Roweb is proud to be part of the Tech4Export program, which aims to support and promote the Romanian software industry on the international market. Between the 13th and the 15th of May 2015, the Employers’ Association of the Software and Services Industry (ANIS) will organize in London the first event of the Tech4Export series, and we will be there to proudly represent our country.
Our history of successful collaborations with British partners started seven years ago, and since then we’ve developed solutions for organizations like Keep Britain Tidy (KBT), Love Where You Live, Gauge, Recruiter Genie, Insight Genie or the Association for Consulting and Engineering (ACE). These solutions include complex web platforms, feature-rich business or charity online portals, HR profiling tools, candidate assessment systems and employee assessment systems.
This will be a great opportunity to create new connections and partnerships with UK organizations. We will be showcasing our expertise in .NET, SQL Server, Web API, .NET MVC, Bootstrap, AngularJS, Zend Framework, MySQL, HTML5 and Amazon Web Services, and present a few of our portfolio samples of projects for clients in tourism, e-Health and e-Commerce.
ANIS is coordinating this project in partnership with techUK, (www.techuk.org), the association representing the British technology companies, the Romanian Embassy in London (londra.mae.ro/en) and the British-Romanian Chamber of Commerce – BRCC (www.brcconline.eu).
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According to Valerica Dragomir, Executive Director of ANIS, in UK “there are many opportunities and there is interest and opening to work with Romanian companies.”
“We want this delegation to be the starting point of extensive contacts, directly between Romanian and British companies, as well as between the organizations that support these companies, ANIS and techUK (…) Depending on the results of this first event on the British market, we intend to continue this program with similar events, at least annually”, she also stated.
According to official statistics, in 2014 domestic exports of information and communication services amounted to RON 49 billion, representing 6 percent of Romania’s GDP. Therefore, the Tech4Export program could make a significant positive difference for the national economy.