Emerging Europe Talks IT with Mike Beares

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IT service providers from across emerging Europe, especially smaller ones and those from less-known geographies, often struggle to present their value proposition to international buyers looking to outsource to the region. Buyers do not always know where to look, for a start, nor can they be sure that the provider who may have recently approached them by email offers a decent standard of service.

Is finding a perfect match possible? 

In order to make the process simpler and smoother, Emerging Europe has partnered with Clutch, a US-based platform listing over 150,000 organisations, with more than 35,000 in-depth client reviews, specifically in the IT and business services sectors, to shine more light on service providers in the emerging Europe region. Together, we have launched a partner platform focused on the emerging Europe region.

To discuss this new initiative, as well as much more, Andrew Wrobel speaks with Mike Beares, the founder of ClutchPrior to Clutch, Mike led a team of solution managers in the consulting and systems integration unit of Unisys Corporation. Earlier in his career, he worked in management consulting advising both Fortune 500 companies and smaller start-ups.

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