Emerging Europe Talks Success and Failure — supporting local and global growth — with Valery Krasovsky

Earlier this year, Sigma Software Group, a Swedish-Ukrainian company, acquired a Kharkiv-based IT firm specialised in fintech, blockchain and telecommunication.

It has grown the number of IT engineers by over 30 per cent since the acquisition. It’s another step in the development of the company, established 19 years ago by five young IT developers and now providing software development solutions and IT-consulting to almost 200 customers all over the globe and ranking in the World’s Top 100 Outsourcing Firms by IAOP.

Valery Krasovsky, one of the founders and CEO of Sigma Software Group, speaks with Andrew Wrobel about the company’s growth over the last two decades and the support Sigma Software provides start-ups in both Ukraine, the rest of Europe and the United States.

Valery also shares the mistakes the company that have contributed to the company’s success and tips for young entrepreneurs that are embarking on the journey.

The episode can also be played on Apple Podcasts and other major podcast platforms.

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