Practiced languages: EA, Ru, En
Field of Influence: Serial entrepreneur, engineer-physicist, philanthropist
Positions held: President of FAST Foundation, Founder of SOLARON, Cofounder of Future Armenian, Member of the Board of Trustees of Arar
Foundation: Board member of Repat Armenia Foundation
Artur Alaverdyan is an Armenian engineer-physicist, industrialist, serial entrepreneur, high-tech investor, and philanthropist. He is a co-founder, and board member of Fast Foundation, Repat Armenia and the Future Armenian. He was born in 1979.
He pursued his education at the Moscow Engineering Nuclear Physics Institute, earning his degree in 1995. His thirst for knowledge led him to Erasmus University Rotterdam in 2007, where he furthered his studies. He also successfully completed an Executive MBA program in the same year.
Alaverdyan’s professional journey began as the Owner and Director at Soyuzpostavka CJSC, then of Gofromarket Company and of PROFHOLOD at Insulated Panels. Furthermore, he assumed the role of President at NAPPAN – the Russian Association of Manufacturers of PU Sandwich Panels.
His dedication to philanthropic efforts resulted in his co-founding and appointment as a Member of the Board of Trustees at the Arar Foundation in 2006. He extended his involvement to the Foundation for Armenian Science and Technology (FAST), Repat Armenia Foundation, and the Future Armenian initiative.
Notably, in 2016, Alaverdyan ventured into sustainable energy, founding SOLARON – a Solar Panel Manufacturer in Armenia.