Ozon is a leading market player and one of the most valuable Russian internet companies, according to Forbes. We provide our customers with the widest selection of goods and door delivery across Russia's 11 time zones.
We connect our merchants with millions of loyal customers and give them sophisticated tools to grow their business. Our marketplace growth is fueled by cutting-edge technology and an integrated logistics and fulfilment network.
Leading e-commerce platform in Russia

About Ozon

Ozon is Russia's leading multi-category e-commerce platform. Ozon's Gross Merchandise Value (GMV) expanded 123% in 9M 2021. The Group also includes the country's leading online travel agency Ozon.Travel, which isn't reflected in the GMV, and holds a stake in Litres, Russia's largest digital books platform.
46 000 000
SKUs across 20 product categories

196%
Customer orders in in 9M 2021

60 000
Active merchants on Ozon Marketplace as of 30 September,
x3,6 YoY
>770,000
Sqm of warehouse space across Russia
About Ozon
Ozon is Russia's leading multi-category e-commerce platform. Ozon's Gross Merchandise Value (GMV) expanded 123% in 9M 2021. The Group also includes the country's leading online travel agency Ozon.Travel, which isn't reflected in the GMV, and holds a stake in Litres, Russia's largest digital books platform.
46 000 000
SKUs across 20 product categories

196%
Customer orders per year in in 9M 2021
60 000
Active merchants on Ozon Marketplace as of 30 September, x3,6 YoY

>770,000
Sqm of warehouse space across Russia
Key facts
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No. 1 multi-category player in Russian e-commerce (according to Data Insight)
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No. 1 brand recognition in e-commerce in Russia (according to BBDO BrandScience Ozon BHT)
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Top-5 most valuable Russian internet company (according to Forbes)
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Ozon posted GMV growth of 144% in 2020.

Key facts

1
No. 1 multi-category player in Russian e-commerce (according to Data Insight)
2
No. 1 brand recognition in e-commerce in Russia (according to BBDO BrandScience Ozon BHT)
3
Top-5 most valuable Russian internet company (according to Forbes)
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Ozon posted GMV growth of 144% in 2020.

Our
mission

We aim to leverage technology, logistics and innovation in order to stay one step ahead of our customers' needs. By connecting people and products from multinational suppliers and small local businesses alike, we work to improve lives and create opportunities for all people in Russia regardless of their location, ranging from the most remote settlement to the capital.
Our mission
We aim to leverage technology, logistics and innovation in order to stay one step ahead of our customers' needs. By connecting people and products from multinational suppliers and small local businesses alike, we work to improve lives and create opportunities for all people in Russia regardless of their location, ranging from the most remote settlement to the capital.

Empowerment

We help small and medium-sized businesses by giving them a platform to develop and grow. We help our customers find unique product offerings from sellers of all sizes on a one-of-a-kind marketplace. We strengthen connections between customers and local businesses, which stimulates the Russian economy and opens doors for entrepreneurs.


Innovation
We anticipate our customers' needs and expectations and work tirelessly to exceed them. We are constantly looking ahead and testing services well before they become popular. This is made possible by our deep pool of top-notch talent and our embrace of the latest technology, which enables us to bring innovation to life in the most effective way possible across the largest country on earth.


Community
We aim to bring the convenience and choice that define online retail to every corner of Russia, to enable all people, even those in the most remote parts of the country, to improve their daily lives and enjoy access to modern conveniences.


Values
Empowerment

We help small and medium-sized businesses by giving them a platform to develop and grow. We help our customers find unique product offerings from sellers of all sizes on a one-of-a-kind marketplace. We strengthen connections between customers and local businesses, which stimulates the Russian economy and opens doors for entrepreneurs.


Innovation

We anticipate our customers' needs and expectations and work tirelessly to exceed them. We are constantly looking ahead and testing services well before they become popular. This is made possible by our deep pool of top-notch talent and our embrace of the latest technology, which enables us to bring innovation to life in the most effective way possible across the largest country on earth.


Community

We aim to bring the convenience and choice that define online retail to every corner of Russia, to enable all people, even those in the most remote parts of the country, to improve their daily lives and enjoy access to modern conveniences.
Meet our team
Alexander Shulgin
Сhief Executive Officer
Igor Gerasimov
Chief Financial Officer
Daniil Fedorov
Chief Operating Officer
Anton Stepanenko
Chief Technology Officer
Oleg Dorozhok
Chief Marketing Officer
Artem Afanasiev
General Counsel
Sergey Belyakov
Managing Director
Irina Kaburova
Director of Human Resources
Dmitry Mannanikov
Corporate Security Director
Maria Zaikina
Director of Public & Industry Relations
Key Group Verticals
Stanislav Kondratyev
CEO of Ozon Rocket, Ozon`s logistics service
Alexander Gehl
CEO of Ozon Fulfillment Services
Vahe Ovasapyan
СEO of Ozon Financial Services
Sergey Pankov
СЕО of Ozon Retail
Elena Shulgina
СEO of Ozon Express
Mikhail Osin
Ozon Travel CEO

History

2021
2020
2019
2018 - 2017
2016 - 2011
2007 - 2005
2002 - 1998
New reward system
for marketplace sellers

From February 2020, the Company introduced a new reward system for marketplace sellers. The average commission per sale was cut by more than half, amounting to 5-8% of the cost per good for most product categories. The logistics fee structure was also made more transparent.
Expanding our offering
to sellers
In March Ozon expanded its offering for marketplace sellers with a new Extended Fulfillment by Seller option, which enables sellers to oversee deliveries to customers independently while using the marketplace as a digital storefront.
Launch of a service marketplace

In March Ozon launched a services marketplace, bringing offerings from trusted third-party service providers to its customers. Ozon Services works the same way as a regular marketplace: the service provider registers as a seller, creates product cards with detailed information about the service, and starts operating on the site based on the sales commission model.


Fintech services for marketplace sellers
In April, Ozon launched a new fintech service — daily payments for goods sold — to support and scale entrepreneurs' businesses. The service helps sellers to quickly receive money and channel it towards stocking their inventory and expanding their assortment.
Continued support for entrepreneurs
To celebrate its 23rd anniversary, Ozon launched a contest for entrepreneurs called Business Birthday with a total award fund of RUB 3 million. Selected sellers can use the funds to promote their business on the Ozon marketplace.
Logistics expansion in Siberia
In April 2021, Ozon opened its largest logistics center in the Siberian Federal District with a capacity to store 4 million items and process more than 85,000 parcels per day. The logistics center enables Siberian sellers to onboard more quickly to the Ozon marketplace and scale their sales across the country.
International expansion
In 2021, Ozon began a robust expansion into Belarus and Kazakhstan, where the Company intends to develop its own logistics infrastructure and trading platform for local entrepreneurs and small businesses. To improve the convenience of delivery in both countries, Ozon began collaborating with the national postal operators Belpochta and Kazpost to deliver parcels.
Integration of Ozon Travel into the Ozon marketplace
In June, Ozon Travel became part of the Ozon marketplace. This step will make the purchase process even more convenient: customers will now be able to purchase plane and train tickets, make hotel reservations and access other travel services directly on the marketplace website as well as in the Ozon mobile application. Integration with "big" Ozon will allow the travel service to become the first OTA in the Russian market to abandon the traditional markup on air tickets.
Development in the Far East
In June, Ozon Travel became part of the Ozon marketplace. This step will make the purchase process even more convenient: customers will now be able to purchase plane and train tickets, make hotel reservations and access other travel services directly on the marketplace website as well as in the Ozon mobile application. Integration with "big" Ozon will allow the travel service to become the first OTA in the Russian market to abandon the traditional markup on air tickets.
Regional expansion of Ozon Express
With its expansion to St Petersburg, the Ozon Express fast delivery service has moved beyond the Moscow region for the first time. Customers will be able to receive goods within an hour of placing an order or during the time slot they choose. The range of services is determined by, among other things, local suppliers.
Launch of Ozon Care charity programe
In September, Ozon launched its own charity programme called Ozon Care, which brings together users of the Ozon marketplace to help Russian non-profits. Marketplace sellers can make donations from the sale of their goods to charities participating in the programme, while charities can raise funds through the sale of gift cards and branded goods on the marketplace. Any customer on the Ozon marketplace can buy a gift certificate or product from a participating charity, and thus combine shopping with doing good.
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Ozon has been ensuring that millions of Russians have everything they need while self-isolating during the pandemic and has posted record growth rates this year.
Delivery transformation
At the beginning of the year, Ozon launched its logistics management platform and signed on a significant number of new delivery partners in order to manage its resources most effectively during times of peak demand.
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Marketplace development
Ozon's marketplace model continues to attract new sellers at an accelerating pace. Number of merchant registrations on Ozon marketplace has doubled in March compared with the same period of 2019. In the spring of 2020, several large brands including Decathlon, Stockmann, Tom Tailor, Bosch and Nespresso, to its marketplace.
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Record growth
In Q2 2020, Ozon's GMV rose 188% year-over-year, marking the Company's fastest pace of growth in 15 years. Turnover for 9M 2020 exceeded turnover during all of 2019 by 50%.
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Major financing round
Ozon secured $50 million from U.S. venture capital fund Princeville Capital as part of a $150 million round of financing, in one of the largest tech investment deals involving Western backers in Russia since 2013.
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Logistics expansion
In October 2020, Ozon opened a new, 38,000 sqm fulfilment center in Rostov-on-Don with capacity to process up to 80,000 parcels per day. This is the Company's largest logistics hub in the south of Russia, providing next-day delivery to approximately 2,000 cities and towns in the region.
New services development
The Ozon Express delivery service brought one-hour delivery to all of Moscow and parts of the Moscow region. Meanwhile, the assortment of goods eligible for express delivery expanded to 22,000 SKUs from the 6,000 SKUs available at the time of the project's launch in October 2019. As a result of this expansion, the number of Ozon Express orders increased more than eightfold year-on-year in December 2020.

Ozon.Travel launched a business trip scheduling service for medium and large businesses. The company's fintech division continued to develop financial services for customers and merchants, including B2B lending and the Ozon.Card virtual cashback debit card.


IPO
In November 2020, Ozon carried out an initial public offering simultaneously on two exchanges - NASDAQ and Moscow Exchange (MOEX), raising $1.2 billion. The company was valued at $7 billion, and two months later Ozon's market capitalization exceeded $10 billion. Bloomberg called Ozon's IPO the "best market debut for a Russian company since 2011."

In 2019, Ozon expanded its assortment to more than 3.5 mln SKUs in more than 24 product categories and launched express delivery in under an hour.
Innovative services
for the Russian market

In 2019, Ozon launched several new services that were innovations in Russian e-commerce. The company introduced Ozon.Premium, the first e-commerce subscription service on the market, and launched Russia's first contactless delivery service across more than 40 major cities.
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The first fintech ecosystem
in Russian e-commerce
Ozon started developing a financial services ecosystem with the launch of Ozon.Invest, a P2B platform lending to the company's sellers (suppliers). It also launched Ozon.Card, a bank card with a cash back offer, featuring its own installment payment service for customers and Ozon.Pay technology.
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New branding for universal recognition
In April 2019, the company went through a rebranding process, making its online and offline image more dynamic and visible. The seamless continuity between Ozon's logo, packaging, and delivery materials ensure that customers immediately recognize the company – any time, anywhere.
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A world-class IT Lab
for in-house solutions

Ozon's in-house IT laboratory expanded to 800 people. Our team of professionals develop, test and implement the latest technological innovations in order to create the best experience in Russian e-commerce.
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Logistics infrastructure serving Russia's 11 time zones
Ozon doubled its fulfillment infrastructure in 2019 by opening a logistics hub of more than 100,000 sqm in the Moscow region, and began construction of a 38,000 sqm fulfilment hub that is scheduled to open near the city of Kazan in 2020.

The company became the biggest parcel locker network in the country with 6,900 Ozon.Box lockers and plans a further expansion of more than 100% in 2020.
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Driven by a thriving marketplace
By the end of May 2019, Ozon attracted more than 6,500 active and 20,000 registered sellers to its marketplace, offering more than 1.5 mln SKUs to Ozon customers. Every 2nd order on Ozon contained an item from a marketplace seller.
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A model that attracts investor confidence
In 2019 Ozon received a convertible loan of USD 150 million from its key shareholders to invest it in its logistics infrastructure and IT-platforms development.
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Record growth that outpaces the market
Ozon grew its GMV by 93%, setting a 15-year growth record for the company and exceeding the growth rate of Russia's e-commerce market by a factor of 4.
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2018
Ozon attracts $92 mln investment and expands IT team, pilots marketplace
Ozon raised $92 million from existing shareholders led by Baring Vostok and MTS to support the development of its logistics infrastructure, assortment expansion and new projects. In H1 2018, Ozon expanded its IT team by over 300 people. Moving from the 'classic' e-commerce 1P sales model to the mixed one, Ozon launched the beta version of its marketplace (3P sales model) in September 2018 and attracted more than 1,500 active sellers by the end of the year. In 2018 Ozon increased its GMV by 73% — approximately 4 times the growth rate of Russia's e-commerce market overall.

2017
Ozon announces new CEO to start transformation, expands logistics and delivery network
Ozon expanded its fulfilment centre in the Tver region by 14k sqm to 40k sqm and launched a 5k sqm fulfilment centre in Krasnodar as well as its own Ozon Box automated parcel lockers. In December 2017, Ozon announced the appointment of Alexander Shulgin as its new CEO, who joined the company from Yandex.
2016
Ozon expands its fulfilment infrastructure
Ozon expanded its logistics infrastructure with the opening of a 6.8k sqm fulfilment centre in Ekaterinburg and a 3.5k sqm fulfilment centre in Kazan.

2014
Sistema and MTS become shareholders, Ozon acquires share in Litres
PJSFC Sistema and MTS invested $150 million in Ozon, acquiring a 20% stake. That year, Ozon bought a minority stake in Litres, the leader in Russia's fast-growing e-book market.

2011
Ozon attracts largest private investment in Russian e-commerce
Ozon raised $100 million in a round led by ru-Net, with Rakuten, Alpha Associates and Index Ventures participating. This was the largest private investment in the Russian e-commerce market to date.
2007
Ozon receives $18 mln venture capital investment
Ozon received an $18 million investment from Holtzbrinck Ventures, Index Ventures and Baring Vostok.

2006
Launch of fast delivery options
Ozon launched same-day and next-day delivery in Moscow, which contributed to sales growth of 77%.

2005
First logistics centre in Russian e-retail
Ozon opened a logistics centre in Tver, becoming Russia's first online store with its own modern logistics centre.
2002
Ru-Net becomes shareholder
Ru-Net purchased Reksoft's stake in Ozon.





2002-2001
Ozon expands beyond books
Ozon expanded its assortment with software products, toys and electronics, launching delivery to 400 cities in Russia and diversifying from a bookseller to a major e-commerce player.




2000
Baring Vostok becomes controlling shareholder
Baring Vostok invested $3 million in Ozon, becoming a controlling shareholder in the company.

1998
Ozon launches e-commerce
in Russia
Ozon is launched as an online bookseller by the Russian software house Reksoft, becoming a pioneer of e-commerce in Russia. Support from well-known and respected shareholders from the very beginning has helped Ozon transform into a market leader it is today. Ru-Net Holdings purchased a controlling stake in Ozon.
Awards
Big Turnover Award
Grand Prix (2021)
Russia PE&VC Awards
Private Equity Market Deal of the Year - Ozon IPO (2021)
ECOM Awards
Person of the Year (2021) - Ozon CEO Alexander Shulgin
Best Customer Service (2021)
Best Last-Mile Solution (2021)
E-retail Tech Awards
Person of the Year (2021)
Randstad Employer Brand Research 2021
Most attractive employer in e-commerce (2021)
Data Insight: Top-100 Rating
Second place in Market Leader (2021)
Russian Graduate Awards 2021
Third place in "Best Programme for Young Specialists" for the Ozon Golang School (2020)
E-retail Tech Awards
Winner in Marketplace: Content Leader (2020)


Big Turnover Award
Best Employer (2020)
HeadHunter.ru: Rating of Top Russian Employers
First place among IT and Internet companies with more than 5,000 employees (2020)
RBC Award 2019
Top Manager, Ozon CEO Alexander Shulgin (2019)
Data Insight: Top-100 Rating
Third place in Market Leader (2019)
INFOLine Retail Top-100: Online Sales Rating
Fastest-Growing Retailer by Revenue (2019)
Awards
Russia PE&VC Awards
Private Equity Market Deal of the Year - Ozon IPO (2021)
ECOM Awards
Person of the Year (2021) - Ozon CEO Alexander Shulgin
Best Customer Service (2021)
Best Last-Mile Solution (2021)
E-retail Tech Awards
Person of the Year (2021)
Randstad Employer Brand Research 2021
Most attractive employer in e-commerce (2021)
Data Insight: Top-100 Rating
Second place in Market Leader (2021)
Russian Graduate Awards 2021
Third place in "Best Programme for Young Specialists" for the Ozon Golang School (2020)
E-retail Tech Awards
Winner in Marketplace: Content Leader (2020)
Big Turnover Award
Best Employer (2020)
HeadHunter.ru: Rating of Top Russian Employers
First place among IT and Internet companies with more than 5,000 employees (2020)
RBC Award 2019
Top Manager, Ozon CEO Alexander Shulgin (2019)
Data Insight: Top-100 Rating
Third place in Market Leader (2019)
INFOLine Retail Top-100: Online Sales Rating
Fastest-Growing Retailer by Revenue (2019)
Alexander Shulgin — СЕО
Alexander Shulgin was appointed CEO of Ozon in December 2017. Under his leadership, Ozon has focused on expanding its technological capabilities and on developing its marketplace and fulfillment service for merchants.

Prior to Ozon, Alexander served as Chief Operating Officer (2014-2017) and earlier as CFO (2010-2014) of Yandex. Between 1997 and 2010 he held a number of positions at Coca-Cola Hellenic, the latest being financial director for Russia.

He holds a degree in Management.
Elena Shulgina — СEO of Ozon Express
Elena joined Ozon in 2019 as Business Development Director in the FMCG department, where she and her team focus on expanding market share and generating profits in this category and develop Ozon Supermarket as a special project inside the company.

Prior to Ozon, Elena worked as a Purchasing Director at Yandex. From 2006–2012, Elena was a director at the joint venture of the AB InBev & British American Tobacco (Agrega CEE).

She holds an MA in Economics from the Moscow State Institute of Motor Cars and Roads (MADI) and is a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) with the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), USA.

Alexander Gehl — CEO of Ozon Fulfillment Services
Andrey Pavlovich — Director of Ozon Logistics
Andrey became Ozon's director of supply chain services in 2018. Since then, the company has formed a new supply chain team and more than doubled its logistics infrastructure in order to enhance its customer service.

Prior to joining Ozon, Andrey worked at Coca-Cola HBC Russia from 2009-2018, where he served as manager for country planning and later as logistics director. Before that, he spent six years overseeing logistics at an international brewing company.

Andrey graduated from the Volga State Academy of Water Transport in 2000 with a degree in transport operation.
Maria Zaikina — Director of Public & Industry Relations
Since 2018, Maria has been responsible for communications at Ozon, where she oversees relations with the media, industry groups, client service projects and international communications.

Maria worked for ten years in the automobile industry, including at Russia's leading car dealership franchise Rolf Group, and later at Svyaznoy Group, a leading consumer electronic retail chain. She subsequently joined a nascent project by the payment service provider QIWI to develop a new installment card for the Russian market.

In addition to her role at Ozon, Maria serves as the Dean of the Reputation Management Program at the Moscow Advanced Communications School (MACS).

She holds a degree in Sociology from St. Petersburg State University.
Evgeny Shirinkin — Chief Product Officer
Evgeny became Ozon's chief product officer in 2019. He oversees the development of client products (including the Ozon website and mobile apps), and leads a team of more than 200 people that is responsible for improving the shopping experience on Ozon.

Since 2000, Evgeny has held a range of positions in automation, technical support and product development, including at the companies ITSoft and S3. He served as chief technological officer and product director at one of Russia's largest fashion e-commerce projects, BUTIK.RU, before being appointed vice-president for product development at Lazada Group. There Evgeny implemented several large-scale projects, including the complete overhaul of the company's website search platform.

Evgeny has developed and taught courses on Web Technologies and Systems and Webs at the Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM), part of the Higher School of Economics. He has completed post-graduate MBA studies in addition to coursework in Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) and Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL).
Vahe Ovasapyan — СEO of Ozon Financial Services
Vahe took the helm of financial product development at Ozon in late 2019, where he and his team work to improve the company's financial services.

From 2017-2019, Vahe worked at Yandex as the head of its experimental projects group, which was responsible for the corporate development of the company's business initiatives. Prior to that, Vahe spent six years at Goldman Sachs, where he rose from an intern in the bank's department of investment analysis to Senior Associate on the CEEMEA (Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa) Metals & Mining team.

He holds a master's degree from the International College of Economics and Finance at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow.
Oleg Dorozhok — Chief Marketing Officer
Oleg joined Ozon in 2018 as Head of marketing communications and was appointed Chief Marketing Officer in mid-2019.

From 2016, Oleg served as Chief Marketing Officer at Delivery Club, where he contributed significantly to strengthening the company's position in the Russian food tech market.

From 2007–2016, Oleg held various positions in product marketing and marketing communications at Microsoft, Disney and Yandex.

Oleg holds a degree from the Belarusian National Technical University.
Igor Gerasimov, Chief Financial Officer
Igor serves as Corporate Finance Director, he and his team develop corporate finance and strategy, carry out fundraising and oversee investor relations.

From 2016–2019, Igor served as Investment Manager at Baring Vostok Capital Partners, the largest and private equity fund in Russia, where he specialised in investments in fintech, e-commerce, mobility and food tech. He also served as a Board member and worked on the strategic development of a number of the fund's portfolio companies.

From 2014–2016 Igor worked in equity research at Goldman Sachs, where he became Primary Analyst for CEEMEA Banks. Prior to that he worked in the infrastructure and project finance department of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).

Igor holds an honors degree from the Graduate School of Management at St. Petersburg State University and has completed exchange studies at the Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University.
Daniil Fedorov, Chief Financial Officer
Daniil joined Ozon in early 2018 as head of corporate development, became CFO in December 2018 and was appointed COO of Ozon in March 2021. He was nominated for Forbes Russia's "30 Under 30" list in the management category (2020).

From 2012–2018 Daniil worked in equity research at Goldman Sachs, where he became Primary Analyst for CEEMEA Transportation, Real Estate and Infrastructure, as well as Primary Analyst for European Airlines. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, he worked in the Investment Banking Department, M&A at Sberbank CIB and in Fixed Income Research at Renaissance Capital.

Daniil graduated from the Higher School of Economics in Moscow with a BA in Management in 2011. He completed the Summer Finance School at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) at the University of London in 2010.
Anton Stepanenko — Chief Technology Officer
Anton joined Ozon as Platform Development Director in 2018 and became Ozon's Chief Technology Officer in early 2020, overseeing the company's software engineering and product development.

Prior to joining Ozon, Anton worked as head of technical projects at Yandex.Market, where he was responsible for advancing the platform's indexing, data collection and analysis, search performance and scalability, and application speed.

From 2012–2016, Anton managed the platform development department at the social networking website Badoo. He later became vice president of engineering at Lazada Group, where he was involved in automating development processes and developing a separate cloud for the company. Anton graduated from the department of Radio Engineering and Cybernetics at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.
Stanislav Kondratyev — CEO of Ozon Rocket, Ozon`s logistics service
Stanislav oversees Ozon`s logistics, customer service and support.

Prior to joining Ozon in 2019, Stanislav worked at Elbrus Capital as an investment professional focused on investments into Russian internet, media, pharma and consumer companies. From 2013-2017 Stanislav worked in equity research at Goldman Sachs, where he covered Russian, CEEEMA and European internet and telecom companies. Prior to Goldman Sachs, he worked for Uralsib Capital as a stock market analyst.

Stanislav holds a master's degree in Economics from the New Economic School in Moscow.
Anna Karpova — Business Development Director
Anna joined Ozon as a purchasing manager in 2010 and became business development director in 2019, responsible for developing books, home&decor, furniture, DIY and automotive product categories.

Prior to Ozon, Anna worked as head of the book assortment department at Grand Fair publishing group from 2008–2010. She earlier served as a sales manager at the publishing house Rosman and worked at the book company Omega-L, where she was involved in creating a logistics system for returns.

Anna is a graduate of the Management Faculty of Moscow State University of Printing Arts and holds a degree in Foreign Economic Activity from the Higher School of Economics in Moscow.
Alexander Gehl — Director of Ozon Fulfillment Services
Alexander joined the company as head of Ozon major fulfillment center in Tver in 2018 and was promoted to Director of Ozon Fulfillment Services in 2020.

Prior to Ozon, Alexander held leading technical positions, including as chief mechanic and chief engineer, at a series of construction businesses. He earlier built a career with Coca-Cola HBC Eurasia, starting as a distribution manager before rising to Country Transportation Manager and later Logistics Manager for the Moscow and North-West Region.

Alexander graduated from Ural State Technical University with a degree in engineering.
Sergey Pankov — СЕО of Ozon Retail
Sergey joined Ozon in 2019 as business development director in the Fresh category, where he oversees the development of the company's online supermarket.

Prior to Ozon, beginning in 2015 he served as CEO of myToys.ru, an online store for children's products. From 2014-2015, Sergey was CEO of the packaging company VG Konturs, where he managed several plants in Moscow and the Moscow region. Under his oversight, the company developed a long-term strategy for the development and technical re-equipment of production processes.

Sergey holds a degree in Informational Systems in Economics from the Economics Department of Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics (MTUCI).
Dmitry Mannanikov, Corporate Security Director
Dmitry joined Ozon in April 2020, where he is responsible for managing risk and maintaining assets, as well as reducing collateral losses. Previously, Dmitry was responsible for ensuring asset security in major corporations including OBI Russia, SPSR Express and Energostream.

He has additional experience in banking and IT, and teaches courses as part of the MBA programmes of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA).
Artem Afanasiev — General Counsel
Artem heads the Legal Affairs Department and GR function at Ozon since early 2020, where he is responsible for supporting and overseeing all of the Group's existing and new business projects.

Artem began his legal career at the British law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (London, Moscow) and went on to join the US law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (Moscow, New York, London).

In 2014, Artem joined the Mercury Group as Director for Corporate Governance and Compliance at the Megapolis Trade Company (Moscow, Amsterdam). In 2016, he was promoted to lead the legal, compliance and M&A functions at the Russian food retailer Dixy Group – another core asset of the Mercury Group, where he also served as Deputy Chairman of the Management Board and was a member of the Board of Directors.

In 2019, as the General Counsel to the major Russian automobile group AVTOVAZ, Artem facilitated the acquisition of the GM-AVTOVAZ car manufacturer and managed a full audit of the entire consolidated legal function of the AVTOVAZ group.

Artem is consistently included in the GC Powerlist (formerly the Corporate Counsel 100), published by The Legal 500. He is a member of the Association of Antimonopoly Experts of Russia and a member of the Expert Council on Foreign Investment under the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia.

Artem is a graduate of the Faculty of Law at Lomonosov Moscow State University and the Law Faculty at Sorbonne University (Paris).
Irina Kaburova — Director of Human Resources
Irina was appointed director of human resources at Ozon in 2019, where she brings more than 15 years of experience in the HR industry.

Prior to Ozon, Irina spent eight years as head of the Talent Acquisition Department at Yandex, where she created and led the company's executive search practice. During her time at Yandex, Irina additionally established the company's business processes for recruitment. In 2008, she was responsible for recruitment at Luxoft, a company specialising in software development and innovative IT solutions.

Irina holds a degree from the Department of Philology at Kaluga State University Tsiolkovsky.
Iloanga Ershova — Business Development Director
Iloanga joined Ozon as an intern in 2014 and was appointed Groceries manager in 2017. In 2019, she became Ozon's business development director overseeing the categories of Apparel and Shoes, Beauty, Health Products and Accessories. In addition, she launched Ozon's Pharmacy offering from scratch after obtaining the necessary wholesale and retail pharmaceutical licenses. Iloanga and her team develop marketing and promotion strategies across Ozon's product categories, as well as overseeing the launch of new products.

Prior to 2010, Iloanga studied at an Olympic Reserve School, becoming a Master of Sports and a Champion of Russia in track and field.

She holds a BA in Management and an MA with honors in Innovation Management from Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Sergey Belyakov — Managing Director
Sergey joined Ozon in 2021 to oversee strategic projects and initiatives tied to the Company's e-commerce development.

A longtime civil servant, Sergey worked at the Russian Ministry of Economic Development from 2008, going on to serve as Deputy Minister from 2012 to 2014. Prior to joining the Ministry, he worked at the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs. In 2016, Sergey was elected President of the Alliance of Pension Funds, an association of non-governmental pension funds. From 2018 to 2021 he headed the Russian Association of Retail Companies (AKORT).

Sergey holds a degree in Law from the Academy of the Federal Security Service of Russia.
Mikhail Osin — Director of Ozon Travel
Mikhail joined the Ozon team in 2008 as Head of PR & Marketing Communications. Then in 2011 he took over digital sales of the online platform, and in 2015 became Ozon's Web Director to oversee the company's website and mobile app development.

In 2018 Mikhail Osin was appointed CEO at Ozon Travel, which became part of the Ozon Marketplace in 2021.

Named one of Russia's Top-250 managers in 2018 by Kommerstant.