EBRD has given a $10 Million loan to local company, Meest, to help its expansion in Ukraine
Cashless payments are up in Ukraine, as government looks to back transition to cashless economy.
Bohdan Kupych, Business Development Vice President of KM Core, envisions a Ukraine where IT and agriculture combine to create a European hub for agricultural technology.
Ukraine’s IT job market is nearly 4 times as competitive as it was 3 years ago. Last year DOU.ua received more than 4,000 applications for 1,500 jobs
Ukrainian telecom fraud has prompted the country's main mobile providers to form a united front to help law enforcement agencies fight fraudsters.
Ukraine has signed a $600 million deal to service Pakistan's tanks and other fighting vehicles, to enhance military-industrial cooperation between the two countries.
Ukraine continues to make gains toward becoming a European nation despite a two-year war against Russia and a decades-long war against corrupt business and political elites.
Skyrocketing demand for smartphones in Ukraine is leading sales growth for the devices in Eastern Europe and changing the way companies do business.
A company begun by volunteers to support Ukraine’s war effort now is drawing attention in the global defense sector.
In a sign of Ukraine’s consumer tech industry coming of age, the industry’s premier event in the United States will feature for the first time a “Ukrainian Expo.”
Station by station, track by track, Kyiv is entering the elite circle of cities in the world with wifi-enabled subways. Kyiv’s system will provide the metro’s 1.5 million daily passengers with free wifi in stations and moving trains.