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Armenia's IT potential
Armenia may be a small nation, but its tech potential should not be underestimated.
IN THE NEWS
Friday 29 November 2019
Avanta Innovative Medical Center promotes medical tourism in Armenia
Avanta Innovative Medical Center in Armenia plays a key role for the country to promote medical tourism, according to the center's CEO Artur Harutyunyan.
Friday 12 October 2018
Armenia and Taiwan can learn from each other
Armenia, with 96% of its terrirtory covered by mountains, has a population of some three million, but the Armenian diaspora amounts to about 10 million people who have had to leave the mountainous homeland to seek opportunities abroad.
Friday 12 October 2018
Synopsys Armenia provides cradle for quality IT talent
Having developed a solid presence in Armenia, US-based electronic design automation (EDA) solutions provider Synopsys has spared no efforts fostering young Armenia IT talent through a dedicated unit dubbed Synopsys Armenia Educational Department (SAED).
Thursday 11 October 2018
Armenia aims at major role in global tech market, says Ucom founder
In Armenia, Aleksandr Yesayan, co-founder and business development director of telecom operator Ucom, is an iconic entrepreneur, as he founded the company in 1998 at the age of only 16. The company is now a business with 1,800 employees and annual revenues of US$80 million, and Yesayan is a role model for young Armenians establishing startups.
Tuesday 9 October 2018
Armenia seeking to build science park with Taiwan experience, says IT minister
Deeply aware of Taiwan's robust tech prowess, Armenia hopes that industries in both countries can build closer partnerships and that more young tech talent can complement each other through bilateral industrial exchanges, according to Hakob Arshakyan, Armenia's minister of transport, communications and IT.
Monday 8 October 2018
Yvonne Chiu reelected to WITSA leadership
Yvonne Chiu, currently chairwoman of the Information Service Industry Association of Taiwan, has been re-elected as chairwoman for the World Information Technology Service Alliance (WITSA), a consortium of ICT organizations around the world.
Friday 21 September 2018
Taiwan ICT firms urged to join WITSA events to tap global opportunities
Through attending various commercial activities hosted by the World Information Technology and Services Alliances (WITSA), Taiwan information software and hardware firms can more easily tap global business opportunities, according to Yvonne Chiu, chairperson of both WITSA and the Information Service Industry Association of the ROC (CISA).