Vladimir Krupchak is one of the leading entrepreneurs of the Pomor region and the entire Russian North. Born in the Arkhangelsk region, he directed efforts towards development, renovation, and welfare of the city, districts and rural settlements – from Malye Karely to Novodvinsk – throughout his career.
After the establishment of the large and multi-industry holding, the entrepreneur is still a member of the boards of directors of many relevant enterprises in the region. V. Krupchak focuses on investment growth, economic and social development of the region, conservation and maximization of its natural wealth.
It can be explained by his biography – Vladimir grew up there. His parents lived in the Vilegodsky district, Bykovo settlement. At an early age, the boy got a feel not only for farmery but also for admiration for the homeland. Although there was nothing to admire. As Vladimir remembers, there was a time when there was only a wooden architecture museum and practically abandoned ski resort. People visited them, but, in fact, there was no recreational infrastructure. There were no cafes, no conveniences: people drank tea from thermos bottles and ate prepared at home sandwiches. Everything was kind of unattractive and sad. However, at the same time, the landscape was splendid. That was the reason to push the development of the region.