“Full truth about CES”: what will Ukrainian exhibition participants share?
23 January 17“Full truth about CES”: what will Ukrainian exhibition participants share?
On January 26, 2017, Kyiv Smart City Hub (VDNH, Pavilion № 5) will host the panel discussion called “Full truth about CES”. This event will be held at the initiative of Kyiv Smart City.
Ukrainian participants of CES 2017 technological exhibition will share their experience at the event. It is this year when UA Expo Tech zone has been established within CES 2017 for the first time, allowing the best domestic startup projects to demonstrate their achievements. This zone was organized by UVCA along with WNISEF.
The following participants will speak within “Full truth about CES” panel discussion:
- Olga Afanasyeva – Executive Director of UVCA;
- Andrey Sorokhan – WNISEF Program Coordinator, focusing on IT and educative projects;
- Svetlana Malevannaya – cofounder of Raccoon.world international startup and CEO of Olans Group consulting company;
- Roman Belkin – cofounder and CTO of Cardiomo telemedicine startup;
- Alexander Nesterenko – CEO of ARTKB, product development bureau, representing CLOVITEK and Hushme startups.
CES 2017 participants will tell about the exhibition special features, difficulties that they have faced and their achievements. The panel discussion will start at 7 p.m. We would like to advise you to visit the official event group on Facebook.
InnoTech Ukraine team will attend the event in order to share its most significant moments with you. Wait for the publication in the News section.
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