The Ukrainian community of software developers (dou.ua) was exploring salaries in the national IT and software exports markets in May and June 2014, and has
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If you’re thinking about adding external workforce to your current software development endeavors or setting up own software / mobile development team abroad, this information may be useful in your choice of the outsourcing destination. Note that all salaries presented here are in USD, monthly, net (excl. taxes) and median.
In the Good Country Index, a new study on countries' contributions to the "common good of humanity", Ukraine ranks 13th globally in Science and Technology category, staying ahead of Russia (#41) and such developed economies as Denmark (#14), Belgium (#15), Netherlands (#18) and even the United States (#26)
Konica Minolta Hosts Open House to Showcase Business Innovation Centre's ... MarketWatch SINGAPORE, Jul 08, 2014 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Konica Minolta hosted their first-ever Business Innovation Centre (BIC) Open House yesterday.
This article is by Stephanie E. Bor, Ph.D., assistant professor at the University of Nevada, Reno. Companies understand that they cannot control everything their customers say about them in the unpredictable, spontaneous, and potentially viral realm of social media. This leads management asking questions such as: What can I do about [...]
Intersog recaps results of the recently published Global Games Market Report 2014 by NewZoo
Victoria Mudraya's insight:
According to the recently published Global Games Market Report 2014 by NewZoo, as of today Ukraine has earned $118 million in games revenues, and currently ranks #40 globally in the List of Top 100 Countries.
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