According to the norms of the current legislation of Ukraine, they will develop and support cooperation in the creative sphere and IT-business based on the principles of equality and mutual respect.
Creating an ecosystem for the creative industry
An ecosystem for representatives of the creative industry will appear in Ukraine. Scientists, designers, programmers, architects, musicians and other professionals will be able to work in a single “hub” thanks to the support of IBOX BANK.
The memorandum on cooperation was signed by Artem Honcharenko, the head of ITTA International Technology Transfer Association and JSC IBOX BANK. The memorandum was the first stage of cooperation in the creative industry. It is planned to create a specialized “hub” that combines tools for the ecosystem where representatives of various specialties can not only work together and communicate, but also create.
“Ukraine should become a kind of “hub”, which, having a legislative and infrastructural basis, will be able to attract investors from all over the world, as well as new professional personnel, in particular from other countries. The potential of our country gives us such an opportunity, both in terms of geographical location and the presence of relevant professionals”, – Artem Goncharenko said.
The creative industry plays a significant role in the economy of Ukraine and is gradually coming to the fore. Thus, according to Artem Goncharenko, today more than 10% of GDP is formed by the creative industry. It includes research, design, television, music, fashion, architecture, software development, and others. This memorandum is the first step to create the professional ecosystem with special rates and a lot of other useful services.
“If you build a model based on historical data, without accepting the variables of the present and the future, the Bank will always be in the past. Our predictive model of the Bank development and its products takes into account the virtualization of social and economic processes in the society development. As a part of the change in the social environment with regard to the competitive conditions at the market the Bank is developing future customer profiles. This will allow us to provide our clients with the most modern and sought-after services here and now”, – said Rostyslav Nakonechny, the Deputy of the Chairman of the Board.