Alexei Belyukov’s reputation as a philanthropist is widely known in Russia and around the world. He is a graduate of an MBA degree from the INSEAD business school. He established the Russian Alumni Scholarship to help out students of their appreciated alma mater and $150,000 has already been pledged. The goal of the Russian Alumni Scholarship is to help other Russian students by helping them financially while attending INSEAD. Alexei Beltyukov personally uses the social media online such as Twitter to spread the seeds of his philanthropic way of life. He does acknowledge that his studies at INSEAD were fundamental to his many achievements. He is very passionate about valuing and broadening the horizons by enhancing better education for all through his entrepreneurship.
In 2015, Beltyukov was appointed as CEO to SOLVY, the online math tutor for solving real-world problems. While still in its early phase, SOLVY is bound to become the learning program of choice for students with not-so-good math solving abilities. SOLVY embraces the progressive thinking on growth mindset, encouraging the students to make mistakes and learn from them. It allows teachers to administer and create learning exercises that are customized in an efficient and effective manner. Beltyukov believes in continued education, and this has become more relevant as the number of EdTech experts and educators increases and more interest is reflected on SOLVY.
Initially, his official website shows he pursued a career in medicine in 1991 after the collapse of the Communist regime which was formerly known as the Soviet Union but he decided to switch and pursue business which has worked out well for him. Being an entrepreneur, he started several international companies, among them, are they are Mechanicus, a car repair business, New Gas Technologies and Endemic Capital. He founded A-Ventures Ltd., a Russian-based company designated to help other companies within the country if they need financial help. About.me has more on Alexei’s career, and accomplishments that continue to grow.