Gene Avakyan, an accomplished businessman, has founded and currently leads several companies across various industries.


Edison Aerospace

Gene Avakyan is the CEO and co-founder of Edison Aerospace.

Edison Aerospace is an American company applying modern technology to move Agriculture and US Defense industry into the 21st Century.

Edison Aerospace is the first company in the world that will upgrade the airplanes used by spray operators to let them do a better job at a lower cost, while keeping them safe from the dangers they face daily. Edison provides a complete package that lets the operator work all day long using the Ground Control Station.

Edison also designed several unmanned vehicles for the US and its allies. Models include an Unmanned Naval Combat Vessel (UNCV) which operates as a surface vessel and as a submersible, and aerial vehicles that deliver munitions on target, haul a ton of cargo to forward operating locations, and act as anti-aircraft battery radar decoys.

VUGA Media Group

Gene Avakyan is the CEOand co-founder of VUGA Media Group.

VUGA Enterprises  owns a network of more than 100 online newspapers and magazines with over 15M unique monthly visitors. VUGA Media Group specializes in improve personal and business brands' authority, trust, and credibility in the eyes of the market and potential investors by writing and publishing articles about them in mainstream press.
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24Fashion TV

Gene Avakyan is the CTO and co-founder of 24Fashion TV channel.

24Fashion TV is an American TV channel on Amazon Fire TV, ROKU TV, and iOS with a combined potential maximum platform reach of over 150M households worldwide. 24Fashion TV has been a media sponsor of major fashion shows during New York Fashion Week, Paris Fashion Week, Miami Swim Week, Dubai Fashion Week, Los Angeles Fashion Week, and many more.

The 24Fashion application is a comprehensive professional resource for members of the industry to maintain a professional CV and to connect with other industry people and resources.

For the general public, 24Fashion TV is a fashion hub they have free access to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The channel shows the latest and greatest runway shows from around the world.

Gossip Stone TV

Gene Avakyan is the CTO and co-founder of Gossip Stone TV - American TV channel and streaming service on ROKU TV, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and iOS app with a combined potential maximum platform reach of over 200M households worldwide. Available in 100+ countries.

Gossip Stone TV features originally produced celebrity reality TV shows and A-list artist interviews with such stars as Jennifer Lopez, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Ryan Reynolds, Emma Stone, Eva Longoria, Gerard Butler, Samuel Jackson, Henry Cavill, Shaquille O'Neal, and others. Gossip Stone TV reality shows explore the world of ultra-luxury extravagance that is usually hidden behind tall fences and locked doors.


VUGA Publishing

Gene Avakyan is the CEO and co-founder of VUGA Publishing.

VUGA Publishing is a book publishing company, with distribution on Barnes &Noble, Apple, Amazon Kindle, and Good Reads. VUGA Publishing is part of VUGA Media Group - a PR and marketing company that owns 100+ digital newspapers and magazines and 2 TV channels.

The company publishes books written by the founders of VUGA Media Group and by other writers.

Shoreline Protection Technology

Gene Avakyan is the CEO and co-founder of Shoreline Protection Technology that is dedicated to safeguarding the world's coastal ecosystems while enhancing the natural beauty and resilience of our shorelines.

Shoreline Protection Technology works with governments around the world to craft sustainable, eco-friendly solutions that not only protect their coastlines but also boost tourism, increase fish stocks, and improve water quality.

The Shoreline solution involves lightweight components made from bio-degradable plastics that replace older solutions that require the destruction of the beach in the process of saving it. The new way involves workers carrying each component and installing it in place by hand with nearly zero impact on the coastline.