Oleg is not just one of Europe's top serial internet entrepreneurs but also a successful angel investor with over 30 investments, board member, serious innovator, provocateur, disruptor, and connector.

As an entrepreneur, Oleg Tscheltzoff has leveraged a global vision and knowledge of international business, management and marketing to develop successful online businesses. In November 2004 Oleg co-founded Fotolia.com, the first global online social marketplace for creative digital stock images in 10 languages, where photographers and designers of all levels can store, share and monetize their photographs and illustrations. As president, he led the company from inception to its rapid rise to the world’s largest microstock photography site. Prior to Fotolia, Oleg co-founded Amen, the leading Internet hosting company in France, which was sold in 2004 to Vianetworks (NASDAC Symbol VNWIE). Oleg is a serial entrepreneur and an active angel investor. He graduated with an MS from ENSIEG in Grenoble, France and an MBA from New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business. He is fluent in French, English and Russian. He has a degree in Economics from Cambridge University, was a Henry Fellow at Harvard University and has an MBA from INSEAD.