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|Title:||New Technologies. Ukraine. Culture|
|Authors:||Zhukova, Ya. О.|
|Publisher:||International Journal of Education and Science|
|Series/Report no.:||Volume 1, №3-4 2018;|
|Abstract:||Ukrainians are developing new products that will push the boundaries of existing market niches while defining new ones. WhatsApp founder Jan Koum is Ukrainian, as are PayPal co-founder Max Levchin and Alexander Galitsky, serial entrepreneur and the co-inventor of Wi-Fi. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak takes great pride in his Ukrainian heritage. Ukrainians are starting go in a new direction to launch their own companies with global ambitions. Of course, there are already major success stories like Grammarly, Looksery and Readdle. The Ukrainian companies are very looking to compete outside the country include Ecoisme, Hideez, Petcube, PassivDom, Agrieye, Cardiomo and Delfast. And others are coming up fast like Hushme, Senstone, Getyu and Anryze. Most of their companies maintain R&D operations in Kyiv, Dnipro, Lviv, Kharkiv or Odessa, while establishing a marketing and sales presence in Silicon Valley or New York. Some have even incorporated in the State of Delaware in the US and others have taken advantage of the unique Estonian e-residency program that offers digital access to global markets without leaving home in Ukraine. With the globalization of Ukraine tech startups, there is an excellent opportunity to establish a worldwide brand for the country that focuses on innovation, creativity and a high level of technical development.|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol. 1, No. 3-4, 2018|
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