The founder of RusMedia company Olga Korneitsik is an communication expert whose experience includes development and implementing of communication strategy of Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union 2017 aimed at Russian-speaking population of Estonia.

Olga has been equally successful in the field of marketing and communication finding solutions for many clients of JLP Communication Bureau aimed at attracting attention of customers in the Russian-language environment. The list of her customers is impressive: Tallinna Vesi, ERGO, InBank, Microsoft, SmartPost, Südameapteek, TransferWise, Arsenal, Original Sokos Viru Hotel and other companies.

Her strengths are public relations and PR in connection with large-scale events. Besides the “Tallinn 2011 – European Capital of Culture” project for a long time Olga has been working in the team of International PÖFF Black Nights Film Festival, was involved in preparation for opening of the Seaplane Harbor Museum (Lennusadam) as well as in PR-team for the Song and Dance Festival aimed at Russian-speaking audience and international guests. She has also participated in many other projects.

Through social activism, contributed to the organization of the Opinion Festival, the ‘Let’s Do It’ movement and many other initiatives which foster the unification of various communities in Estonia as a volunteer.

Olga graduated from the department of International Journalism of the Saint Petersburg State University. She worked in the largest Russian-language weekly newspaper of Estonia “Den za Dnjom” and in the Russian-language edition of the economic newspaper Äripaev (“Delovye Vedomosti”). She also has experience of working with many other Russian-language information channels.

Makes sure to keep up with the development of new communication tools, research in motivation and efficiency as well as media market trends in Estonia and abroad.

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