Date: 5 months ago   Category: IT & Media

The board of directors of Forbes was headed by Dmitry Grishin — Rambler News Service


Photo: Grigory of Sysoyev/RIA Novosti Dmitry Grishin has headed the board of directors of Forbes, the press service of the magazine has reported. "Dmitry Grishin became the chairman of the board of directors of Forbes Russia" — it is noted in the message of the press service. In total council had included 11 people, among them there are 5 independent directors, in particular, Elizabeth Osetinskaya, Elmar Murtazayev and Dmitry Navosha. "The interests of edition in council are represented by the editorial director of Forbes Russia Nikolay Uskov, the editor-in-chief Nikolay Mazurin and the journalist Elena Berezanskaya. The interests of the shareholder in council are represented the chairman of the board of Forbes Russia Armanzhan Baytasov" — it is noted in the message. Development and acceptance of new strategy of the magazine and assistance of her realization will become the main objective of the board of directors, specify in the press service. Within a year four meetings of council have to take place, the first will pass in December. "It is important for me that council into which such strong and versatile experts have entered has been open for management, I acted as the additional professional resource helping business" — Grishin has commented on the appointment. Declared plans of creation of council of Forbes at the end of August when the magazine has been redeemed by the businessman Magomed Musayev. Dmitry Grishin is chairman of the board of directors and the co-founder of Mail.Ru Group. I have graduated from MSTU of Bauman. From 1998 to 2001 I worked in the American IT company, in 2000 I have come to netBridge Services to a position of the head of department of development of the Molotok.ru project, it is reported on the website of the company. I became one of founders of Mail.Ru Group in 2005.

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