Kateryna Dubrova is a Research Analyst on the M2M, IoT and IIoT technologies research team. Her current specialization covers data management, analytics, and monetization strategies for enterprises that utilize the IoT and M2M technologies. Kateryna conducts market/industry analytics as well as competitive analysis of M2M/IoT specific market players.
Kateryna joined ABI Research from the University of Birmingham where she was a FinTech Research Analyst working with the Political Economy Department gathering qualitative and quantitative material on FinTech firms, digitalization and regulatory shift since 2008 financial crisis. Additionally, she worked for collaborative Harvard-Birmingham Universities research project conducting legal, ethical and historical analysis on Russian, covering regulatory dynamics of the state from 11th-21st centuries.
Her corporate experience includes the contract with Ernst & Young as a Research Analyst for Energy and ICT markets. As a part of her stay there, she conducted a full feasibility investment study, overviewing regulatory, pricing, connectivity and competitive analysis for solar energy markets. Additionally, Kateryna worked at the NATO Energy Security as a Public Affairs Associate followed by a Strategic Analyst position. Her work with NATO includes publications on critical energy infrastructure, cybersecurity, and energy resilience, which was done in collaboration with researches and civil servants from various NATO nations. Finally, she interned at KIT-ARTON Holding in Ukraine, where she developed corporate communication and project management skills.
Kateryna’s multidisciplinary background in conjunction with a multilingual background in English (fluent), Ukrainian (native), Russian (fluent), and French (basic) enables her to conduct different types of global research, utilizing linguistic expertise and personal networking in both private and public organizations.
Kateryna holds a BA in International Relations & Political Science, MSc in Strategic Marketing and Consulting, and in 2019 she was awarded MSc in Strategic and Innovation Management from the University of Birmingham.