Addressing COVID Challenges and Opportunities with outsourcing solutions
Online meetup for Israeli health tech businesses
November 10, 2020
5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
The ongoing pandemic is disrupting markets worldwide. It is changing the way you live, work, and, essentially, do business. Facing up to its challenges while trying to seize its opportunities is a balancing act that requires you to quickly adapt to new reality without compromising your business’s efficiency and profitability.
This is where outsourcing comes in, offering you more flexibility to rapidly react to the change and excel during these challenging times.
A 2-hour online meetup, during which we will talk about the ways Israeli health tech businesses can benefit from outsourcing and have Israeli and Ukrainian executives share their own experiences and reveal outsourcing best practices through real cases. We will also discuss how outsourcing can become an innovation and growth driver for tech firms in the turbulent economy.
Ruben Melkonian, CEO of Quantum, will share insights on how to unlock your potential with Data Analytics during COVID times.
Inal Tomaev, Founder at SmartOmica and Quantum client will talk about his company’s experience with outsourcing services.
Slava Vaniukov, CEO of Softermii, will go over multiple applications of online conferencing in the pandemic ridden business environment.
David Larson Levine, Social Impact Entrepreneur, CEO at Scoby Social and Softermii client, will share his outsourcing journey and the positive impact it had on his business.
Uri Milshtein, Partner at the international law firm ZAG-S&W, will cover legal challenges and solutions in outsourcing to foreign and Ukrainian companies.
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