IT CAREER IN 2023:
What to Expect, What to Do
The previous year has been marked as a hard one for the IT field, and one of the reasons was mass layoffs. Twitter, Meta, and Snapchat – the companies who set trends – cut thousands of employees in 2022. What should IT specialists prepare for in 2023? Will it be as noisy for tech as the previous one? How to deal with all the challenges, and what opportunities will be the most exciting in the upcoming year? Let's discuss it during panel discussion.

WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN THE DISCUSSION

7 speakers
from Europe and the USA will share their experiences and thoughts on how to stay afloat in 2023. Soak up their expertise.
2 perspectives
of the discussion. The first one will be about delivery & engineering, and the second one about talent marketing. Let's consider a few new year's resolutions from these perspectives.
2 hours
of tips and on-hand experience speakers have gained over the years.
The discussion will be interesting for Middle and Senior engineers and tech-savvy specialists aspiring to be up-to-date with upcoming trends in IT. The working language is English.

SPEAKERS

Adelin Stoica
Technology Lead at Microsoft. He worked with enterprises and public institutions helping them to leverage the proper use of technology. Adelin joined the company in 2015 as a Technical Engineer and grew up to the leading position.
Nina Levchuk
Startup & VC Lead at Google, angel investor, United for Ukraine and Impact Force Co-Founder, women in tech advocate. Nina has 14+ years of experience in business development, sales, marketing, cross-functional teams, and strategy for leading organizations, including Google, SC Johnson, and Unilever.
Mike Black
The President of Talent Stream, a global recruiting company mainly working with tech, accounting, and healthcare roles. He has 6+ years of international recruiting experience, with most of his experience growing teams in Latin America. Owner of YouTube channel Mike Black with 55K followers.
Vladyslav Kopanko
VP Delivery Manager at Innovecs. He has 10+ years of experience in the IT industry setting up new engagements, spanning clients/projects across multiple industries and technologies, lean organizational structures, scaling company services and operations, and building management teams for IT companies and clients.
Lesya Arnold
The Founder of the A-Players group, helping businesses to accelerate, collaborate and grow. Her team hired talent for Wix, Reface, Unstoppable Domains, Mindvalley, Veriff, and many other impactful startups. Earlier, Lesya ran talent and culture at the SaaS platform Talkable.
Attila Rácz
Group IT Director at real estate developer Futureal Group. Attila has 10+ years of experience in the IT field and works on shaping digital business services including core technology operations, application developments, and integrations.
Paweł Meyer
CTO at an insurance distributor Bezpieczny.pl, mentor for young entrepreneurs at Youth Business Poland.
Adam Bozsoki
Moderator; Managing Director CEE at Innovecs. He has experience in general management, recruitment, and international sales. During the last 10+ years, Adam gathered significant experience within the Hungarian and regional recruitment markets both from an agency’s and two job board’s perspectives.

EVENT PROGRAM

Thursday, February 9
4:00 PM (GMT+1)
4:00 PM (GMT+1)
Delivery & Engineering
What are the most critical trends that leaders should be prepared for? What technologies are gaining the most traction? Speakers: Adelin Stoica, Nina Levchuk, Paweł Meyer, Attila Rácz
5:00 PM (GMT+1)
5:00 PM (GMT+1)
Talent market
What employment and workplace trends will shape our digital world in the next 12 months? How will it impact hiring and the engineer's work? Speakers: Lesya Arnold, Mike Black, Vladyslav Kopanko

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