On September 6-7, the Intetics team worked in the heart of the global startup scene—New York City. Irina Dubovik, Digital Marketing Director Intetics, Boris Kontsevoi, President and CEO, and Serge Stepantsov, COO, participated in the New York Venture Summit—a community of over 300K global investors and innovators.
Two intense event days showcased the rapid transformation of the startup ecosystem with many promising ventures in the Healthcare, FinTech, Retail, and Energy sectors.
The team goal was to share opportunities for growth and development via two distinctive models of technological collaboration, allowing entrepreneurs and investors to jointly create innovations:
- EASY START, an investment of 100 free hours of software product prototyping and development, when a set of conditions are met. See more.
- INVESTMENT, exchange of some equity for an investment of 1000 hours of software product development (equivalent to $50,000) performed by professional software engineers who are fully suitable for the task. Qualification criteria.
Leveraging 28+ years of expertise, startups get the essential support needed to streamline software development, freeing up resources to concentrate on core business operations. Metric-driven MVP development and cost-efficient IT solutions ensure entrepreneurs can translate their concepts into tangible products without breaking the bank.
Furthermore, comprehensive software quality assessment equips investors with the insights they need to make informed choices, ultimately fostering success in the dynamic world of IT investments.
The summit organizers executed a noteworthy initiative bridging the gap between hundreds of startups and VCs, technology partners, and corporate investors. Intetics was honored to join the event as a Platinum Partner and is excited about the potential impact of new promising connections.
Startups continue to propel the world forward, and we are ready to embrace these changes, creating the best solutions for our clients and society. Ready to scale up? Let’s connect!