In January 2019, 850 copies of popular science books for teenagers from the charity project, LuckyBooks replenished the funds of children's libraries throughout Ukraine. This was announced by the project initiator, international investor and founder of the IT company Lucky Labs, Sergei Tokarev.
Kyiv, Ukraine, January 24, 2019 --(PR.com)-- According to Tokarev, libraries received Ukrainian-l
Today village libraries in Ukraine suffer a lack of modern and high quality children’s literature. While situation with fiction literature is satisfactory, quantity of popular science literature is reported to be insufficient.
In terms of this, the charitable project LuckyBooks sent to libraries in Ukrainian villages a new book by Andrii Tuzhykov called A Brief History of Technology: How
Three young activists - Ievhenii Bozhevskyi from Dnipro, Valentyna Rotari from Balti in Moldova, and Mariana Korolchuk from Ivano-Frankivsk first met at YEP Summer StartUp Camp 2018, the international entrepreneurship camp.
“The international entrepreneurship camp was held in Kyiv in July, 11-15. After several days the young people worked out a unique project called Silince,” write
A lecture for project managers who are beginners in IT field was held at Projector school in Kyiv. The main topic of the lecture was defined as follows: “What should project managers without technical background know about the process of web development?”
Olha Koroleva, Project Manager from the company Lucky Labs, held the lecture. The issues concerning efficiency in project managem
Children’s establishments of twenty-five towns in the Eastern part of Ukraine received a book by Alina Shtefan called Summer in the DNA Length. Novopskov, Pavlograd, Kupiansk, Izium, Lysychansk, Sloviansk, and many others are among these towns.
"If you're 14 - 15 years old and you are concerned with quite various and sometimes extremely unusual questions such as: Can a mamm
A platform for searching volunteers called VolunData and an app with the nearest healthy food restaurants EatLook won the fight among students’ startups based on the results of international Summer StartUp Camp.
The network of business-incubators YEP! organized a startup camp for 65 students from Ukraine and Moldova. For five days and for free it’s participants were taught how to t