Anatolii Sibrenko

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Anatolii Sibrenko is the Head of Product Marketing at Digido, where he has been orchestrating the marketing dynamics since August  2021. With a knack for innovation in product sphere, business development, and marketing analytics, he crafts and executes strategies that bridge the market with Digido's offerings. His tenure also includes a role as Head of Digital Marketing, expanding Digido’s digital footprint and optimizing marketing operations. Before his current engagement, Anatolii was a Marketing Project Manager at UnaFinancial from June 2020 to August 2021, where he utilized his expertise in strategic communications, product management, and digital marketing to drive projects that propel the brand forward.


Bachelor's degree from Siberian State University of Telecommunications and Informatics

Professional Competencies:

  • Product Innovation
  • Business Development
  • Marketing Analytics
  • Business Strategy
  • Strategic Communications
  • Product Management
  • Product Development
  • Digital Marketing
  • Project Management

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