Can Russian Business Separate Itself From Politics?

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

The Russian IT market is currently facing potential damage from U.S. and EU sanctions, and the problems of enforced import substitution. As Russia’s foremost IT leaders gathered to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the industry’s lobbying group — Russoft — they took the opportunity to assess what influence political activity is having on the country’s IT market and how best to prepare for what may arrive in the very near future.

Ulyanovsk: An Emerging Software Development Hub

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Ulyanovsk coat of armsThe Russian city of Ulyanovsk is located along the Volga River, 893 kilometers east of Moscow. With a population of nearly 700,000, the city is a major industrial center as well as the birthplace of Vladimir Lenin. In addition to a UAZ automobile factory and the Aviastar aircraft company, it is also home to international businesses such as Mars, Inc., Takata-Petri and Anadolu Efes.

Russian Software in the media

Digital Headhunting Set to Transform HR

Dinara Mamedova
Russia Beyond the Headlines

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Russian developers have created the AmazingHiring application for finding IT personnel. It not only searches for a candidate, but also analyzes their professional qualities. Investors believe that the project will be a success: in 2013 the Ukrainian SMRK Investment Fund and the Russian Starta Capital Venture Fund invested $300,000 in the company. In September 2014 the service was able to attract $500,000 in seed funding from SMRK and business angels.

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