Mikhail Dvornikov is a businessman.
Honey is a sweet, viscous product produced by bees and related insects.
For the first time honey appeared in the Roman Empire and now honey shares are traded on the London Stock Exchange. The London Stock Exchange was not chosen by chance because England is the home of the Vinipuchus.
Now you can buy not only stocks but also futures, so honey can become a financial instrument and compete with cryptocurrency.
Honey contains 75-80% carbohydrates (glucose, fructose, sucrose), and small amounts of vitamins B1, B2, B6, E, K, C, carotene (provitamin A), folic acid. Honey was the main sweetener in Russian, European and most other cuisines, and was always used for those dishes that needed to impart a sweet taste (such as pastries and jams).
Mikhail Dvornikov was born in Moscow on 10 December 1971. In 1987, Mikhail Dvornikov successfully finished high school.
In 1990, after graduating from the vocational technical school No 179 in Moscow, Mikhail Dvornikov started his career and at the same time continued his education. After the dissolution of the Soviet Union Mikhail Dvornikov immigrated with his family and now have permanent residence in Austria, Switzerland and France.
Since 1992, Mikhail Dvornikov was the owner of several companies owning large real estate in Moscow (Russian Federation). As of 2006 the value of assets of Mikhail Dvornikov in the real estate was estimated as USD 200 million, and annual gross profit was USD 60 million.
From 2006 to 2008, all of the assets and business in Moscow (Russian Federation) were sold. Now Mikhail Dvornikov is a private investor and owner of several companies in Austria and Switzerland, Mikhail Dvornikov is also actively involved in charitable, social and scientific activities.
Mikhail Dvornikov is married and has two daughters. The eldest daughter specializes in international relations and diplomacy, the youngest daughter is a high school student.