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11.12.2018 | Наталья Кулагина

Awarded the RBC Award 2018

On December 10, the award ceremony of the winners was held in Moscow RBC Awards 2018. Fifth year in a row The RBC Award remains one of the main awards for achievements in the field of business.


Goal RBC Awards − popularization of both effective business models and successful projects, and the people behind them. In 2018, the Award was presented in six categories: "Entrepreneur", "Manager", "Investor", "Startup", "Visionary", "Social Manager".raquo;.



In the nomination «Entrepreneur» won Tatiana Bakalchuk − founder and CEO of Wildberries. She received an award for "entering the leading positions of the e-commerce market in Russia and record sales growth".



In the first three quarters of 2018, the company's turnover amounted to more than 76 billion rubles. The estimated value of the business by the end of 2017 is $600 million. Since the beginning of the year, the number of goods processed in warehouses per day has increased by 130%, and the number of unique buyers in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan has increased by 70%.

Thanking colleagues for their high trust, Bakalchuk noted: "This year, for the first time in several years, we have strong growth: we closed November with a record 91% compared to last November. And an unexpected and pleasant recognition of our colleagues in the shop fell on us.



In the nomination «Manager in the social sphere» the winner was Daria Alekseeva − CEO of Charity Shop. Her main achievement is the creation of an ecosystem of work with clothes at any stage of her life.



In 2018, the Charity Shop built an infrastructure to collect unwanted clothes. So in Moscow, more than 50 containers were installed to collect things, which were used by more than 150 thousand people. A project has been launched in Kostroma to recycle used clothes into new materials.


Together with the company IKEA, an action was held to collect home textiles and bed linen in 11 cities of Russia, as a result of which more than 50 tons of textiles were collected for processing.


Source: RBC

Photo: Andrey Lyubimov, Vladislav Shatilo/RBC