The respectable international ranking of Global Innovation Index has included Ukraine in the top 50 countries in the IT field in 2017 putting it ahead of such popular IT outsourcing countries as India, Philippines and Brazil.
Innovation corner at Ukraine House Toronto proved that it’s not empty words. Ukrainian business with the support of the Export Promotion Office, the Canada-Ukraine Chamber of Commerce (CUCC) and the CUTIS project, presented the latest innovation of Ukrainian high-tech. Each of the seven companies had something to surprise guests of the event.
- Technovator wireless charging systems capable of charging up to one hundred smartphones at a time
- The Infocom robot transmits the image of the environment
- The ISSP integrated solutions protect computer systems from hacking
- SolarGaps smart blinds do not only protect against the heat but also can transfer solar energy to the network, bringing passive earnings to the owner
- Educational technologies EdPro transform students’ learning into an exciting game
- Already popular in the USA Jelvix software developer presented a wide variety of their products
- The unique technology of artificial intelligence from Intela, which can help people determine their strong skills and choose the field of activity according to their talents
Ukrainian companies had a chance to present their products to Canadian businesses to set connections with potential partners and buyers.
Despite the fierce competition from countries such as India and China, Ukrainian ICT companies have great chances to succeed in establishing partnerships with Canadian companies.
We hope to hear good news regarding successful cooperation between Ukrainian high-tech companies and Canadian business 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.