Alfa-Bank is one of the largest Ukrainian commercial banks with international capital. The Bank was established in 1992, and since 2006 it is part of the private investment holding company ABH Holdings S.A. (ABHH) with headquarters in Luxembourg. ABHH Group is currently consolidating assets in Ukraine, which will lead to the creation of Alfa-Bank - the largest private bank in our country. Already, the single bank team has more than 10 thousand employees, serving 1.8 million individuals and 160 thousand enterprises. Throughout Ukraine there are more than 400 branches of the banks of the group.
The OKKO Filling Complexes Network (Concern Galnaftogaz) is part of OKKO Group and is one of the largest filling stations in Ukraine, which has about 400 filling stations. The structure of the company also has the largest network of food establishments on the road in Ukraine, including 38 restaurants operating under the brands A la Minute, Pasta Mia and Meiwei. The subdivisions also deal with the sale of goods through stores at gas stations, the sale of petroleum products to large and small groups, provide services for the examination of fuel quality, storage and transportation of petroleum products.
TASKOMBANK JSC was founded in 1989 and is one of the first commercial banks in Ukraine. It is one of the twenty largest banks in the country and successfully works with all segments of clients. In 2004, the Bank joined the TAS Group, one of the largest investment and financial groups in the country. The credit rating established by the national rating agency has been confirmed at uaAAA level (guidance stable). TASKOMBANK is firmly entrenched among market leaders and steadily ranked in the TOP rating of reliability of banking products. The Bank constantly invests in updating and upgrading products, processes, procedures, and quality of service. TASKOMBANK is a national bank, it is represented on the whole territory of Ukraine, and the network has more than 120 branches.
Startup Bridge is a unique Polish-Ukrainian project to support start-ups and innovative companies in all regions of Ukraine. The task is to identify promising technology teams and teach them to build win-win cooperation with corporations, as well as to attract funding from venture capital funds.
The Lviv Open Challenge project aims at finding, engaging and selecting the best innovative and technological solutions and ideas that can bring the city to the best and bring it to the standards and challenges of today. Directions for finding such solutions are suggested by the city and they concern intelligent transport systems, urban architecture, urbanism and smart building, e-democracy, creative industry and education, energy and other areas that are designed to improve the comfort level and improve the lives of residents and visitors.
We help to describe the vision of the future of the company and the main points of growth. That gives us the opportunity to publish on the Reactor platform an open request in the format of a call to search for innovations
Reactor gathers ideas and delivers them in the form of short video presentations of independent technology teams and employees of the company
On reactor.report an innovation committee conducts an open vote, choosing the best solutions. The result of the majority of votes guarantees the author of the idea a contract for prototyping and testing ideas in the company
What is an open innovation? Where should we look for technological teams? What mistakes does corporations make when trying to work with innovations? All this topics are revealed in the interview of Alexander Romanishyn, co-founder of the open innovation platform RE:ACTOR. Aleksandr is an...
If an ATM offers Alexander Romanishyn, the co-founder of RE:ACTOR, to scan the retina of the eye or read the proverb to recognize his voice, he will not be surprised. Even if at the gas station it will be possible not only to pour gasoline into the car tank, but also coffee in the driver's thermos...
More and more companies in Ukraine come to the conclusion that innovation is the future. Corporations are experimenting - looking for innovation within the company, incubating startups, building ecosystems and trying to work with external innovations. The most advanced companies put innovations on...