"Even the scandal following the Sochi Olympics in 2014 did not deter the FSB from continuing its efforts to "win" international competitions through corrupt methods: abandoning the myth of national superiority would be a mortal danger for the Putin's regime," said anti-corruption activist Alex Konanykhin, CEO of TransparentBusiness.” - Le Temps, Switzerland, Dec 9, 2019
On January 31st, the General Assembly of New Jersey approved the bill suggested by Alex Konanykhin, CEO of TransparentBusiness. 76 Assembly members voted for the bill. Not a single Assembly member opposed the bill.
TransparentBusiness has raised more than 20 million through its Global Private Offering and thus became the first "pink unicorn" to overcome the gender bias in Venture Capital financing, where only 2.2% of capital goes to companies with female co-founders and only 0.4% - to startups led by Latin American women.
AlleyWatch interviewed CEO Alex Konanykhin to learn more about the state of remote work, the company’s future plans, and recent Initial Private Offering, which completely bypassed the venture process.
The Ukrainian Embassy to the United States will begin a campaign to support IT outsourcing to the country during its crisis with Russia. The slogan of the campaign, set to begin with an event at Ukrainian embassy in Washington, D.C. on April 29, is "Increase Profits. Support Democracy. Cloudsource to Ukraine."
Photo: With the Ambassador of Ukraine to the United States, introducing a joint initiative.