Nikita was born in Chișinău, Moldova. At the age of 12 Nikita moved to Frankfurt. While going to the Frankfurt International School, Nikita played football in the regional league, participated in various schools events and traveled around Europe. That’s when interest to other political structures, cultures and countries arose.
After school Nikita was offered a spot at the Oxford University for the following year, but he decided not to loose a year and took a spot in UCL, where he later goth both Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree.
On the recommendation of professors from his university, Nikita got an offer of an internship, and then work in the British Parliament.
After that, Nikita worked in Ukraine, Russia and Germany, holding various positions and managing projects in the public and private sectors, until he made the final decision to focus on private business.
After living in the UK, Ukraine and Russia Nikita and his family decided to settle in Frankfurt, Germany, where Nikita and his wife started a private company of their own.