CEOs of IT companies and the Ministry of Digital transformation to discuss cooperation for the victory of Ukraine

CEOs of IT companies and the Ministry of Digital transformation to discuss cooperation for the victory of Ukraine

On May 10, the 5th session of the global conversation "Talk to Ukraine" by the IT Ukraine Association will take place. During the webinar, CEOs of IT companies and the Ministry of Digital Transformation will discuss the potential of public-private partnerships to bring Ukraine closer to victory. Marianna Konina, Chief Public Engagement Officer of TECHIIA Holding will be performing the role of a moderator of this event.


Speakers will tell about their experience, resilience, and efforts to protect Ukraine on the economic front.

The list of speakers:

  • Yuriy Antonyuk, EPAM Chairman for Central and Eastern Europe
  • Valeriy Kutsyy, CEO of Miratech
  • Yuriy Fylyuk, CEO of Promprylad. Renovation
  • representative of the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine

The meeting will be moderated by Marianna Konina, Chief Public Engagement Officer of TECHIIA Holding.

Marianna Konina, Chief Public Engagement Officer of TECHIIA Holding

Marianna Konina, Chief Public Engagement Officer of TECHIIA Holding

We are already started to think about rebuilding the country, restarting the economy on the basis of decentralization and the latest technologies. The Ukrainian IT industry can become one of the main drivers of Ukraine's new economy. The IT sector unites more than 250,000 professionals who, despite the war, continue to do what they do best. That is why now Ukraine needs synergies between business and the state more than ever. This is what we will talk about. Join in.
You can join the conversation on LinkedIn by the following link: Talk to Ukraine: Partnership of IT business and the State in the face of war. Starting at 16:00 CET / 10 AM EST / 17:00 Kyiv time.
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