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10 Jul 2020

71 new resident companies added to Belarus’ Hi-Tech Park

71 new resident companies added to Belarus’ Hi-Tech Park
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MINSK, 10 July (BelTA) – The Supervisory Board of the Hi-Tech Park has decided in favor of registration of 71 companies as the park’s residents, BelTA has learned.

The new resident companies specialize in healthcare, logistics, financial technologies, digital commerce, consulting, gaming, and software development for agribusiness.

WiseAI Company has developed a mobile app and a web app Skinive for diagnosing various skin diseases. OOO HealthMay has come up with a telemedicine solution. The company intends to create the 2doc.health platform to allow patients to get a consultation from a specialist online, call a doctor, schedule an appointment or schedule the collection and deciphering of medical tests.

OOO Softclub intends to offer services relating to the automation of banking and finance.

The entertainment industry is represented by OOO BYRIL, OOO AppsHub, and OOO Utenom, which develop games for iOS and Android. Apart from developing entertainment apps OOO Highcore Games will focus on software for automating financial analysis and mobile marketing.

Apart from Belarusian companies the Hi-Tech Park welcomed companies from the UK, Germany, Israel, the USA, and Switzerland, including nine development centers of foreign companies. Those include Tealium, Fair Market Inc (USA), Billwerk GmbH, Coople Holding AG (Switzerland), Firedome Ltd, AWTG Ltd, Deltatre Ltd.

At present the Hi-Tech Park is home to 886 companies that employ about 63,000 people.

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