Ukrainian startup 3DLOOK opens office in Poland

3DLOOK, a Ukrainian startup that has developed a mobile body scanning technology, announced the opening of a new office in Poland. The startup plans to hire ten professionals.

“We at 3DLOOK decided to open the next office in one of the largest Polish cities for all Ukrainian IT specialists who move to Poland. Now we are actively relocating some employees there,” founder and CEO of 3DLOOK Vadim Rogovskiy said.

  • 3DLOOK already has five job openings: Product Analyst, Middle and Senior Front End Developers, and Product Manager are among them. People from the EU can apply — all job positions are fully remote.
  • Specialists who will relocate to Poland will get paid accommodation, employee benefits, as well as the possibility to work in a hybrid model.
  • The full list of job opportunities can be found on the 3DLOOK’s page.

About 3DLOOK

3DLOOK was founded in 2016 by Vadim Rogovskiy, who previously ran Clickky. The startup is working on a body scanning and measuring technology that works using artificial intelligence, neural networks, and 3D. 3DLOOK’s solution enables brands to virtually replace the entire in-store fitting room experience.

Among 3DLOOK’s clients are more than 100 companies, including American retailers Tailored Brands and Dickies, high fashion brand e1972, uniform market giants Unisync, Safariland, and Fechheimer Bros, owned by Warren Buffett.