 by joining an IT team of Siberian Cement Holding Company and 10 years later being promoted to the position of CIO (holder of Microsoft certificates).
In 2009, Vladimir left Kemerovo for Saint Petersburg to join Yota's Corporate Sales Department.
Fitting out Sapsan express trains to have Internet access onboard for Russian Railways
Developing enterprise equipment for specialized agencies
Managing projects for bank equipment vendors
Vladimir left Yota for Dengi Online startup where he was responsible for boosting sales.
As part of his work, Vladimir established a sales function, including Cold Call and Key Account business units, built a strong team and deployed an incentive scheme, which is now used in all of the company's branches worldwide.
The investors highly appreciated Vladimir's achievements and thus offered him a position to develop an e-payment system in Asia.
Today, the company has an office in Bangkok, with 100 people on staff, and ranks 4th in terms of transaction volume in Thailand.
Vladimir has completed projects in Laos, Vietnam, Burma, Hong Kong, Indonesia, and Malaysia.In addition, he launched an e-wallet and an aggregator for web stores. In January 2015, Vladimir left the company's management, remaining on the Board of Directors.