IT company Boosta opened its first Polish office in Warsaw. The company plans to expand its presence in the global IT market.
“Boosta has a hybrid work format, where everyone can choose between working in the office, remotely, or combined. However, some of our specialists have relocated abroad since the beginning of the full-scale war. We increasingly received feedback from them that they would like to have their own offline hub – a place for productive work and networking with colleagues. The largest diaspora of Boosta specialists gathered in Poland, contributing to our decision to open another full-fledged office there. In addition, we have planned to strengthen our presence in the global IT market, and opening a new location is part of our plan,” says Yaroslav Baklan, Co-Founder & Managing Partner at Boosta.
The Warsaw office of Boosta is located in the city center in the Prosta Tower. It has everything necessary for comfortable work and consists of open spaces, recreation areas, meeting rooms, and a kitchen. An incredible panorama of the city opens from the office windows.
“We hope that the opening of this location will allow us to unite our colleagues. It is essential for us to create a place for efficiency, creativity, and comfort. Also, in the new office, we tried to convey the atmosphere of our Ukrainian hubs as much as possible”, comments Yaryna Odnorig, HR&Administrative Business Partner at Boosta.
Warsaw was chosen precisely because of its convenient location and connections – there are many ways to get from there to Ukraine and the largest European capitals.
At Boosta, despite everything, growth and development have always been the goal. The company did not stop recruiting even at the beginning of a full-scale war. In March 2022, 27 specialists joined the company, and in April – 52. But unfortunately, most people were scattered in different cities and countries. Therefore, the Warsaw office will become a hub for those Ukrainians who temporarily live abroad.
But, apart from that, Boosta plans not only to collect relocated colleagues but also to strengthen the team and hire new specialists. The focus is on both Ukrainian and foreign specialists.You can view the company’s current vacancies here.
Boosta has three more offices in Ukraine – two in Kyiv and one in Lviv. The company also provides an opportunity to compensate the cost of co-working in any location in the world up to €140 per month per person.
The office in Warsaw will be the first physical representation of the company in Poland. Although earlier, at the beginning of the full-scale war, Boosta had already opened a hub in Krakow. There were rented hotel rooms where the company’s specialists could stay for free. Boosters came there with their families, children, and pets.
The opening of the hub helped team members more easily survive difficult periods and adapt to new realities because familiar people were nearby. The same hub was opened in Sofia, Bulgaria. Also, Boosta opened a co-working space in Krakow to create a working atmosphere for everyone.
IT company Boosta opened its first Polish office in Warsaw. The company plans to expand its presence in the global IT market. “Boosta has a hybrid work format, where everyone can choose between working in the office, remotely, or combined. However, some of our specialists have relocated abroad since the beginning of the full-scale war. […]https://itcluster.lviv.ua/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/img_2355.jpg