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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.
Os projetos de responsabilidade social corporativa da TECHIIA estão incluídos nas avaliações de "Sustainable Development Leaders" do TOP-100. Ratings of the Largest.
"TOP-100. Ratings of the largest'' magazine awarded the financial director of the TECHIIA holding
TECHIIA holding is in the top 50 biggest IT companies in Ukraine by the number of specialists according to the DOU portal.
TECHIIA was included in the rating of IT companies from the most trustworthy industry media threshold in Ukraine.
This year, 36 teams, that were formed out of 108 participants from universities from different parts of Ukraine, will try their best at the online hackathon Int20h. They will compete in one of three categories: Web Development, Mobile Development, and Data Science.
WePlay Esports and Undisputed World Boxing Champion Oleksandr Usyk have announced their business partnership.
On December 15, FragStore opened its doors. It is the first offline showroom in Ukraine for all the fans of games, esports, movies, comic books, and anime.
The BUSINESS magazine alongside the HR Forum Association honored the best employers of Ukraine for the sixth time.
Não há tempo para empresas ucranianas de qualquer porte se sentarem e reclamarem sobre cobiça. É hora de sair para o mundo.
‘Ukraine: Investment Harbor in the Time of Change’ is the first annual international conference organized by UkraineInvest, the Ukrainian government’s investment promotion office created to attract foreign direct investment and assist existing investors to expand their businesses in Ukraine.
Roman Rodin, TECHIIA’s Chief Legal Officer, is one of the speakers at the Games Gathering, the largest B2B conference
The Giving Tuesday. The NGO Techiia Foundation has helped children which Tabletochki Foundation takes care of.
The NGO Techiia Foundation donated UAH 300,000 to the Tabletochki Charitable Foundation to purchase medicines for children with cancer.