Cyprus launches Tech Ecosystem Map

Local businesses launched the Cyprus Tech Ecosystem Map, a platform that links the tech and innovation sectors to attract talent and investments. Deputy Minister for Research, Innovation, and Digital Policy Kyriacos Kokkinos

JetBrains selects Cyprus for new hub

JetBrains, the Czech tech company that develops tools for software developers and project managers, has announced ambitious plans to create a hub in Cyprus. The company has relocated more than 220 staff

Cyprus attracts 7,000 tech jobs

Cyprus’ policy to provide incentives and tax breaks to high-tech companies are gaining traction, as 7,000 work permits have been granted to those with highly specialised skills. Evgenios Evgeniou, President of the

Preparing future tech professionals

A high-tech multinational firm is doing its bit to address the talent gap in Cyprus’ blooming IT ecosystem, as the number of technology companies increases on a geometrical scale. Kyndryl, a US

Big Tech relocation still strong

The island’s tech boom with the relocation of companies is still going strong as authorities welcome new addition, DataArt, a US enterprise software development firm. DataArt is creating a base in the

Big tech boom not over yet

While Cyprus is experiencing a tech boom with the relocation of companies in recent years, stakeholders appear confident the island will see more arrivals after parliament approved a government incentive package. Earlier

Narrowing the digital divide

A non-profit organisation of IT professionals wants to improve computer literacy to bridge the lack of talent, posing the biggest challenge the country faces on its path to becoming a regional tech

Another tech firm relocates

Another tech firm is relocating offices to Cyprus, as TangoMe, a leading US consumer services and applications software provider, announced plans to establish a presence in Limassol. TangoMe Inc., which raised funding

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