Ilya Osipov (Russian: Илья Викторович Осипов, born January 6, 1975) is a Russian computer scientist, entrepreneur and inventor.
Ilya Osipov won Russian renown as the founder and owner of one of the largest Russian Web sites, NN.ru, which he sold 14 years later to Hearst Shkulev Media/InterMediaGroup. In 2006-2008, he was the director of the Moskva.com portal, and in 2009-2011, the owner and general director of the Birzha Plus Publishing House.
Osipov was the co-founder of the I2Istudy.com and Numbuster, startup projects, FedSP.com, etc. The range of Mr. Osipov's professional interests includes web-based and mobile applications, virality, and gamification. He took part in various projects as a investor, mentor, and manager. The projects that he has developed or participated in are the city portals of Nizhny Novgorod NN.RU and NNOV.ru, entertainment site NNOVER.ru, web portal Moskva.com (currently closed), mobile application Numbuster, language-learning platform I2IStudy.com, etc. He also took part in the development of the city portals ruKazan.ru, tumix.ru, www.dzerzhinsk.ru, etc. and co-founded the co-buying platform "Sovmestnaya Pokupka (Joint Purchase) in Nizhny Novgorod".
Included in the advisory council in the "Professional Association of Mobile Application Developers", a member of the organization "AmBAR", a contributor to Forbes.
Solving a Rubik's cube in 19.18 seconds
Ilya V Osipov was born in Nizhniy Novgorod.
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