In various panels and presentations, the participants discussed various topics: e.g. how to buy or pay in the future, what the future of banking will bring or how the connection of science and art works. Together we came to the conclusion that business is not science, but vice versa, it might be just the opposite – science is business. As a general partner of the event, Aliter Technologies focused on the topic of how to improve the quality of life through technology. Our colleague Roman Noskovič presented the project Monse – monitoring of seniors and its contribution in the form of simplification and facilitation of tending for this generation.
Aliter Technologies sold out all maple syrups at the Canadian stand during the IWCB Charity Christmas Bazaar.
If you don’t want to carry a suitcase full of books on holiday, e-books are the perfect choice to save space in your suitcase.
Successful young entrepreneurs, doctors, scientists, teachers, artists and journalists are in the Forbes 30 under 30 rankings.
Our company supported the 9th annual IQ Olympics.