Tech entrepreneur, contributor to "2BillionUnder20"
Kirill co-founded Chill- a fast way to communicate for the wearable generation in early 2014 and is one of the 75 authors of 2 Billion Under 20- a bestselling book about 75 most successful Millenials from all around the world (under 20 y.o.).<br />
Previously Kirill served as EIR (Entrepreneur in Residence) at Chinaccelerator and was a founder at Hippflow- an investor relations tool that helped optimise communication between investors and startup founders.<br />
Hippflow was the first company in Russia to develop a Google Glass app - (http://techcrunch.com/2013/07/08/investors-can-be-glassholes-too/0 and also Kirill’s first venture funded company where he raised $100k with a $1m valuation.<br />
Kirill’s first business (founded at the age of 14) was an HR company where Kirill connected undergraduates to local startup companies.