Not One But Two TECHIIA Top Managers Are In The 100 Tech Drivers Rating

Yura Lazebnikov and Oleh Humeniuk entered the 100 Tech Drivers rating by bit.ua. The rating brought together businessmen and professionals who push Ukraine's digital and technology industries forward.


Yura Lazebnikov is an investor, one of the TECHIIA’s Managing Partners, the international holding, that unites more than 10 technology companies and projects with more than 1,000 employees. Last year, Yura was recognized as one of the best managers in Ukraine among business owners.

Oleh Humeniuk is the CEO of one of the TECHIIA’s companies — WePlay Esports media holding, which is one of the top tournament organizers and the developer of specific IT solutions for esports. In addition to that, Oleg is TECHIIA’s CTO.

bit.ua divided a hundred participants into four equal categories: GOVERNMENT_TECH, TECH_WORLD, TECH_MAN, and TECH_BUSINESS. Yura and Oleh were enlisted in the TECH_LYUDINA category as professionals who have made a significant contribution to the evolution of Ukraine’s tech industry.

The open voting is available on the bit.ua website and will last a month. One winner shall be picked in each category and readers alongside an expert jury are the ones to make a choice. We encourage you to vote for the best.

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