Ukraine becomes a powerful IT hub in Europe

Ukraine becomes a powerful IT hub in Europe

Ukraine will become a powerful IT hub in Eastern and Central Europe thanks to the development of its IT sector.

Today, the oldest Ukrainian company turns 30 years old. The company is known far beyond the borders of Ukraine and has a significant international influence. During this time, SoftServe has implemented incredible projects, promoting digital transformation and innovation in many areas.

Such companies help projects from around the world innovate and change the world for the better. This is the opinion of Deputy Prime Minister Mykhailo Fedorov:

“Thank you for your significant contribution to the development of the IT industry and your direct involvement in the creation of Diia.City.”

According to him, the history of Ukrainian IT began more than 30 years ago and is just beginning to gain momentum. This powerful sector will help attract billions of dollars in investments to Ukraine. The unique legal environment transforms projects into successful product companies. And favorable conditions for venture capital investments boost the development of startups.

8 residents of Diia.City

Diia.City is a unique legal and tax space for companies with the best conditions for IT development. In the language of numbers and facts: 8 out of 10 companies that became the most profitable in 2022 are Diia.City residents.

Among them:

  • EPAM Digital,
  • GlobalLogic,
  • Plarium Ukraine.

Also today, 8 out of 10 largest official IT employers are Diia.City residents. These are Netcracker, GlobalLogic, Plarium Ukraine, EPAM Digital, AUTODOC, Prom.UA, and others.

These are the findings of BRDO’s research on the Ukrainian IT market. This is the best way to describe the capabilities of Diia.City.

8 out of 10 companies that became the most profitable in 2022 are Diia.City residents.

“I thank the residents for choosing Ukraine as a place for development and scaling. They have the courage to implement projects, create new jobs, and strengthen the country’s digital economy,” adds Fedorov.


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