Alexander Konovalov (born May 4, 1978, in Gornyak, Donetsk region, Ukraine) is an innovator, businessman, founder of many business projects. He is a CEO of TIW - Technologies Improving the World AG. TIW's core business strategy is to create innovations in areas such as communication, security, Internet of things and medicine.
By first education, Alexander Konovalov is a civil engineer, a graduate of the Donbas National Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture. In 2002, he graduated from Sumy State University in Economics, and in 2008 - the International Institute of Management, specializing in Executive Master of Business Administration.
The author and head of the project DROTR - Droid Translator - an application that can automatically translate voice and video calls, and also works as a messenger with translation. Currently, it is possible to translate chats in 104 languages and calls in 88. In 2013, Forbes defined the product as a competitor of Skype and Viber. Droid Translator won first prize at the nationwide "Innovative Breakthrough 2013" Competition. At the world level, the application was first presented at Paris LeWeb in 2013, where it entered the "Technologies of the future decade" semifinals.
Alexander Konovalov is focused on the development of the IT industry in Ukraine, support for innovative ideas and creative youth.
He is a specialist in:
- Innovation business
- Information technologies
- Communication technologies
- Translation technologies
- Security systems
- Accounting automation (economics, finance)
- Social services and media.
Alexander is the author of the idea and the founder of the children's humor magazine "Like that!" (transl. from Russian) - a social initiative to bring children to the world of cinema (www.vottak.tv). The presentation of the film magazine 1st season films took place in March 2014.