Edward Shenderovich (born 1976) is an American entrepreneur of Russian origin. He is a co-founder and chairman of Knotel, a flexible real estate service, based in NYC. He is also the founder of Kite Ventures, a venture investment company behind Darberry (acquired by Groupon), Fyber, Delivery Hero, Plated and Tradeshift. Prior to Kite Ventures, Shenderovich was a founding executive and the Head of Strategic Development at SUP, a Moscow-based Internet company. He also co-founded Quantum Art, a content management software provider and Merchantry (acquired by Tradeshift).
Shenderovich writes and publishes poetry in Russian. He has been published by many Russian journals and included in ‘’Ulysses Released: Contemporary Russian Poets Abroad (In Russian:2004)’’ edited by Dmitry Kuzmin. In December 2010, Samokat Publishing House released a collection of Shenderovich's children's poems. A new collection came out in January 2014. Translators of his poetry into English include Richard Wayne Chambliss.
In September 2015, Shenderovich's collection entitled "About One, Two, 3, 4 and 5" received an award at Biennial of Illustration Bratislava.