Denis Smetnev, co-founder of the Skyeng English school, resigned from the company’s operational leadership. There he served as commercial director and was responsible for the international development of the service.

Skyeng left co-founder Denis Smetnev

A Skyeng representative told RB.RU that Smetnev remained a shareholder in the school, but would focus on developing the uForce marketing agency.

uForce launched in 2020 as a division of Skyeng. A year later, Denis Smetnev and Roman Pertsovsky withdrew the project and the Skyeng team.

Denis Smetnev invested approximately $100,000 of his own money in uForce. Now the company’s revenue is 4 million rubles a month and it plans to reach 10 million rubles a month by 2024.

Now the project cooperates with more than 100 companies, including Skipp, Mind&Machine, iFarm, Novakid.


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Source: RB

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