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EPO and CUCC-CUTIS to showcase Ukrainian hi-tech at Ukraine House Toronto

Ukraine is on the global radar as one of the world’s innovation leaders. The Export Promotion Office of Ukraine with the support of the CUTIS project and the Canada-Ukraine Chamber of Commerce (CUCC) are going to introduce Innovation Corner showcasing Ukrainian innovations and technological progress at Ukraine House Toronto in July 3-4th.

Ukrainian technologies serve peoples needs, save natural resources, and enhance global prosperity. Today Ukrainian hi-tech is absolutely essential, it turned the world upside down in the past, so the Innovation Corner will provide the unique opportunity to see the future in the nearest days.

Seven Ukrainian ICT and hi-tech companies will bring their new products and services to Toronto to present innovations to the guests of Ukraine House Toronto:

Also, on July 3rd Ukrainian companies will have the presentation session to Canadian businesses to set connections with potential partners and buyers. An agenda with short companies’ descriptions are available via the link.

Everyone is welcome to attend the Innovation Corner on July 3-4th. A registration form for participation in the Ukraine House Toronto can be found by the link. Hurry up, registration ends very soon.

The Canada-Ukraine Trade and Investment Support (CUTIS) project is a 5-year (2016-2021) Canadian development assistance initiative designed to lower poverty in Ukraine through increasing exports from Ukraine to Canada and investment from Canada to Ukraine. The project funded by the Canadian Government through the Global affairs Canada and implemented by the Conference Board of Canada in partnership with the Canada-Ukraine Chamber of Commerce.

The CUTIS project implements U CAN EXPORT Support Program in five priority sectors: clothing, footwear, furniture, confectionery, and IT services.

Ukrainian IT companies are ready to conquer the Canadian market

From April 1 to April 5, 12 leading Ukrainian IT companies visit Canada as a part of the ICT business mission. The five-day event includes a series of B2B meetings with Canadian business, seminars and panel discussions. The main goal is to help Ukrainian business to learn more about the Canadian IT sector as well as discuss possible cooperation with Canadian partners.

The following IT companies took part in the mission:

  • Active Audit Agency (cybersecurity services)
  • Taurus Quadra (development & customization)
  • Solution Mentors (development & Oracle database services)
  • Perfectial (SAAS apps & blockchain apps)
  • MindK (web development)
  • MAPGEOSYSTEM (digitalization & 2D-3D modelling)
  • La Soft (web & mobile apps development)
  • ISSP (manager security)
  • Inoxoft (UI/UX design & software development)
  • Edsson (software development outsourcing)
  • Davintoo Ukraina (hosting & implementation of collaborator)
  • Conterra (data continuity & recovery)

In Toronto, Ukrainian delegation visited MaRS Discovery District, Canada’s largest tech, and IT innovation hub. In the period of 2011 to 2014, the startup companies emerging from MaRS had raised over $750 million in capital investments.

The third day of the ICT mission to Canada, Ukrainian IT companies spent in Hamilton, a powerful industrial center. The Ukrainian delegation had the opportunity to visit CoMotion on King (one of the largest coworking networks in Southern Ontario).

The Ukrainian delegation also visited the DMZ accelerator – Ryerson University’s innovative business incubator for early-stage technology startups.

‘Thanks to the support and mentoring of the CUTIS project, we met Canadian companies and e-learning specialists. I am confident that these meetings will grow into a successful international eLearning partnership,’ Miroslav Botsula, Co-founder and CEO of Davintoo Ukraina said.

The ICT mission to Canada is the part of U CAN Export program provided by the CUTIS project.

The Canada-Ukraine Trade and Investment Support (CUTIS) Project is a 5-year (2016-2021) Canadian development assistance initiative designed to lower poverty in Ukraine through increasing exports from Ukraine to Canada and investment from Canada to Ukraine.

The CUTIS project implements U CAN EXPORT Support Program in five priority sectors: clothing, footwear, furniture, confectionery, and IT services.