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Sergei Koloskov, PMO Leader at Alfa Bank, Russia | SVIC Testimonial

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Published on Jul 26, 2017

Navigating FinTech Disruption is a five-day executive immersion program for banking and financial services executives that connects participants with thought leaders, innovators and practitioners to experience the hands-on approach to innovation in the world’s largest startup ecosystem in Silicon Valley. For more information about our Navigating FinTech Disruption program visit: http://bit.ly/2Qy4S2A

Watch Sergei Koloskov, PMO Leader at Alfa Bank, Russia discuss his experience at Silicon Valley Innovation Center.

“Really interesting tour for me. It’s not only visiting startups, its touch to Silicon Valley culture. It is really in other regions, other technologies for approaches which use Silicon Valley, think tank Companies, specialists. I recommend to visit if you are thinking whether to visit or not.”

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