Slovak IT company Vacuumlabs enters Ukrainian market. It plans to hire over 100 Middle and Senior professionals
Vacuumlabs, a technology company providing solutions in the fields of financial technology, cryptocurrencies, digital banking for more than 60 international clients, enter the Ukrainian market and plans to hire over 100 Middle and Senior specialists, as the company’s press service told AIN.UA.
Vacuumlabs is a software development company that builds modern full stack fintech solutions for startups, scale-ups, and incumbent banks. Among the projects in its portfolio are:
- MOX is Hong Kong-based first next-generation digital bank
- CO2 2030 calculator for Swedish fintech company Doconomy
- Yoroi, a wallet for Ada cryptocurrency and others
Vacuumlabs is headquartered in Bratislava, Slovakia, and has offices in the Czech Republic, Hungary, China, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Since 2012, when the company was founded, it has grown to 290 employees. Vacuumlabs specialists work with many tech stacks, including Kotlin, Python, Clojure, Golang, TypeScript, React, React Native, Swift, AWS, Terraform, Docker, and Kubernetes. The company says that it is ready to collaborate with developers from other fields, as well as to train talented engineers.
Currently, Vacuumlabs is entering the Ukrainian market and plans to hire over 100 Middle and Senior level professionals. They will be able to work remotely on the company’s projects together with colleagues from other countries and, if they wish, relocate to Bratislava, Prague, or Budapest. As the company notes, an office in Kyiv will also be opened, but later.
“Ukrainian developers are some of the best professionals in the IT market, being capable of working with the complex and interesting projects that we offer. We believe that we are very close culturally. That’s why we want to build the team and complement our projects with Ukrainian talents,” Matej Ftacnik, CEO of Vacuumlabs.