These days it’s not enough to be just an IT professional or a musician: you also need to know how to manage money wisely. Entrepreneur Pavel Volkov describes his experience plainly and simply in his book First Steps to Financial Independence, the design and illustrations for which were created in the studio.
The cover is inhabited by friendly little men who amusingly act out the formula for financial success. The bright, contrasting cover instantly attracts attention, urging to pick up the book and put the new knowledge into practice.
Klava, the character we came up with, is a brave girl with a sincere desire to become a real investor. She guides the reader through the chapters, explains how assets work, reveals the meaning of frightening abbreviations and vague concepts.
The author invites the reader to engage in reflection right on the pages of the book. For this purpose, studio designers came up with spacious margins, useful interactive activities and cute checklists.
Special icons highlight illustrative examples from the lives of real people and emphasize the most important facts making information easier to perceive.
Entrepreneur, investor, father.
Pavel opened his first IT company at the age of 19. At 28, together with his wife Evgeniya he created, grew and sold the Palgrich chain of sports nutrition stores in Kazakhstan. At 29 he was vice-president of Amir Group Investment Holding for a year. Pavel also developed a financial board game Cryptoinvestor and at 31 founded his own Silicon Valley startup, the social network Rinett.