Oksana Zabolotna from Qubit Labs Presents Ukrainian Startup Ecosystem During a War at The Next Web Conference 2022

Oksana Zabolotna
HBD at Qubit Labs

Qubit Labs is grateful for an opportunity to attend and speak at The Next Web Conference 2022 on June 16 and 17 in Amsterdam. 


What is Our Mission at the Conference?

It is a fantastic chance to introduce our experience and values in the Ukrainian IT business. Ukraine is an excellent location for hiring software engineers as it has many benefits like convenient time zones, well-educated specialists, attractive taxes, and developers’ rates. Nothing has changed even during the war. And our mission is to promote Ukraine as a top country for hiring developers

What is The Next Web?

The Next Web Conference is where founders, investors, corporates, and governments unite to discover the future of technology. Take a great chance to meet international tech executives from more than 120 counties. Get insights from industry pioneers speaking on 8 themes. From scaling your business and maximizing your ROI to solving impactful challenges and the world of AI — there’s content for everyone. The main goal is to unite all the IT experts, investors, and people who want to start their way in IT in one place, get insights, share knowledge and experience and open new borders and opportunities for cooperation. 


Qubit Labs is Speaking for Ukraine

Our HBD Oksana Zabolotna, and Elena Malitskaya, Founder of ISE – Innovation Startup Entrepreneurship, will perform a program called “Ukrainian Startups During a War”. 

TNW Oksana Zabolotna

Our goal is to introduce Ukrainian startups’ work and development during a war. More and more startups are created, because Ukrainian investors are not afraid to invest. It clearly shows that the IT ecosystem never stops and even becomes more powerful. We believe in our courage and motivation, and Ukraine has already proved to be one of the top countries with the most driven, diligent, and motivated people. 

Despite the war, most of our people stayed in Ukraine, and those who migrated would like to return to continue working for our future. The hard times in our country encourage our people to produce new technologies with booming ideas of how to help the country against Russian aggression. In other words, we would like to show that Ukrainian people never give up, and if they can adjust to working under the bombs, they will be sophisticated members of your projects and businesses.

Please don’t hesitate to meet us at the conferences for a great chat. We gladly answer all of your questions and share our experience and insights with you. We can’t wait to meet you all at The Next Web 2022!

Stay with Ukraine!



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Oksana Zabolotna
HBD at Qubit Labs
Oksana is a team leader of sales and marketing team at Qubit Labs.