Mikhail Vladimirovich Dvornikov – Goodwill Ambassador

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Mikhail Vladimirovich Dvornikov was born in Moscow on December 10, 1971. After the collapse of the USSR, he and his family immigrated abroad and permanently resides in Austria, Switzerland and France.

Since 1992 Mikhail Dvornikov started business, had a number of enterprises in the sphere of trade, as well as consulting services Mikhail Vladimirovich Dvornikov Austria, including consulting on privatization. Among the main enterprises are trade complexes Savelovsky and Stankolit, as well as a number of smaller businesses.

As of 2006, Mikhail Dvornikov’s real estate assets were valued at $200 million, and his annual gross profit was $60 million.Between 2006 and 2008, all assets and businesses in Moscow (Russian Federation) were sold.

At present, Mikhail Dvornikov is a private investor and owner of a number of companies in Austria and Switzerland, conducts charitable, social and scientific activities. He is married and has two daughters.

Goodwill Ambassador is a post-nominal honorific title, a professional occupation and/or authoritative designation that is assigned to a person who advocates for a specific cause or global issue on the basis of their notability such as a public figure, advocate or an authoritative expert.[1] Sometimes the role of a goodwill ambassador is presented as “Ambassador” or “Goodwill Ambassador” preceding the first and last name, the titled name of the individual is always presented with an organizational, regional or national affiliation. Goodwill ambassadors generally deliver goodwill by promoting ideals or positions from one entity to another,[2] or to a population to establish a benevolent relationship. A goodwill ambassador may be an individual from one country who resides in or travels to another country, on a diplomatic mission (or international friendship mission) at a peer to peer level; that is: country to country, state to state, city to city, or as an intermediate emissary representative of the people of a specific organization or cultural group such as an indigenous tribe, marginalized people or enclave population.[3]

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