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Max Polyakov

Max Polyakov

Max Polyakov is an international entrepreneur in the information and space technology sector. He is the founder and CEO of Earth Observation System (EOS).

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Max Polyakov is an international entrepreneur in the information and space technology sector. He is a managing partner in the Noosphere Ventures investment fund and founder of several international companies, including Firefly Aerospace, EOS DA, Space Electric Thruster Systems (SETS), Renatus, and MaxMiser.

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  • EasyDate (later Cupid Plc).
  • Murka, a social casino games company.
  • Renatus Media, a Menlo Park-based mobile game developer.
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At the peak of popularity, Polyakov's dating asset Cupid plc. was estimated at $204.9 million. In 2012, the company's revenue from dating amounted to $125.4 million, and the capitalization reached $204.9 million. In 2013, when Max Polyakov had already left Cupid, journalists from BBC RadioBBC Radio and Kyiv Post suspected the company of creating fake accounts on its dating sites.

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In 2012, Max Polyakov founded Renatus, a mobile gaming company that produces software for the Apple Store, Google Play, Amazon, and Facebook. The same year, Polyakov moved to the United States, Silicon Valley, Menlo Park, CaliforniaMenlo Park, California. There he became a co-founder of the venture capital fund Noosphere Venture Partners.

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Since 2006, Mr. Polyakov has been working on local IT projects in Ukraine, including aggregator sites price.ua, avtopoisk.ru, trud.com, naydidom.com, sravni.com. The offices were located in Dnipro, KharkivKharkiv, Zaporizhzhya, and Kyiv.

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 2009 — "Entrepreneur of the Year" in Scotland according to Ernst & YoungErnst & Young.

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In 2018, Cambridge University PressCambridge University Press published a book about entrepreneurs, including Max Polyakov, who influenced the formation of the US economy: Hammer and Silicon: The Soviet Diaspora in the US Innovation Economy — Immigration, Innovation, Institutions, Imprinting, and Identity Paperback.

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In 2012, Max Polyakov founded Renatus, a mobile gaming company that produces software for the Apple Store, Google Play, AmazonAmazon, and Facebook. The same year, Polyakov moved to the United States, Silicon Valley, Menlo Park, California. There he became a co-founder of the venture capital fund Noosphere Venture Partners.

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In 2010, the service Cupid plc under Polyakov's management went public (Initial Public Offering) of the London Stock Exchange. One year later, the company is recognized as the most rapidly growing tech project according to DeloitteDeloitte.

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In 2012, Max Polyakov founded Renatus, a mobile gaming company that produces software for the Apple Store, Google Play, Amazon, and FacebookFacebook. The same year, Polyakov moved to the United States, Silicon Valley, Menlo Park, California. There he became a co-founder of the venture capital fund Noosphere Venture Partners.

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In 2005, Max Polyakov’s biography took a different turn. He partnered up with a British investor Bill Dobby and created the IDE Group, headquartered in EdinburghEdinburgh. This business group had several projects, including Cupid plc, Murka, HitDynamics, Maxymiser and other.

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At the peak of popularity, Polyakov's dating asset Cupid plc. was estimated at $204.9 million. In 2012, the company's revenue from dating amounted to $125.4 million, and the capitalization reached $204.9 million. In 2013, when Max Polyakov had already left Cupid, journalists from BBC Radio and Kyiv PostKyiv Post suspected the company of creating fake accounts on its dating sites.

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