PR: EDU Ecosystem to Open Engineering Office in Kiev in April
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EDU Ecosystem (LiveEdu) successfully completed Round I of their ICO by raising $10M. The company is wasting no time in starting on their roadmap targets, announcing plans to open an engineering office in Kiev, Ukraine this April in addition to their planned Southern California office.
The choice of Kiev as a physical office location was due to some current EDU Ecosystem team members already living and working in the city. As such, the region offers a great pool of multilingual technical candidates who can help take the EDU Ecosystem to higher levels. Also, LiveEdu already has a vibrant and loyal userbase from Ukraine in the form of project creators, learners and API developers.
Spearheading the opening of the Kiev office will be current EDU Ecosystem team member, Denis Zarytskyi. A native of Kiev, Denis has been with LiveEdu for 2 years, working as operational lead for the ICO and will be overseeing the team members in Kiev. Denis has degrees in Economics and Programming and has been in the field of marketing for over 5 years. He has experience in the management of multinational marketing teams, creation and implementation of marketing strategies and coordination of designers and programmers. Denis also has extensive knowledge of affiliate marketing, KPI development and social media marketing.
Kiev represents the ideal location to expand the EDU Ecosystem engineering team. LiveEdu teams will be working in both Kiev and Southern California to disrupt the $306 billion professional development space.
If you're interested in working on the challenges in the EDU Ecosystem either in engineering, marketing, sales, or project management, send your resume to email@example.com .
About EDU Ecosystem
EDU Ecosystem (LiveEdu) is a decentralized learning ecosystem that teaches people how to build complete products in future technological fields. They are building the YouTube for online education and professional development. You can also describe their ecosystem as the next-generation Lynda.com. Unlike existing online education platforms, LiveEdu is not focused on beginners, but mainly intermediates to experts. People learn on LiveEdu by watching how peers build real projects and can also download all project resources and files. The new LiveEdu platform is set to launch in 2018 and will start with eight main topics which encompasses several subcategories: Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Game Development, Data Science, Cryptocurrencies, Programming, Design, and Augmented and Virtual Reality.
Project creators in the EDU Ecosystem will build 10,000 projects for these topics. In 2019, the ecosystem will be opened for all topics. For now LiveEdu is an app blockchain company and using ERC20 smart contracts, but in 2021 LiveEdu will build its own protocol. Simply put LiveEdu is building the Steemit for professional development and targeting the $306 billion professional development market.
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