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Who is Konstantin Sidorov?

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London Technology Club founder Konstantin Sidorov brings his community for investment opportunities in the technology sector to Dubai

Konstantin Sidorov is an international entrepreneur and investor with over 25 years’ experience in building, developing and restructuring businesses within the tech sector. 

He has successfully built and sold several IT businesses. In 2016 he sold the Eastern European division of RRC Group to a leading US-listed distributor Ingram Micro. In 2020, he sold his data centre business, DataLine.  

Sidorov is also a member of the board of directors of Channel Mechanics – a leading software as a service (SaaS) platform for channel program execution based in Ireland.  

In recent years, he switched his focus to investing in technology companies, and was an early investor in Lyft and Spotify.

Sidorov graduated from St Petersburg Engineering University and holds an Executive MBA from TRIUM (joint MBA from New York University, London School of Economics and HEC Paris).

An avid traveller and mountaineer, he has conquered a number of peaks, including Aconcagua and Matterhorn, and is a member of the board of the London-based Scientific Exploration Society. 

He has been living in London with his wife and three children for over 10 years.

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