In addition, have been living in the Czech Republic for a long time, Dmitry invested in industry, acquiring the production enterprise of teflon materials Flontex for energy and aviation for technologies of DuPontand Gore—Tex companies and supplying manufactured products to the CIS markets.
Also, since 2003, he has been engaged in the implementation of engineering projects in the field of ecology, energy and resource conservation, developed entrepreneurial activities in the field of investment in infrastructure projects based on energy-efficient contracts in partnership with a number of multinational corporations in the CIS (including Bilfinger, Culligan, Dow Chemical and Degremont), becoming the founder of the Eurasian Environmental Center. He has trained a significant number of highly qualified specialists.
Since 2005, he has been the official representative of the world’s oldest engineering operator, Aqseptence Group.
Since 2012, having created UNICAP – an investment fund and a management company for the implementation of initiatives using PPP mechanisms, he has developed and implemented a series of innovative projects, including the project of a joint industrial enterprise with the American TNC Culligan.
He was a member of the Supervisory Board of the Eurasia division of Culligan Corporation. He was vice-president of the Eurasia division of Culligan Corporation.
To 2017, thanks to the efforts of Dmitry as part of an international team, the Culligan company was successfully sold to Advent International, one of the world’s largest investment corporations for $1 billion, and in 2021 it was resold to the giant of the investment market company BDT Capital for a record $6 billion.
Dmitry’s key characteristic is responsibility in finding the optimal way to develop partner projects. The main ability is the exercise creative initiative in the implementation of partner projects.
Dmitry Sadykov is a partner of the U.S.-Russian and a member of the U.S. – Belarusian Business Councils.
Dmitry is a follower of progressive approaches in business based on the system analysis of the Adizes Institute (USA).
He is an adherent of the strategy of creating new industries of the European Institute of Business Management (INSEAD) (France) in the field of macroeconomics.
He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Orthodox Charitable Foundation named after St. Andrew the First-Called.
He is the president of the International Association of Graduates of Aviation and Aerospace Universities.
He is fond of piloting aircraft.
He is married and has two adult sons.