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We are creating 18 Stages on this 6 Section: Mobile Dev, Artificial Intelligence, Design, VR/AR & Game, Cyber Security, StartUp. Write to us if you have any proposal.

Section Mobile Dev:

  • iOS
  • Android
  • Wearable devices

Section AI:

  • Machine Learning
  • Neural network & BigData
  • Robotech

Section Design:

  • Design Thinking
  • Art Direction
  • UI/UX

Section VR & Game:

  • GameDev
  • AR/VR
  • 3D

Section Cyber Security:

  • DevOps
  • Cyber security
  • Blockchain

Section Product Dev:

  • Fundraising
  • Business Dev
  • Marketing
  • StartUp Alley & Pitching

Speakers

Aga Deszczka

Aga Deszczka

Facebook Data Science&Product Recruitment, United Kingdom

Anina Net

Anina Net

CEO at 360Fashion, China

Yuval Kfir

Yuval Kfir

Senior firmware engineer at Mellanox Technologies

Max Frai

Max Frai

CEO book-audio.com

Alexander Shlygin

Alexander Shlygin

Solution Consultant, Unity Technologies

Daniel Marcovitch

Daniel Marcovitch

Senior firmware engineer at Mellanox Technologies

Nina Levchuk

Nina Levchuk

leader (Women Google Ukraine) manager Google, Ireland

Evheniy Polonuchko

Evheniy Polonuchko

BI/DWH Architect. Pass Chapter Leader, Microsoft

Stoyan Yankov

Stoyan Yankov

Partner & Producer at Level Up Pictures

Vlad Shvets

Vlad Shvets

Growth Marketer at Vectr, Taiwan

Gill Bloch

Gill Bloch

Principal Architect at Mellanox Technologies

Denis Sudilkovsky

Denis Sudilkovsky

Head of Products Design в ЛУН.ua

Vadim Kuzmenko

Vadim Kuzmenko

Application Engineer/Data Scientist, Oracle, USA

Yuriy Milutin

Yuriy Milutin

COO The8760, Ukraine

Yuriy Kostenko

Yuriy Kostenko

Manager Partner "Front Pictures", Ukraine

Denis Dovgal

Denis Dovgal

Founder at doodlevideo.me

Roman Boіchuk

Roman Boіchuk

Visual designer, motion and 3D graphics

Shadi Al'lababidi Paterson

Shadi Al'lababidi Paterson

CEO & Head of Growth for the 8760. Data-driven Marketing specialist focusing on ICO's, blockchain and fin-Tech based businesses, United Kingdom

Stanislav Rapp

Stanislav Rapp

Former Lead Product Designer at Matic

Andrey Umansky

Andrey Umansky

Product Owner at Evo

Anton Vokrug

Anton Vokrug

Co-Owner at DataProm

Eugene Pilyankevich

Eugene Pilyankevich

CTO, CEO Cossack Labs UA

Jonathan Mall

Jonathan Mall

Founder & CEO в Neuro-Flash.com and ex. IBM

Ivan Besarab

Ivan Besarab

Dirrector at Itperspective

Sergii Valiukh

Sergii Valiukh

Artdirector в tubik.arts

Roman Vabishchevich

Roman Vabishchevich

CEO/Co-Owner в SE7ENSKY

Darina Chernyshova

Darina Chernyshova

QA Automation Engineer

Kudrenko Oleg

Kudrenko Oleg

Co-Founder/CTO в Báchoo Design Studio

Dmytro Aranchiy

Dmytro Aranchiy

Owner, Chief Architect в Dmytro Aranchii Architects

Igor Vertakov

Igor Vertakov

CEO & Founder в ArtCraft

Dmitry Maydanyuk

Dmitry Maydanyuk

Senior analyst @ Fraudhunt

Maxim Lyashenko

Maxim Lyashenko

Intermid Android developer in Softserve

Igor Podoprygora

Igor Podoprygora

Founder and Lead Designer в Co-openhagen

Alexander Landa

Alexander Landa

Regional Sales Director | Datameer

Bogdan Repekh

Bogdan Repekh

Producer at Elyland LLC

Mykola Apostol

Mykola Apostol

Senior UI/UX designer at Cogniance

Volodymur Smirnov

Volodymur Smirnov

Design director в Spiilka Design Büro

Dimitri Nowicki

Dimitri Nowicki

Senior Researcher of the Institute of Cybernetics of NASU

Denis Reznik

Denis Reznik

Data Architect в Intapp

Roman Kravchenko

Roman Kravchenko

Founder в IoT Hub

Dmytro Nesvitailov

Dmytro Nesvitailov

CEO Wi-Fino

Anton Mamchenko

Anton Mamchenko

Senior Developer at Debitoor

Michael Obrizkiv

Michael Obrizkiv

UX/UI designer, art-director, founder at Open Design School (London)

Anastasiia Vixentael

Anastasiia Vixentael

Mobile Tech Lead @ CossackLabs

Adrian Chestnykh

Adrian Chestnykh

Blockchain Solutions Architect в Provectus, Ukraine

Dmytro Kryshtal

Dmytro Kryshtal

PR & Marketing Director в Cryptodealers

Дмитро Лавриненко

Дмитро Лавриненко

DevOps Architect в SoftServe

Sergey Vasilchuk

Sergey Vasilchuk

CEO at Attic Lab

Oleg Novosad

Oleg Novosad

Founder and CEO в Severenity Senior Mobile Software Engineer в SoftServe

Pavlo Lenets

Pavlo Lenets

CEO в Arrible VR

Oleg Voronko

Oleg Voronko

Founder в Acumen Labs

Volodymyr Shymanskyy

Volodymyr Shymanskyy

Co-Owner/Architect в Blynk

Taykalo Paul

Taykalo Paul

Software Engineer «Stanfy»

Alex Andrusevich

Alex Andrusevich

Level designer at Vostok Games

Ehor Shishenok

Ehor Shishenok

Director "Якість гарантовано"

Olexiy Baranovsky

Olexiy Baranovsky

Director at Kiev Cyber Academy

Igor Ovcharenko

Igor Ovcharenko

Business Developer at Seedstars

Jan Keil

Jan Keil

VP Marketing Infopulse, Advisor bei REMME, Flux Games

Alex Reznichenko

Alex Reznichenko

Owner, Professional Engineer at Boteon.com

Ruslan Nazarenko

Ruslan Nazarenko

Brand Ambassador в Branch

Vladimir Kondriyanenko

Vladimir Kondriyanenko

UI/UX Designer в Kantar Retail Virtual Reality

Evheniy Polev

Evheniy Polev

UX Consultant в Ciklum

Anton Minashkin

Anton Minashkin

Software Developer at EPAM

Irina Manukovska

Irina Manukovska

Practice coordinator Digital marketing in Ukraine and Russia

Ilya Rodin

Ilya Rodin

Senior Android Engineer

Nestor Dubnevych

Nestor Dubnevych

Partner lexnet.io

Alex Vyznyuk

Alex Vyznyuk

Embedded developer/ R&D Engineer at Force

Bohdan Sas

Bohdan Sas

Founder в Helko

Vitaliy Tsybenko

Vitaliy Tsybenko

Founder & CEO в Virbox360

Evgeny Labunsky

Evgeny Labunsky

Partner, Scrum Trainer, Agile Coach at Scrum Ukraine

Sergey Dmytryshyn

Sergey Dmytryshyn

CEO Crowdin

Oleg  Puzanov

Oleg Puzanov

CEO and Co-Founder at Leantegra Inc.

Anna Lavrova

Anna Lavrova

Project manager at Haymarket Media Group

Artem Husak

Artem Husak

Co-founder and Instructor в ArtCraft

Daria Demchenko

Daria Demchenko

Coordinator Ukrainian Business Angel Network UAngel, Ukraine

Sergiy Grechukha

Sergiy Grechukha

Android Engineer at CloudMade

Pavel Dorokhovsky

Pavel Dorokhovsky

Lead character artist at game Metro: Last Light

Andrii Soldatenko

Andrii Soldatenko

CTO (Ethoos), Software engineer (Wargaming.net) и Senior Software Engineer (Toptal)

Dmitry Lavrinenko

Dmitry Lavrinenko

DevOps Architect at SoftServe

Vsevolod Polyakov

Vsevolod Polyakov

DevOps Engineer Grammarly, Ring.com, DataRobot.

Olga Kokoshko

Olga Kokoshko

Strategy Director / Partner Kinograf

Sergey Marin

Sergey Marin

Senior Vice-President Data Monetization at Otkritie Head of Big Data в Билайн

Ekaterina Korovkina

Ekaterina Korovkina

UX (User Experience)/Product Designer в ELEKS

Sergiy Yegorov

Sergiy Yegorov

3D COAT & Concept Artist

Mariya Pervyshina

Mariya Pervyshina

General Manager at Missingames

Igor Kanyuka

Igor Kanyuka

Production Engineer at Facebook

Nick Lototskiy

Nick Lototskiy

Technology Expert @Dev-Pro.net, Ukraine

Dzianis Dus

Dzianis Dus

Data science at InData Labs

Alec Vishmidt

Alec Vishmidt

Enterprize UX Consultant at Trinetix

Kyrulo Pervyshin

Kyrulo Pervyshin

Founder, Gamedesigner, 3D-artist в Other Side Worlds

Andrey Tagansky

Andrey Tagansky

Chief Product Manager (Ewa.ua, Yola.com), Founder&CEO Nexstep

Maxim Parkhomenko

Maxim Parkhomenko

Founder at Prequel ( smart bags), Host at Explore Mode Podcast

Mikle Anokhin

Mikle Anokhin

Andoird Developer @ Dev-Pro.net

Inna Stelmakh

Inna Stelmakh

Co-founder of Tech Community UTEW

Andriy Blozva

Andriy Blozva

Associate Professor CISCO at NULESU

Vitaliy Yakushev

Vitaliy Yakushev

СЕО 10Guards Cyber Security Company

Alex Isachenko

Alex Isachenko

CEO and Co-Founder в CoreTeka

Olexandr Dziuba

Olexandr Dziuba

Founder and CEO at Sense.Vision

Evheniy Terpil

Evheniy Terpil

Data Scientist at YouScan

Pavlo Kuznetsov

Pavlo Kuznetsov

Email UX Manager (Contractor)

Roman Dutchak

Roman Dutchak

Vice President of R&D at NewAge IO

Yurii Artyukh

Yurii Artyukh

Chief technology officer at Coderiver

Dmitry Osipa

Dmitry Osipa

Founder at Pixpie

Aaron Chow

Aaron Chow

Tech developer focusing on Electrical Engineering

Vladimir Kirillov

Vladimir Kirillov

Head of R&D at ESM.one and Community Lead at #kievfprog

Oleksandr Baturevych

Oleksandr Baturevych

Founder (company) в Two Elephants

Oleksandr Kornuta

Oleksandr Kornuta

CTO в Boteon.com

Artem Bykovets

Artem Bykovets

Founder/CEO, QA & Agile Coach at Start-IT training center

Oleg Naumenko

Oleg Naumenko

CEO & Founder в Hideez

Myhaylo Granin

Myhaylo Granin

Representative of NEM Foundation

Denys Zhadanov

Denys Zhadanov

Vice President в Readdle

Dmytro Hanzhelo

Dmytro Hanzhelo

Chief Technical Officer at Innovation Development Lab

Mykola Perehinets

Mykola Perehinets

DevOps Engineer

Roman Opeida

Roman Opeida

Head of software development at Force

Andrew Tymchyshyn-Valevsky

Andrew Tymchyshyn-Valevsky

Project Coordinator Kyiv Smart City

Dmytro Zaitsev

Dmytro Zaitsev

Mobile Team Lead at Lohika, Ukraine

Yuliya Polishchuk

Yuliya Polishchuk

Fashion designer

Sergii Kozyrev

Sergii Kozyrev

Mobile Team Lead, Lohika Kyiv.

Vlad Buslov

Vlad Buslov

Senior Engineer SM at Mellanox

Vitaliy Tkachenko

Vitaliy Tkachenko

Co-founder Wenger&Tkachenko Firm. Marketing director WOG

Ksenia Kazakova

Ksenia Kazakova

Project Manager в Na-starte

Evgeny Kudryavchenko

Evgeny Kudryavchenko

Director at Vintage Web Production

Dmitry Matviiv

Dmitry Matviiv

Director of Business Development Virgil Security, Inc.

Vlad Kotov

Vlad Kotov

Founder and CEO at Robo.House

Vladimir Zabotskyi

Vladimir Zabotskyi

None

Artem Afian

Artem Afian

Manager Partner at Juscutum

Schedule

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11:00
Gill Bloch

Gill Bloch, Principal Architect at Mellanox Technologies

Scaling Machine Learning – Enabling Enhanced GPU Performance for AI (en)

Come join us, and learn how to build a data-centric GPU cluster for artificial intelligence. Mellanox is a leader in high-performance, scalable, low-latency network interconnects for both InfiniBand and Ethernet. We will briefly present the state of the art techniques for distributed machine learning, and what special requirements they impose on the system, followed by an overview of interconnect technologies used to scale and accelerate distributed machine learning including RDMA, NVIDIA's GPUDirect technology and in-network computing used to accelerate large scale deployments in HPC and artificial intelligence.
12:00
Daniel Marcovitch

Daniel Marcovitch, Senior firmware engineer at Mellanox Technologies

FirmwaREvolution – from micro controller to micro apps (en)

As hardware provides faster and more complex offloads, the traditional firmware role as a low-level controller is rapidly expanding to exciting new directions. Together we’ll explore some of the exciting new technologies being developed in firmware for the new generation of Mellanox network adapters
13:00
Denis Reznik

Denis Reznik, Data Architect в Intapp

How the query optimizer works in databases

The query optimizer is the most interesting and probably the most difficult part of the database engine. Its task is to get a query plan. You will ask why we need it? In order for us to think less about how to correctly get data at the physical level, and focus on the logic of the application. In this report, we will discuss, as basic principles of building a query plan, that advanced conversion rules, which allow you to build an effective plan. And the knowledge, gained during the report will help to better understand, why we are getting exactly such a plan of implementation and why it is good or bad.
15:00
Vadim Kuzmenko

Vadim Kuzmenko, Application Engineer/Data Scientist, Oracle, USA

How to go from a hypothesis to a result and what pitfalls you can stumble upon.

16:00
Dzianis Dus

Dzianis Dus, Data science at InData Labs

Probabilistic Modeling In Deep Learning

17:00
Dimitri Nowicki

Dimitri Nowicki, Senior Researcher of the Institute of Cybernetics of NASU

Machine learning in bioinformatics and signal processing of neural activity

11:00
Taykalo Paul

Taykalo Paul, Software Engineer «Stanfy»

Why do we still (not) write tests in iOS?

In this report, we will not be asked by lengthy questions whether tests are needed or not. You yourself know the answer
- Why should we (not) write tests
- Situations and types of projects in which tests are needed, and in which are directly contraindicated
- How and what to "test" correctly
- Why is not 100% coverage of tests on the door in the aeroplane does not give a guarantee to fly somewhere
- Rewrite cannot be tested
- When all the same it is necessary to throw everything and start again
- Economic integrity of tests
- "I'm not crying for you to fix bugs"
12:00
Ivan Besarab

Ivan Besarab, Dirrector at Itperspective

iOS pros and cons. MythBusters. Nowadays reality.

How to learn?
The role of the university
Iron vs Synthetics
Scaling
Routines
Swift vs Objective-C
Restrictions
Privacy
Overcomplicated tasks and real cases experience
13:00
Roman Vabishchevich

Roman Vabishchevich, CEO/Co-Owner в SE7ENSKY

Creating Mobile Apps being a Front-end developer

    1. Cross-platform mobile application. Pros and cons.
    2. Tools for creating cross-platform mobs. application.
  • React Native
  • Cordova
  • Ionic
  • NativeScript
    • 3. Submerged rocks.
      4. Real cases of cross-platform mobile applications.
    15:00
    Vladimir Kirillov

    Vladimir Kirillov, Head of R&D at ESM.one and Community Lead at #kievfprog

    Haskell for Swift Developers

    Haskell is a dump of top ideas from Computer Science with a 25-year history. Swift distilled many ideas from Haskell, but many of them are not visible on the surface. Vladimir will tell you about his favourite ideas Haskell, which appeared in Swift, and also will try to guess what can be in Swift in 5 years.
    16:00
    Darina Chernyshova

    Darina Chernyshova, QA Automation Engineer

    Automated testing of mobile applications: problems and solutions

      1. Using conditional expectations (replace expected conditions, use functional programming)
      2. Common code at the test level, platform-separated modules at the level of interaction with UI - use dagger
      3. Transferring steps to the API level - we use the developer model. The advantage of a common language.
      4. "Tests for tests ": checking of commonly used components
      5. We use moks responders for heavy queries - mountebank
      6. Minor tricks in working with the yuan (soapy, work with the text)
    17:00
    Roman Vabishchevich

    Panel discuss (Roman Vabishchevich, Roman Dutchak, Yurii Artyukh, Dmitry Osipa)

    11:00
    Evgeny Kudryavchenko

    Evgeny Kudryavchenko, Director at Vintage Web Production

    To be announced

    12:00
    Oleg Voronko

    Oleg Voronko, Founder в Acumen Labs

    Problem solving through design thinking

    Design thinking is becoming an increasingly popular topic for discussion in the business environment. As a rule, only the process itself and the tools used are often mentioned and discussed. But so far little is said about its practical significance for business.
    It's time to fill this gap and talk about design thinking from a pragmatic point of view.
    - Where did the design thinking come from and why is it needed?
    - What problems need to be solved with the help of design thinking, and which ones - in no event?
    - "Where's the money?" or why should companies invest in the introduction of design thinking?
    13:00
    Ekaterina Korovkina

    Ekaterina Korovkina, UX (User Experience)/Product Designer в ELEKS

    A Designer’s Guide to Product Discovery

    Every product starts from chaos. We’ll review several real cases and discuss what’s a designer’s role in product success.
  • - What is product discovery and why does it matter?
  • - What if stakeholders think different?
  • - When to use which methods?
  • - Discovery in delivery
  • 15:00
    Michael Obrizkiv

    Michael Obrizkiv, UX/UI designer, art-director, founder at Open Design School (London)

    Informal design education and it's importance for the industry

    With publishing technology advancements (both online and offline) more and more people from different backgrounds are creating visual content. Having basic visual design skills can empower you to create more engaging content, work with designers more efficiently, evolve your personal business and much more.
    16:00
    Anton Mamchenko

    Anton Mamchenko, Senior Developer at Debitoor

    Why the frontend developers need to understand the design

    For a developer, design is a separate universe, into which, as a rule, no one looks. I will try to inspire programmers to pay attention to the design, share all the ways to design and test the design, communicate the programmer-designer and talk about how to make the work of both more pleasant and easier.
    17:00
    Evgeny Labunsky

    Evgeny Labunsky, Partner, Scrum Trainer, Agile Coach at Scrum Ukraine

    Features of modern business and Agile approaches

  • The tool for creating innovations in real time.
  • How to switch from conversations to action.
  • Destroy the myths that creating an innovative product is long and difficult.
  • 11:00
    Alex Andrusevich

    Alex Andrusevich, Level designer at Vostok Games

    Level design in Unreal Engine

    12:00
    Igor Podoprygora

    Igor Podoprygora, Founder and Lead Designer в Co-openhagen

    “dream project” in GameDev

    In small or one-man teams we are forced to take on cross-disciplinary roles and multitask. But we cannot possibly learn everything from each field nor is it needed. This compact talk is juice from Marketing, Product Design, User Experience Design, Art Direction and tad of Project management practices that can be easily digested and applied to improve your product, process and quality of life.
    Starting a new project A common scenario that I see with beginners in gamedev - is a pursuit to release their “dreamproject”. While there is nothing wrong in working with you passionate dreams - you have to do a reality check if you want to turn your hobby into a business.
    Here a few things to consider:
    Audience; Marketing; Early and continuous testing; Improving your product
    Who can be interested:
    - Beginners in game development
    - Artists, art directors, designers from small gamedev studios
    - Small or one-man indie team
    13:00
    Pavel Dorokhovsky

    Pavel Dorokhovsky, Lead character artist at game Metro: Last Light

    Get into gamedev and stay. Take off the rose-colored glasses

  • 1) how to get into game dev and whether it is worth the long term. courses \ self-development the desire to earn and the willpower how to choose stylistics and understand your way
  • 2) How to catch the balance if you have already hit. self-motivation and how to withstand it Do you need overtime in the modern world? freelance and pitfalls
  • 3) game dev with a beard, creative stagnation and how not to fall into apathy what to do if not worth it Looking to the future, is there an alternative to going alternatives to development"
  • 15:00
    Alexander Shlygin

    Alexander Shlygin, Solution Consultant, Unity Technologies

    Unity 2017.2 and so one

    The new generation of Unity 2017 platform for creating games and interactive VR / AR applications has emerged more recently. From this lecture, You will find out what is available in the newest version of Unity 2017.2 and what is already, for release in the next version, what new features developers, designers and artists have received, and what else can you do with Unity surround games.
    16:00
    Sergiy Yegorov

    Sergiy Yegorov, 3D COAT & Concept Artist

    Using 3D-Coat for 2D artists

    17:00
    Mariya Pervyshina

    Mariya Pervyshina, General Manager at Missingames

    Accelerators: an application for success or a waste of time?

    In the world, there is a huge number of growth opportunities, including for gaming studios. What is an accelerator? Why such programs are needed in the gaming industry, what are their pros and cons and what accelerators should be taken into account to the development teams?
    18:00
    Olexandr Dziuba

    Olexandr Dziuba, Founder and CEO at Sense.Vision

    The big liars: playtests against Jobbs and Ford

    11:00
    Vsevolod Polyakov

    Vsevolod Polyakov, DevOps Engineer Grammarly, Ring.com, DataRobot.

    HYIP driven Development: Devops and containers

    Everyone is just crazy. New words come from all the cracks. The department of sysadmins was urgently renamed the Devops and shoved into a container, loaded onto a whale and started to call half of the developers SRE, and the other was forced to introduce Continuous Delivery. In this report I will try to understand the causes of the HYIP and what to do with it.
    12:00
    Nick Lototskiy

    Nick Lototskiy, Technology Expert @Dev-Pro.net, Ukraine

    As one JS whole world fed or Creation of a fast food restaurant network infrastructure in JavaScript.

    13:00
    Dmytro Hanzhelo

    Dmytro Hanzhelo, Chief Technical Officer at Innovation Development Lab

    Practice DevOps on a real example

    15:00
    Mykola Perehinets

    Mykola Perehinets, DevOps Engineer

    We will investigate into the use of Golang in conjunction with enterprise backups and system configuration management

    We will investigate the use Golang in conjunction with enterprise backup and by configuration management.
    16:00
    Vlad Buslov

    Vlad Buslov, Senior Engineer SM at Mellanox

    ASAP2 Project for Open VSwitch hardware offload.

    Starting from ConnectX-4 series of NICs, Mellanox supports accelerated virtual switching capability in server NIC hardware through the ASAP2 feature.
    With a pipeline-based programmable eSwitch built into the NIC, ConnectX-4/5 can handle a large portion of the packet processing operations in hardware.
    Built on top of these enhanced NIC hardware capabilities, ASAP2 provides a programmable, high-performance and highly efficient hardware forwarding plane that can work seamlessly with the SDN control plane.
    11:00
    Andrew Tymchyshyn-Valevsky

    Andrew Tymchyshyn-Valevsky, Project Coordinator Kyiv Smart City

    Smart city services and projects. The role of the IT community in the development of the digital infrastructure in Kiev.

    12:00
    Nestor Dubnevych

    Nestor Dubnevych, Partner lexnet.io

    Tokenized start-ups: reasons for popularity and legal challenges

  • the process of fundraising by launching the ICO;
  • about the advantages and disadvantages of ICO over classical VC;
  • about the legal challenges faced by ISO projects.
  • 13:00
    Dmytro Nesvitailov

    Dmytro Nesvitailov, CEO Wi-Fino

    What is Wi-Fi marketing and why does it work?

    15:00
    Daria Demchenko

    Daria Demchenko, Coordinator Ukrainian Business Angel Network UAngel, Ukraine

    How to learn to evaluate yourself and your startup. A case for selling your product to anyone.

  • how to search for all information in order to adequately assess the self and your product at the first stages of the startup.
  • what rules do you need to learn in order to attract people?
  • why the presentation of the product is so important.
  • why not all start-ups can enter the market.
  • The real situation on the market.
  • 16:00
    Shadi Al'lababidi Paterson

    Shadi Al'lababidi Paterson, CEO & Head of Growth for the 8760. Data-driven Marketing specialist focusing on ICO's, blockchain and fin-Tech based businesses, United Kingdom

    Venture capital and ICO (en)

  • ICO is the killer of the venture funds?
  • Why institutional investors are slow with investment?
  • The interest of venture funds in the records of the blockchain?
  • Why should a business angel or investment fund invest in your project?
  • The main questions that should be answered for each project before the ICO or by attracting a round of investments.
  • 17:00
    Ehor Shishenok

    Ehor Shishenok, Director "Якість гарантовано"

    What does the investor have in mind? And how to work with it?

      1. Where can I get money to develop a startup or just my company? Classification of options.
      2. Classification of investors.
      3. What should I have to increase the chances of attracting investment? List of necessary
      4. Algorithm for submitting information about the project.
      5. How to convince the investor (creditor, patron) that you need investments and that you can be trusted? Recommendations.
      6. Building the foundation of the future enterprise.
      7. How not to stay with nothing? How not to break up the team? What if nothing happened? What if it worked out?
    11:00
    Sergey Marin

    Sergey Marin, Senior Vice-President Data Monetization at Otkritie Head of Big Data в Билайн

    How to curb Big Data in business.

    12:00
    Vlad Kotov

    Vlad Kotov, Founder and CEO at Robo.House

    Laboratory of the Future

    12:30
    Alex Isachenko

    Alex Isachenko, CEO and Co-Founder в CoreTeka

    How DataScience helps solve business problems in retail and logistics

    The report will consider:
    - Why should classical business use Data Science?
    - What are the benefits of the business and the end user?
    - Cases of using Data Science in retail and logistics.
    13:00
    Jonathan Mall

    Jonathan Mall, Founder & CEO в Neuro-Flash.com and ex. IBM

    Massive media manipulation with machine learning (en)

    Neuro Flash is a marketing intelligence institute, using Big Data and Neuromarketing to understand, predict and influence how people react to persuasive content.
    15:00
    Evheniy Terpil

    Evheniy Terpil, Data Scientist at YouScan

    Using Machine Learning to analyze data from social media

    16:00
    Anton Vokrug

    Anton Vokrug, Co-Owner at DataProm

    Practical use of "big data" in business

    17:00
    Andrii Soldatenko

    Andrii Soldatenko, CTO (Ethoos), Software engineer (Wargaming.net) и Senior Software Engineer (Toptal)

    How elephants survive in big data environments?

    I'm going to go with you through a journey of one of the interesting part of PostgreSQL database is phrase search, how to add it to your current project, I’ll show you benchmarks of full iTunes database with more than 2,3 millions of apps. We cover how smart PostgreSQL phrase search and how to rank results. Also, I would love to show you different ranking strategies and how to use it. Also, I’ll cover PostgreSQL 10 new Full-text search abilities in JSON.
    11:00
    Sergiy Grechukha

    Sergiy Grechukha, Android Engineer at CloudMade

    Android Gradle plugin tricks around application build time

    How best to organize the structure of the project: individual modules or all in one?
    Why does the application compile for so long and what factors affect it?
    What tools can be used to measure and analyze the project's compilation process?
    Why break the application into modules at all?
    12:00
    Ilya Rodin

    Ilya Rodin, Senior Android Engineer

    Over-engineering and how to avoid it when developing an application for Android.

    Over-engineering, as a phenomenon has many sides. This may be an attempt to "tighten" those with which you are accustomed to working or those with whom you like to work on tasks that require a completely different approach. Perhaps the developers are simply carried away by the process and instead of solving the real problems of the product are engaged in the creation of abstractions for the sake of abstractions, or the like. Forgetting that the best is the enemy of good, and the software product is written not for its developers, but for its users, we get a situation where the desire for an "ideal solution" kills the product just more often than its "clumsy" implementation. Within the framework of this report, on the example of several tasks and approaches to their solution, I want to tell you how to not go beyond the limit after which you are already writing a code for the code, and for the purpose of solving the problem.
    13:00
    Maxim Lyashenko

    Maxim Lyashenko, Intermid Android developer in Softserve

    The main problems with laying out an application

      1. Statistics of the application market. Problems in laying out in figures
      2. Understanding the main idea. Understanding the market, your customer
      3. Business component. Monetization
      5. Programming. What do you need to consider?
      6. Standard bugs. How can I find and fix them?
      7. Testing: permanent and final.
      8. Design
      9. Statistics
      10. Miscellaneous
    15:00
    Anton Minashkin

    Anton Minashkin, Software Developer at EPAM

    Performance: How to build an app instead of slideshow

  • Performance tips, tricks and fails.
  • The horror story based on the real life
  • 16:00
    Mikle Anokhin

    Mikle Anokhin, Andoird Developer @ Dev-Pro.net

    Productivity Hero - Know Your Tools

    Let's push our IDE to the limits.
    Save valuable space.
    Work proficiently without a mouse.
    Investigate hidden features.
    Simplify development process with plugins and external tools.
    Learn useful tips and tricks for day to day development.
    17:00
    Dmytro Zaitsev

    Dmytro Zaitsev, Mobile Team Lead at Lohika, Ukraine

    Coroutines in Kotlin

    Modern programming cannot be imagined without long-running operations such as CPU-intensive computations or blocking IO running in the background. Unfortunately, having too many active threads is very expensive and kills performance, but there's a solution - coroutines. They provide a way to avoid blocking a thread and replace it with a cheaper and more controllable operation: suspension of a coroutine.
    I'll talk about generators/yield, async/await, channels, composable/delimited continuations, and its usage; consider available APIs and make the overview of standard kotlinx.coroutines library."
    11:00
    Andrey Umansky

    Andrey Umansky, Product Owner at Evo

    Management and motivation of creative teams

    Features management of creative team. 3 big mistakes in motivating a creative person. The conditions necessary for effective leadership of the creative team.
    12:00
    Stanislav Rapp

    Stanislav Rapp, Former Lead Product Designer at Matic

    Design Critique and why it’s SO important

  • How to give a good critique?
  • How to receive critique well?
  • How to run critique sessions?
  • 13:00
    Aga Deszczka

    Aga Deszczka, Facebook Data Science&Product Recruitment, United Kingdom

    Who's responsible for company's culture? (en)

    • - How important is maintaining the company's culture in process of building engineering and product teams?
    • - Should a start-up care about the culture and values at all?
    • - I will tell you more how Facebook scaled its culture while growing exponentially and about the way our hiring process keep up with our mission.
    15:00
    Stoyan Yankov

    Stoyan Yankov, Partner & Producer at Level Up Pictures

    Focus and Get the Right Things Done (en)

    What distinguishes the good companies from the best ones?
    Many factors, but undoubtedly - one of the most important ones is the discipline to stay focused and get the right things done as a team.
    In this talk - productivity coach Stoyan Yankov shares his best tools on how to be most effective as a company and build a habit to do what is right on a consistent basis.
    16:00
    Denis Dovgal

    Denis Dovgal, Founder at doodlevideo.me

    Creation and management of a remote team for service businesses.

    This report will be for those who manage the business and want to optimize the processes and work of the team.
    17:00
    Yuliya Polishchuk

    Yuliya Polishchuk, Fashion designer

    Digital transformation of art and fashion industry

    11:00
    Vitaliy Tsybenko

    Vitaliy Tsybenko, Founder & CEO в Virbox360

    Using VR / 360 content in a modern marketing strategy

    - modern types of content
    - why is it profitable to have your own VR360?
    - your consumer and his preferences
    - how to surprise and sell
    - integration into space
    12:00
    Bogdan Repekh

    Bogdan Repekh, Producer at Elyland LLC

    Virtual Reality experience: it’s not a Video Game

    I will talk about why the current hype about VR games is not justified, which financial performance in top games, and why the current business models of ordinary video games do not work with VR games.
            Also, let's talk about the physiological impact of VR on a person, why it is not necessary to rush to transfer the usual games to VR and to bet on it, and what niche for VR really is in demand and relevant, I will tell about my vision of VR development with examples.
    Key theses of the report:
    - The current state of the gaming industry in figures
    - The current state of the VR of the gaming industry in figures
    - Problems of VR games - production, marketing, install base, funnels,
    - Why do not the usual game business model work
    - What shall I do?
    - Influence of VR on physiology, restriction of the real world and organism
    - How to turn VR lacks into benefits
    - VR as expirience
    - VR game design as an industrial, non-gaming design
    - Examples of theme parks and entertainment use of VR
    13:00
    Vitaliy Tsybenko

    Panel discuss (Vitaliy Tsybenko, Vladimir Zabodskiy)

    Using VR / 360 content in a modern marketing strategy

    - modern types of content
    - why is it profitable to have your own VR360?
    - your consumer and his preferences
    - how to surprise and sell
    - integration into space
    15:00
    Pavlo Lenets

    Pavlo Lenets, CEO в Arrible VR

    What awaits us in terms of new VR / AR technologies in the next 2-4 years

    16:00
    Yuriy Kostenko

    Yuriy Kostenko, Manager Partner "Front Pictures", Ukraine

    Dome and spherical VR theaters.

    More than 100 years, cinema had come a long way: from silent black-and-white films to the high-tech industry with the multi-billion dollar. Format imaging also underwent changes from almost square 1:33:1 to panoramic 2.39:1. The media is also changing the 35 mm film, 70 mm, digital format.Thanks to the latest achievements of digital technologies, it became possible to create a "filmless" movie or "movie 360", where the image seems to surround the viewer, creating a feeling of complete presence inside what is happening.
    Is it time to go beyond the frame?
    What will the viewer choose: a classic movie or a full immersion?
    How are the cinemas of the future organized?
    How does the VR industry affect the development of technology and immersive storytelling?
    11:00
    Olexiy Baranovsky

    Olexiy Baranovsky, Director at Kiev Cyber Academy

    Safe development models

    12:00
    Eugene Pilyankevich

    Eugene Pilyankevich, CTO, CEO Cossack Labs UA

    Development of secure software and Open Source eyes of the project manager

    How to develop an open source correctly, including things in which information security and reliability are important, and use it in your own design with minimizing risks and problems. A topic is based on the experience of three years of public development design.
    13:00
    Anastasiia Vixentael

    Anastasiia Vixentael, Mobile Tech Lead @ CossackLabs

    Zero Knowledge Architectures for Mobile Applications

    With intensifying threat access, snooping governments and insecure-internet-of-everything, the importance of zero-knowledge application architectures and end-to-end trust, for things more complicated than simple messaging, becomes more and more obvious for the app developers.

  • We will talk about real-world problems that ZKA fights against, learn typical cryptographic designs and progress in different spheres of ZKA.
  • We will find out how to make data sharing, user collaboration on data in the cloud with your app provably secure.
  • 15:00
    Oleksandr Baturevych

    Oleksandr Baturevych, Founder (company) в Two Elephants

    Modern technologies to protect against cyberattacks and targeted threats based on Symantec solutions

    We will reveal the secrets of the Symantec team in the field of data protection. Why they are one of the top in the security market and what solutions they use to prevent a threat. In the report you will hear about three directions:
    1. Symantec Endpoint Protection
    2. Symantec Advanced Threat Protection Protection
    3. Symantec Data Center Security
    16:00
    Max Frai

    Max Frai, CEO book-audio.com

    Safety of wearable devices and IOT (on the example of bracelets Atlas Weekend)

    This lecture will focus on data security and cyber attack. How to minimize data loss and how to create a system of access levels with different rights.
    17:00
    Vitaliy Yakushev

    Vitaliy Yakushev, СЕО 10Guards Cyber Security Company

    Cybersecurity – the startup C-word

    Are hackers interested in startups?
    Is it necessary to defend yourself?
    And if they attack - who and for what purpose?
    The answers to these questions, as well as others you may be interested in, but no less important, can be obtained during the presentation on "Cybersecurity in startups
    18:00
    Andriy Blozva

    Andriy Blozva, Associate Professor CISCO at NULESU

    Cyber attacks of the modern world under a microscope

    The modern world can be calmly called the world of the future. And in this future, one must be sure. Will remain your privacy, information, credit accounts, your ideas. A large number of IoT devices, various applications, services and an unstable political situation in the world caused a wave of cyber attacks. Let's talk about the ways, causes, and implementation of the invasion. Possible options for protection and, most importantly, how influences the aspiration of socialization of man into society on cyber attacks.
    11:00
    Inna Stelmakh

    Inna Stelmakh, Co-founder of Tech Community UTEW

    Power of networking or always lunch alone. (en)

    In 2017, approximately 1,800,000 technological events will take place. Let's say you plan to visit 2-5 conferences a year (about 10 000 dollars). Now you are facing the task of turning these costs into opportunities: for you, your products and ideas. So, the opportunities are given to you by people whom you will meet at the conference. Inna Stelmakh will share the life hacks of networking before, during and after the conference, in order to build mutually beneficial connections.
    12:00
    Igor Ovcharenko

    Igor Ovcharenko, Business Developer at Seedstars

    Forget about Silicon Valley. Scale your tech heavy startup to emerging markets

    A lot of startups are trying to get into the Silicon Valley in order to start promoting and creating their own business/product. But nobody is paying attention to countries with evolve economies. These countries provide an opportunity without much competition not only to find investors but also to lift business to high levels. How to find opportunities in such countries, how to use them and what to do, you can find out at this lecture.
    13:00
    Artem Bykovets

    Artem Bykovets, Founder/CEO, QA & Agile Coach at Start-IT training center

    Design Thinking + Scrum - squeeze the maximum for users

    The Scrum Framework says nothing about where and when to conduct UX research and how do they get into the Product Backlog, leading to criticism from UX specialists. But it is not a word about the place architects and design, not about regression testing and more. These moments of your processes are very important because the creators of Scrum gave them into your experience and common sense. In the presentation, I will discuss how you can apply Design Thinking together with Scrum to create the app
    16:00
    Vlad Shvets

    Vlad Shvets, Growth Marketer at Vectr, Taiwan

    Creating and executing on the go to market strategy

    Entering the market means not only having a good product, but also a strategy for promoting it. Even if you have an innovative business but there is no building of a marketing plan, we will go to the bottom. We will teach you how to structure and implement the plan of advertising and filing your product in order to reach the top of your stage in a short time. Why it is necessary to learn from competitors and do the opposite.
    17:00
    Anna Lavrova

    Anna Lavrova, Project manager at Haymarket Media Group

    If you do not have enough drama in life - do business

  • I will tell you not a fake story about creating a business.
  • The situation on the market 5 years ago and that has now changed.
  • Why not all can be businessmen.
  • What lessons must be learned in order not to be in the minuses and succeed?
  • 18:00
    Bohdan Sas

    Bohdan Sas, Founder в Helko

    Fundraising in Valley: before-takeoff checklist for startups

    I'll tell you by what criteria an investor is evaluated by startups and what should be taken into account in order to attract attention to their startup, and at the end I will share a ready checklist, having adjusted my chances to raise money and (suddenly) make a useful product increase.
    11:00
    Igor Kanyuka

    Igor Kanyuka, Production Engineer at Facebook

    Q&A: Facebook infrastructure, Production engineering, Ireland

    12:00
    Alex Reznichenko

    Alex Reznichenko, Owner, Professional Engineer at Boteon.com

    Development of ground-based robotic systems for the elimination and prevention of a terrorist threat.

    12:00
    Oleksandr Kornuta

    Oleksandr Kornuta, CTO в Boteon.com

    To be announced

    13:00
    Dmitry Maydanyuk

    Dmitry Maydanyuk, Senior analyst @ Fraudhunt

    Detection of clickfrog in real time using machine learning

    The report will deal with mechanisms for detecting poor-quality traffic using computer-assisted learning algorithms. The features of building / teaching the model, as well as its application in the realities of high loads, will be considered.
    15:00
    Aaron Chow

    Aaron Chow, Tech developer focusing on Electrical Engineering

    3D printing, the next Industrial revolution.

    Session about how additive technologies give engineers the flexibility to iterate through a design more times in a given timeframe and how closer to production ready prototypes can be created in record amounts of time
    16:00
    Alex Vyznyuk

    Alex Vyznyuk, Embedded developer/ R&D Engineer at Force

    From an ambitious idea to a platinum accelerator

    Let's talk about popular technologies for wearable devices in the healthcare sector, problems in designing and testing. Also, we'll tell you how to get into the top world accelerators and look at them from the inside.
    16:00
    Roman Opeida

    Roman Opeida, Head of software development at Force

    From an ambitious idea to a platinum accelerator

    Let's talk about popular technologies for wearable devices in the healthcare sector, problems in designing and testing. Also, we'll tell you how to get into the top world accelerators and look at them from the inside.
    17:00
    Yuval Kfir

    Yuval Kfir, Senior firmware engineer at Mellanox Technologies

    Fast Deployment of Switching Features in Data Centers – Verification is Key Factor (en)

    Discuss the challenges to make sure new switch silicon technology works and can be deployed in data centers as fast as possible. How can we improve time to market with implementing new software and hardware technologies
    18:00
    Oleg Naumenko

    Oleg Naumenko, CEO & Founder в Hideez

    Identification into the digital world, or “Whiskers, paws and tail are my documentary"

    11:00
    Volodymyr Shymanskyy

    Volodymyr Shymanskyy, Co-Owner/Architect в Blynk

    Developer to Product Engineer evolution

    Discover the secrets of how fast a simple programmer to become an architect of the software! With what difficulties you will meet. Why this topic is so popular. I will give you tools for improving your work performance.
    12:00
    Maxim Parkhomenko

    Maxim Parkhomenko, Founder at Prequel ( smart bags), Host at Explore Mode Podcast

    CREATING SUCCESSFUL CONSUMER HARDWARE COMPANY (en)

    1. Where Are The Money.
    2. Startups That Do It Right
    3. Expect the Failure
    4. Most Asked Questions: Survival Guide&Tips
    13:00
    Evheniy Polonuchko

    Evheniy Polonuchko, BI/DWH Architect. Pass Chapter Leader, Microsoft

    Personal Business Intelligence with PowerBI in 5 minutes

    One of the easiest and coolest tools for analysis and data visualization is PowerBI. And this is not advertising, but reality. With this tool you can analyze almost any data source, but most importantly it is easy to learn, a few mouse clicks and the report is ready. Do not believe, come to the report, I will show you how with this tool you can analyze open data
    15:00
    Oleg Novosad

    Oleg Novosad, Founder and CEO в Severenity Senior Mobile Software Engineer в SoftServe

    AR battle between Google and Apple

  • Life before AR sdk
  • ARKit & ARCore - all you need to know now
  • ARKit vs ARCore comparison
  • Practical example of the same app using both
  • AR future - predictions
  • 16:00
    Anina Net

    Anina Net, CEO at 360Fashion, China

    IoT, wearable devices and design of future clothing

    17:00
    Anina Net

    Anina Net, CEO at 360Fashion, China

    Workshop

    11:00
    Vladimir Kondriyanenko

    Vladimir Kondriyanenko, UI/UX Designer в Kantar Retail Virtual Reality

    Implementation of the design system in the product team

  • what is a design system
  • what are the best practices for creating and implementing on the example of our team
  • how to establish interaction with developers and what to do if there is more than one designer in the team.
  • 12:00
    Denis Sudilkovsky

    Denis Sudilkovsky, Head of Products Design в ЛУН.ua

    The practice of formulating and testing design hypotheses in a product

    13:00
    Volodymur Smirnov

    Volodymur Smirnov, Design director в Spiilka Design Büro

    Design thinking in practice

    I will tell you how the principles of design thinking that we apply when developing applications and sites smoothly flow into everyday life
    15:00
    Evheniy Polev

    Evheniy Polev, UX Consultant в Ciklum

    Alternative ways of generating and prioritizing claims based on the methodology of Jobs to be done

    How to start doing right things instead of trying to do things right
    -Identifying which job your product is hired for
    -Job story vs User story
    -Find your real competitors
    -Create value proposition
    -Story mapping as a tool for prioritization
    16:00
    Alec Vishmidt

    Alec Vishmidt, Enterprize UX Consultant at Trinetix

    That the designer draw from the game of development

    17:00
    Pavlo Kuznetsov

    Pavlo Kuznetsov, Email UX Manager (Contractor)

    How product designer and marketing manager will evolve into one profession in the future

    Why designers and marketers duplicate each other’s work
    The rise of t-shaped product experts
    How AI and automation will unite these professions in the future
    11:00
    Dmytro Aranchiy

    Dmytro Aranchiy, Owner, Chief Architect в Dmytro Aranchii Architects

    Сomputing architecture

    Dmytro Aranchii will tell you about computing architecture and how algorithms help to create space.

    In this topic, he will touch aspects of the artefact (in particular collective) intelligence in the architecture of design. As an example, he will use the London project of modular behavioural robots noMad and projects of the Dmytro Aranchii Architects workshop.

    In general, Dmytro will speak about the architecture of future, what is in use already today.

    12:00
    Roman Boіchuk

    Roman Boіchuk, Visual designer, motion and 3D graphics

    How to choose a software for a beginner designer

    - Let's get acquainted with the software suitable for starting a career in design
    - Talk about how to choose the best software for a beginner designer for the cinema, advertising and gaming industry
    - Let's consider what software on what sphere is more focused
    - Сonsider the main established "bundles" of programs in companies
    - Presentation of the course "basic course 2d animation for games"
    13:00
    Pavlo Lenets

    Pavlo Lenets, CEO в Arrible VR

    Безусловный доход. Современные технологии в социальных сферах.

    15:00
    Kyrulo Pervyshin

    Kyrulo Pervyshin, Founder, Gamedesigner, 3D-artist в Other Side Worlds

    Technical Level Design

    Fast creation of locations using shaders, World Machine and 3DCoat.
    16:00
    Artem Husak

    Artem Husak, Co-founder and Instructor в ArtCraft

    VR-concept sculpt and CG education

  • 1. VR and modern development of concept art for games
  • 2. Demonstration of a bundle of Oculus Medium + Zbrush
  • 3. Work in Zbrush and subsequent visualization of the idea
  • 4. Problems of modern CG education and training of young specialists for companies
  • 16:00
    Igor Vertakov

    Igor Vertakov, CEO & Founder в ArtCraft

    VR-concept sculpt and CG education

  • 1. VR and modern development of concept art for games
  • 2. Demonstration of a bundle of Oculus Medium + Zbrush
  • 3. Work in Zbrush and subsequent visualization of the idea
  • 4. Problems of modern CG education and training of young specialists for companies
  • 11:00
    Dmytro Kryshtal

    Dmytro Kryshtal, PR & Marketing Director в Cryptodealers

    ICO as content tokenization.

  • what is ICO
  • what kinds of species exist
  • different examples of its use
  • how to achieve success in this field
  • what skills you need to know
  • why it became popular
  • 12:00
    Kudrenko Oleg

    Kudrenko Oleg, Co-Founder/CTO в Báchoo Design Studio

    Blockchain - a new economy of the world of robots and people

    12:30
    Artem Afian

    Artem Afian, Manager Partner at Juscutum

    Crypt & speculation

    13:00
    Sergey Vasilchuk

    Sergey Vasilchuk, CEO at Attic Lab

    BlockChain in the harsh conditions of banking regulation

    Why the bank can't be fast?
    What is the system of making decisions in the bank?
    Which is better than SmartMoney or Bitcoin.
    Architecture SmartMoney.
    Security and what it includes.
    15:00
    Дмитро Лавриненко

    Дмитро Лавриненко, DevOps Architect в SoftServe

    Enterprise Blockchain Identity Management in real world

    Let's talk about
    - Business goal of using blockchain identity
    - Continuous identity processing challenge
    - On-flight consolidation
    - Real-time Identity protection
    - Technical side of things
    16:00
    Adrian Chestnykh

    Adrian Chestnykh, Blockchain Solutions Architect в Provectus, Ukraine

    BlockChain: Building Decentralized Business Solutions

  • Classes of problems to be solved.
  • The role of technology blocking in the architecture of a decentralized application.
  • Выбор конкретной блокчейн платформы, фреймворков для взаимодействия.
  • Existing limitations of block platforms.
  • Application of decentralized databases.
  • 17:00
    Yuriy Milutin

    Yuriy Milutin, COO The8760, Ukraine

    Marketing ICO

  • Where fundraising begins and marketing ends
  • What makes ICO marketing different from traditional marketing
  • ICO as a product, the application of customer development techniques to the development of USP ICO
  • 3 ICO marketing whales: community, bounty, content
  • Marketing strategy in Europe, Asia, USA
  • 18:00
    Myhaylo Granin

    Myhaylo Granin, Representative of NEM Foundation

    THE BLOCKCHAIN AS A NEW REVOLUTIONARY PROTOCOL

    - history of the blockchain
    - why it is important
    - current market applications
    - NEM protocol and why it is an ideal out-of-the-box solution for small to enterprises level businesses to adapt.
    - use cases
    11:00
    Ruslan Nazarenko

    Ruslan Nazarenko, Brand Ambassador в Branch

    User journey building instead of product marketing

  • What is the product marketing of a healthy person?
  • How to build an analytics for marketing
  • Personalization in marketing through the creation of a customer journey
  • Tools for creating a customer journey
  • Why is this all necessary?
  • 12:00
    Sergey Dmytryshyn

    Sergey Dmytryshyn, CEO Crowdin

    Search and validate business ideas

    A lecture on choosing ideas for a startup, a business or product, initial marketing and testing ideas (market size, sales channels, consumer culture, shopping habits of customers)
    The content was built for young entrepreneurs (startupers in the early stages)
    12:30
    Olga Kokoshko

    Olga Kokoshko, Strategy Director / Partner Kinograf

    How to get the brand to make noise

    Before talking to the audience it is worth listening to her. Closely. If to do it correctly, then it is possible from boring advertising to become a fascinating story. After all, advertising has long ceased to be just a video on the air. Now this is a part of culture, a business driver and any hardcore manifestation. The videos of a happy family with a Labrador died. Instead, they need to create news headlines, clips, sayings ...
    13:00
    Nina Levchuk

    Nina Levchuk, leader (Women Google Ukraine) manager Google, Ireland

    International marketing

  • how to promote your business in other markets and be there top-notch;
  • how to build a team and personal thinking in order to earn more than you can.
  • 15:00
    Vitaliy Tkachenko

    Vitaliy Tkachenko, Co-founder Wenger&Tkachenko Firm. Marketing director WOG

    To be announced

    16:00
    Denys Zhadanov

    Denys Zhadanov, Vice President в Readdle

    Marketing in 2018

    17:00
    Andrey Tagansky

    Andrey Tagansky, Chief Product Manager (Ewa.ua, Yola.com), Founder&CEO Nexstep

    Product Manager - the profession of creating outstanding products

    -Who is the product manager?
    -Vision
    -Strategy
    -Design
    -Erecting
    -Different product manager from other roles in development
    -Key skills product manager
    -Why is the product cool manager?
    18:00
    Oleg  Puzanov

    Oleg Puzanov, CEO and Co-Founder at Leantegra Inc.

    B2B Sales for Startups from Ukraine - Experience, Cases, Recommendations

    Experience and recommendations for product start-ups from Ukraine on how to organize sales in the States and not only. On the example of Leantegra which has sales, customers and partners in more than 12 countries.

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