While studying at the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO in 2016, I learned that the Russian stock market was worth $600 billion, while Google was worth $800 billion. Upon hearing this, I realized that my growth ceiling was limited and decided to go to Silicon Valley to surround myself with American investors, engineers, talented employees, and entrepreneurs. This new environment allowed me to understand how I could scale my business.
Today, my company has indeed become an international organization. Last week, we welcomed the first group of 55 English-speaking students from the Vienna University of Economics and Business MBA program. Among them were citizens of several countries, including Austria, Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Great Britain, Germany, Peru, and Spain.