Owner of Fenox Global Group, holding company:
- Fenox Automative Сomponents, production and distribution of Automotive components for conveyors of Russian and European manufacturers and on the secondary market at 12 plants in Belarus, Russia, and Germany (Fenox, Vitaravtomativ, Arvit-avto, Break-Hydrolix, Arklow Company, Minsk Automotive Component Factory, Kedr and others);
- Fenox Venture Capital (USA), venture company, investment in IT, IT healthcare, consumer Internet, IOT, robotics, mobile, social and cloud technologies, payment systems and new generation technologies in USA, Japan, Southeast Asia and Europe, joint investment funds IMJ Fenox (Singapore), Fenox Infocom Venture Fund V (Japan);
- Fenox Retail, group of enterprises (Arvitfood), developing a network of food stores "Preston";
- Fenox Construction, Investment in real estate, construction contracts (ADS-2000);
- Fenox Logistics, international transport trucking and warehouse services in Russia and Germany (Antonar);
- Fenox Research & Development, research and development (Research Center "Quality"), equipment and accessories production, Novelty Company Phenox, production of nanotubes;
- Fenox Medical Solutions, innovative medical developments in Germany, Belarus and Russia, including "Analys Med" medical center.
In 2014 the Fenox Venture Capital team, created by Vitaly Arbuzov and his American partner Anis Uzzaman in 2011, an advisor of former Sony CEO Nobuyaki Idei was joined to company. With his help, the FVC has found major investment partners in Japan. Among them is the company Infocom Group, which is part of the multidisciplinary Teijin Limited group. Jointly with the Infocom Group, Fenox Infocom Venture Fund V was registered to invest in prospective start-ups.
In early 2015, representatives of the FVC announced a global project - financing promising start-ups in Bangladesh jointly with The Founder Institute. Applicants undergo internship at the institute, then the strongest ones in mobile applications, digital medicine and corporate software receive money for development. In total investors planned to invest $ 200 million in the Bangladeshi project.
By the end of 2015, the FVC portfolio included about 70 projects, Vitaly Arbuzov invested in his own and borrowed resources. Among them - investment in the world's first social robot (Jibo Inc.) and manufacturer of economical electric vehicles for the southeast market (Terra Motors).
In 2014-2015, the Unison plant attracted the attention of two transnational automobile corporations. General Motors, presenting the first Belarusian Opel in mid-2015, promised to build Cadillac and Chevrolet set up for the Russian market. In 2015, the PSA Peugeot Citroen concern, with the participation of a local partner, launched the assemblage of Peugeot and Citroen for the Belarusian market at Unison. However, in mid-2015, the businessman sold his stake in Unison to Alexei Vaganov.
In the middle of 2015, after a ten-year break, Vitaly Arbuzov opened another Preston supermarket in the Uruchye district (Minsk, Belarus). By the end of the year, the Preston network in which businessman started investing in 1996, had four supermarkets. But then there was information about the possible salling of Arbuzov's network, as well as his withdrawal from the project Unison.
Got bored to search for start-ups in the CIS (Fenox IT) and being involved in investing in the US and Asia, businessman recently was not often interested in Belarusian projects. The example of an exception is Onliner.by, that according to some information, Vitaly Arbuzov draw attantion to. But his interest remained only an interest.