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Arkady Meshkovsky is a person who came up with and implemented the idea of using unnecessary things. For the first time, he thought about taking and renting things while studying at a business school.
Who needs “unnecessary” things?
The project was called RENTMANIA, its own savings were spent on the creation and organization of the functioning of the existing Internet site. But the startup was successful and attracted investments from the Internet Initiatives Development Fund.
We learn from Arkady how he assesses the prospects for business development, and how does Continue reading
Inga Khrushcheva can tell everyone who wants to, not only how interesting and budgetary it is to travel to different countries, but also how to make money on her hobby.
A third of the globe
Inga has a long and interesting life, in which she did not immediately come to the current occupation. First, she graduated from Belarusian State University, received a diploma in journalism, and worked for 20 years on television.
During this time, Inga managed to work as a correspondent, and a leader in entertainment and analytical programs, and as a producer of the project, and as the head of the department. But 20 years later, a new passion appeared in Inga’s life – traveling, so in 2012 the work of a journalist was abandoned, and Inga began to engage in “travels”. Continue reading
Yulia Lukoyanova, a graduate of MGIMO, a very charming and pleasant girl, opened her own concierge service in Moscow, which fulfills the desires of wealthy residents of the capital, and also helps foreigners quickly establish life in another country.
We fulfill other people’s whims. Expensive.
Julia learned about the concierge service while studying at the university. Then the idea of working in such a company so captivated the young lady that she began to combine the work of a night concierge and studying at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations. For a long period, Julia mastered the basics of the profession, met the right people, learned the intricacies of working with VIPs. Continue reading