Mass rearrangements in Russian IT

    August turned out to be rich in personnel shifts in the largest Russian IT companies and media resources - many veterans left their homes, apparently deciding to move to new horizons, as well as recently appointed top managers of several companies announced their resignation.

    Megamind collected all significant changes in the staff of the companies over the past month and presents it to readers in an abbreviated form.

    Stanislav the Wise left the position of editor-in-chief of the online media “Yod”, launched by Yopolis in July 2014.

    Maria Lapuk (who shared their work habits under the rubric of "How do professionals" ) left the post of head of the press service of the Fund FRII.

    Ksenia Lukicheva, who worked as the editor-in-chief of the entertainment portal AdMe.ru for over 8 years, also announced her departure and the search for a new job.

    Maria Solenaya, who was appointed PR Director of Mail.ru Group a little more than six months ago, left her post as agreed by the parties.

    Oleg Tsarev, a leading developer of myTarget (an advertising platform of Mail.ru Group that combines advertising on all sites belonging to the holding), completes work in the company and moves to an unnamed Russian company with an office in Amsterdam. Roem.ru reports that in July 2015 at least 5 people quit myTarget.

    Also in early August, another director - this time for the sale of mobile advertising in Mail.ru Group Nikita Fominov, leftto a similar position of Head of Mobile in Dentsu Aegis Network Russia.

    Well, as a cherry on the cake - Sergey Arkhipov, one of the founders of RMG (Russian Media Group), who was appointed CEO of the holding a week ago, announced his retirement with the words: “I'm sorry for unfulfilled dreams. I'm leaving the RMG. I think everyone understands the reasons. ”

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