Question. Tatyana, could you please tell us about yourself and your professional experience.
Answer: I was born in a small northern town Salekhard, the only city in the world located at the 66th parallel (exactly on the Arctic Circle!). Until the age of 17 I lived there - in the land of permafrost, stunningly beautiful nature and fascinating northern lights!
Studying was easy for me, and after leaving school I entered the Law Academy in Yekaterinburg without exams as a medalist, where, in 2003, thanks to the assistant professor of the Department of business law S.I. Vinichenko began to research the topic of factoring. This direction subsequently had a strong impact on my life - the topic was relevant and new, and so drawn into that the next decade of my life was closely connected with it - both professionally and personally (because I met my husband at work :)
And for 15 years I have been working in various areas of business - factoring experience has gradually become history, the practice has been supplemented by various legal issues of the everyday business life of my clients - contracts, claims and courts, interaction with supervisory authorities, the last 2 years - foreign economic contracts and exciting IT- right.
Some time ago, I started a collaboration with a gazelle company operating at the intersection of education and the event industry in more than 250 cities around the world. Now I am engaged in the creation of the legal architecture of international business and the construction of legal protection systems for the property and interests of the MOZGO group of companies (the creators of the game Mozgoboynya).
Question. What are your thoughts and feelings about crowdsourcing, OmniGrade and its clients?
Answer. OmniGrade crowdsourcing project is very close to me in spirit, participation in it gives me the opportunity to make the world a better place. To be honest, I can’t come up with a simpler and more effective way to reach out to the business that I care about!
I also like to solve real trouble-shooting cases along with the smartest people we would hardly ever meet with in ordinary life.
Every new business that starts updating in the format of omnisourcing becomes close and important to me, I begin to feel confidence in it and constantly think about how to make it better and more profitable...
Question. What did participation in the project as an expert give you? What emotions did it cause, what conclusions did it lead to?
Answer. Expert work at OmniGrade has long been a part of me. I like when my decision is implemented by the company and makes people's lives a little better!