On April 4, the independent German Outsourcing Association and the Outsourcing Journal will hold the 4th ITO&BPO Germany Forum in Berlin, in partnership with UADN.NET. Ukrainian companies are cordially invited to learn about with the latest industryt trends, and network with potential clients and partners through this major event.
ITO&BPO Germany Forum is the only international, non-commercial and independent business conference focusing on ITO, BPO and SSC in and for the D-A-CH markets.
Almost simultaneously earlier this month, Uber and its Russian competitor Yandex.Taxi announced their expansion to Odessa, a major city in southern Ukraine.
Both companies offer their services at the same minimum price of 14 hryvnias (roughly 50 cents at the current exchange rate). However, unlike Uber, which supports both cash and cashless payments, Yandex.Taxi accepts only cash payments.
Earlier this week Luxoft, a NYSE-listed provider of software development services and innovative solutions and a part of Russia’s IBS Group, announced the acquisition of IntroPro. The details of the transaction have not been disclosed.
Established in 2008, IntroPro is an engineering consultancy that employs development teams in Ukraine to serve essentially clients in North America. Its expertise covers consulting, architectural design, development as well as quality assurance services for enterprise systems and embedded systems (devices) software development.
eSPORTconf UAH, which presents itself as Ukraine’s first eSports business conference, will be held on February 22 in Kyiv (Kiev). The event will bring together entrepreneurs and investors, as well as representatives of the gaming and gambling industry in Ukraine and other Russian-speaking countries.
Ukraine is among the top six countries with the most developed eSports industry. This market grows by 50% every year, according to Smile Expo, the organizer of the event.
Earlier this month Nielsen released its “Connected Commerce Survey,” covering different aspects of online shopping throughout the world. More than 30,000 Internet users were polled in 63 countries throughout Europe — including Ukraine, — Asia-Pacific, Latin America, the Middle East/Africa and North America.
Globally, more than 93% of the respondents say they already have an online shopping experience. In Ukraine, where Internet penetration reaches no more than 43%, this index reaches 91%, which is twice as much as back in 2011.
Earlier this month, the International Consumer Electronic Show (СES-2017) attracted more than 200,000 visitors to Las Vegas. This year, for the first time, Ukraine had organized a dedicated exhibition area to show eight of its brightest startups and products.
This ‘UaTech Expo Zone’ was The Ukrainian Expo was organized jointly by the Ukrainian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (UVCA) and Western NIS Enterprise Fund (WNISEF), a USAID-funded organization. It was located in the Eureka Park among seven national exhibition areas, including those of France, Holland, Israel and the Czech Republic.
MacPaw, a Kyiv (Kiev)-based Mac software development company with more than five million customers worldwide, just announced the launch of a flat-fee subscription offer for Setapp, its service designed for macOS app users and developers.
Presented as an “unstore alternative to Apple’s Mac App Store,” the new service aims to save your time and money when working with the ocean of more than 30,000 Mac applications.
BrainBasket Foundation, a Ukrainian NGO dedicated to IT education, has launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign with a flexible goal to raise $50,000 for its national education program Technology Nation in two months.
“We want to demonstrate that Ukraine and its potential in IT is a global matter, as the future developments created by our graduates can benefit anyone in the world,” BrainBasket’s PR manager Andrii Petrunia told Ukraine Digital News.