Russian entrepreneur and philanthropist Alexei Beltyukov is committed to helping as many people as possible to succeed. As a child he dreamed about being a doctor so he could help as many Russians as possible get the medical care they need. However, after completing medical school, he developed an interest in business.
So he enrolled in INSEAD business school and earned his MBA in 1997. After graduating he went on to found a wide range of very successful companies. Instead of keeping the money for himself, he created a scholarship to INSEAD for Russian students with the qualifications to enter but without to money to afford the tuition.
Adweek reported that Alexei Beltyukov also created a group of companies designed to produce funding, guidance and opportunities for budding Russian entrepreneurs. Those companies include the Russia based angel network Endemic Capital, as well as New Gas Technologies, Mechanicus and A-Ventures.
These companies assist entrepreneurs interested in starting technology and many other types of companies to get the resources they need. He also works with the Russian government to provide lucrative opportunities for Russians in a wide variety of areas. Alexei Beltyukov’s work bodes well for the future of the Russian economy.
Understanding high school students often need help with mathematics, Alexei Beltyukov has become involved in a new project. He’s the COO of Solvy, a new math learning service available online. The service enables students to practice their math skills at home and get help from their teachers. Learn more about more Alexei Beltyukov: http://www.eurohockey.com/player/67688-alexei-beltyukov.html
The teachers can see the areas where the students displays mastery and the areas where they need help. The software offers students word problems, equations, graphs and tables online with the option to get instant feedback once they have completed the math drills.
The serial entrepreneur understands the importance of getting a quality education. And he is investing his time and resources to ensure students worldwide have the help they need to succeed.
An Interactive Educational Services board member, Alexei Beltyukov understands what the software should do for students and educators. The program offers a customized approach to math education to help students to get the best results possible.