CEO of E-Contenta Zoya Andreeva entered the list of 100 Russian-speaking female leaders of tech companies

On September 25, 2020, a venture firm LETA Capital presented the list of “100 Russian-speaking Female Tech Founders (2020 edition)”. Zoya Andreeva, CEO and co-founder of E-Contenta, entered the list as a business leader in the field of marketing, media and advertising.

Zoya graduated from the Faculty of Public Relations, Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University. Prior to founding E-Contenta in 2016, Zoya worked as a manager in PR, marketing and business development for Castorama, Mazda, Veeam Software and others. Zoya's professional interests include media, storytelling and innovation, so moving to the startup universe and launching the E-Contenta platform was a natural step in her career. Since E-Contenta's office opened its doors in Poland, she has lived between Warsaw and St. Petersburg, getting the most out of these two wonderful cities.

Along with Zoya and her E-Contenta, the list includes representatives of such companies as, Brainlab, Jambl, Onliner and others. Congratulations to our colleagues!

For more details on the lists, follow the link.

LETA Capital is a venture fund founded by entrepreneurs of the LETA Group, which is a group of successful IT-companies. LETA invests in business software developers, focusing on the most promising markets. The fund prioritizes projects in the field of business intelligence, Big Data analysis based on machine learning and artificial intelligence, aimed at optimization or replacement or or robotization of traditional business processes. It specializes in investing in international IT startups at the post-seed and early development stages.