Perpetio Became a Member of the Lviv IT Cluster

a month ago   •   1 min read

By Mariia Yuskevych

Big news: Perpetio is now a member of the Lviv IT Cluster! This organization is bringing together tech companies, universities, and local governments to develop the IT industry and offer educational opportunities.

We are incredibly proud to be a part of Lviv IT Cluster — a community that is moving the Ukrainian tech sector forward. Probably each of us knows the value of being surrounded by people who always crave to improve, feel passionate about their work, and are ready to learn from each other. It is the simplest yet the best way to grow.

Joining  Lviv IT Cluster is our chance to get involved in knowledge-sharing events, exchange mobile app development expertise with colleagues through networking, and participate in social initiatives.

Ukraine is going through hard times right now because of the full-scale invasion, both socially and economically. Ukrainians need to unite more than ever — unite to help each other navigate the IT industry considering this new reality, share their experience, and build a strong tech community that represents Ukraine worldwide.

“For Perpetio it’s important to be a part of a community that shares our values and works on making Ukraine better. We are convinced that every member of the Lviv IT Cluster has something to present, from tech expertise to running a business and understanding the IT industry all in all. Nowadays, it is crucial as ever to unite and help each other out. We are sure that our collaboration with the Lviv IT Cluster will bring positive outcomes and are looking forward to the first projects together”, says Yuriy Berdnikov, CEO and Founder of Perpetio.

“Every day, Lviv IT Cluster works not only on projects for the development of the IT industry but also initiates new ones, aimed to support business operations, strengthen the Armed Forces, create a reliable rear, and bring Ukraine closer to victory. I welcome the Perpetio team to our community and hope for fruitful cooperation,”  adds Stepan Veselovskyi, CEO of the Lviv IT Cluster.

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