$90 / month
2 calls per month (45min/call)
Unlimited Q&A via chat
Expect responses in 24 hours or less
One-off sessions are a great option if you’re looking for specific advice on a certain topic.
Having a good resume on hand when going on the job hunt is crucial, and will make your search a lot easier. Even if you're not looking for a new position right now, having an up-to-date CV that sells your experience to future potential employers …
Sometimes, a strategy is needed to accomplish a future career change, or simply to get further in your current position. Should you go back to school? Look for a new job? Learn a new set of skills by yourself? Become a freelancer? One of our …
In this session, a mentor with startup, fundraising, and entrepreneurship experience will provide feedback and guidance on your pitch deck, helping you to refine and improve it. The mentor may offer tips and best practices for creating a compelling and effective pitch deck, including advice …
Whatever doesn't fit the mold: Get a full hour with a mentor to discuss your needs. Be it help with coding something, creating a software architecture, deciding on a strategy for your business or working in pairs. If you don't know whether what you want …
Vladimir is a three-time founder with two exits under his belt. His broad entrepreneurial experience brings SCOUT a unique perspective on how to build the best data and technology services possible, and oversees SCOUT’s software development processes. He has core competencies in developing Software-as-a-Service models and scaling businesses from start-ups to technology leaders.
Vladimir was previously CTO of AdvisorEngine, where he oversaw growth from a team of 4 to 150+ employees, and led due diligence for multiple acquisitions and significant investments. Previously as a CTO and COO he directed InfoSec, customer-oriented product strategies, and non-monolithic software architectures. Vladimir has worked as a Software Engineer, building and managing continuously-iterated software products and datasets within the banking industry, leading and mentoring small teams of engineers.
Vladimir holds MBAs from the Columbia and London Business Schools, and dual Computer Science and Computer Engineering degrees from Stony Brook University, where he focused on software development and robotics. Vladimir forged his own path into the space industry. He is an advocate for improved communication strategies, enjoys organizational and social behavior studies, and is a voracious reader. Vladimir is a naturalized US Citizen and immigrant from Russia.
5 out of 5 stars
I am delighted to recommend Vladimir, an outstanding career mentor who has shared so much in my sessions. Vladimir excels in providing expert guidance, motivation, and support, while helping achieve my career goal. I wholeheartedly recommend Vladimir for those who want a great mentor.
5 out of 5 stars
Vladimir is an exceptional mentor who brings a wealth of expertise in establishing early-stage startups to the table. With years of experience under his belt, he has a profound understanding of the essential steps required to launch a thriving business. Moreover, Vladimir has expertly guided me in developing the right mindset for entrepreneurship while also sharing indispensable strategies for cost reduction. For anyone seeking impactful, real-world advice, look no further. Vladimir is truly an outstanding mentor!
5 out of 5 stars
Vladimir is hands down one of the coolest mentors I've had the chance to chat with! He's got brains, experience, and enough emotional intelligence to handle the impending robot apocalypse (no sweat!). 10/10, would definitely recommend
Welcome to another episode of CTO Studio! On this show our guests come from many different industries, and today’s guest …
How to make complex decision with ease.
Vladimir Baranov, CIO at SCOUT Space Inc, tells of his efforts to restructure the operations team and make them more …
We will send you a quick email if Vladimir has new open spots for mentorship, and only in that case!