Pavel Pavlov
Pavel Pavlov
Director of Concord Europe
About
Q&A

Pavel is supervising Concord Europe, where his responsibilities include smoothly running the European business, extending the company footprint, and guaranteeing delivery excellence.

With a strong technical background, Pavel started his early career working on different open source and security initiatives in mobile communications and electronics. Later in his career, he led a variety of large-scale implementations for Fortune 500 customers. More recently, Pavel has taken on the roles of developer, technical lead, architect, and BA for business-critical projects across retail, healthcare, and insurance.

Prior to joining Concord Europe, Pavel created a software product company where he led the team in building a cloud-based AI development environment that enables businesses to innovate rapidly and automate portions of their text, image, and voice processing needs.

Do you have any fun or exciting hobbies?
I have a giant aquarium where I’m experimenting with tweaking the ecosystem in order to achieve maximum self-sustainability.
Tell us one thing no one knows about you.
I HATE bananas, like…literally.
If you could be any superhero who would you be and why?
Dr. Manhattan! I really love how detail-oriented he is because of his watchmaker background.
If you could travel anywhere in the world where would you go and why?
Tokyo, Japan. I love Japanese visual culture and always wanted to immerse myself in the city.
Have you ever been told you look like someone famous? If so, who?
Yeah, it seems that some people think that I am Eminem…
If you could have unlimited storage for one thing, what would it be?
Data! I am always out of disk space since I keep every single thing that enters my machine for future reference.
What is your favorite summer activity?
Hanging out at the beach, but, unfortunately, my skin is not sun friendly. A few years ago, I spent a whole day at the beach, and I ended up with a nearly 3rd-degree burn.
What is your favorite TV channel?
I like cherry-picking shows from National Geographic, Animal Planet, and Discovery Channel.
What is one thing you did as a kid that you should have gotten in trouble for, but never caught?
Keeping in mind that my mother recently developed great interest in the internet, I would rather skip this one.