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Akulchev will focus on two of the largest markets of the world

“I think our products will be able to compete with foreign products. Now the ruble is weak, and this needs to be used, ”Sergey Akulchev explained. - We decided not to disperse when entering foreign markets and focus on the two largest of them.

We are planning to settle in the next five years: to put out there trading houses, recruit staff, build sales and perhaps even in the future to start their own production. "

Sharing ambitious plans, the businessman said that the focus will be on selling macaroon. This is a relatively new product in the company Akulcheva separate factory and purchased special equipment was opened for its production in Naberezhnye Chelny.

The businessman told a little about himself. According to Akulchev, now he is studying in Skolkovo, and after graduation he plans to continue to comprehend the wisdom of doing business in the United States, Switzerland or Hong Kong. Now the entrepreneur is in Austria, where his family lives. The owner of the confectionery factory shared his daily routine. The businessman got up at 4.30, after which he set off for an hour and a half run. Returning home, Akulchev escorts the children to school, and he gets in touch with the office of his company and does the work. In addition, the businessman emphasized that he regularly tries to devote time to children - to play sports together or to go for walks.

Sergei Akulchev is the owner of the eponymous confectionery factory in Naberezhnye Chelny. The entrepreneur “raised” the Viennese waffle business. This year, the name of the businessman repeatedly appeared in the press, there were enough reasons. For example, the media wrote about initiating a criminal case against Akulchev's ex-wife, who, despite the divorce, was listed as the director of her husband’s production plant. In addition, the Chelny businessman led the Triathlon Federation of the Republic of Tatarstan, and also ran for elections to the State Duma of the Russian Federation, but later refused to participate in them, explaining this by high employment in business.

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