LONDON, Sept. 28, 2011 /CNW/ - GoalEurope, a software development
outsourcing advisory firm, expands its focus by launching an online
publication about outsourcing, innovation and venture investment in
Russia, Central and Eastern Europe and CIS countries.
The outsourcing and innovation industries are closely linked, as Eastern
European software development companies continue enabling global
innovation with their IT resources. The technical expertise in Eastern
Europe, bolstered by high demand from western businesses for software
engineering skills, has been growing tremendously over the last decade.
It resulted in an increasing number of Eastern European high-tech
startups entering the global markets.
GoalEurope aims to inform IT decision makers, technology investors and
global media about the industry trends, up-and-coming technology
companies and venture investment in the emerging Europe.
Natasha Starkell, CEO of GoalEurope, adds, "Another purpose of our
publication is to support the startup ecosystem in the emerging Europe
and promote high-tech entrepreneurship amongst the wider community."
The resources available at GoalEurope include cost comparison for an
outsourcing business case development, availability of particular
software development skills, venture investment news and analysis of
new technology projects.
GoalEurope covers the following countries: Albania, Belarus, Bulgaria,
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary,
Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland,
Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine.
Visit GoalEurope.com for more information.
GoalEurope is an advisory firm covering software development, innovation
and new technology industries in Russia, Central and Eastern Europe and
CIS countries. GoalEurope has been operating since 2004 to provide
global businesses with reliable access to software development
resources and venture investment opportunities in the region.
GoalEurope runs an online publication about outsourcing and innovation
in Eastern Europe.
For further information:
Telephone number: +44(0)2081338744