First Line Software attends IT and Cyber Security Event in The Hague, part of Five-day Trade Mission
On Tuesday, November 1st, a delegation of IT & Cyber Security specialists from a number of Eastern European tech companies visited The Hague as part of a five-day trade mission to the Netherlands organized by cybersecurity company LeaderTelecom. The aim of the mission was to strengthen bilateral relations with several Dutch business hubs, to exchange knowledge and promote trade.
With development facilities located in Eastern Europe, First Line was invited to join the delegation and attend meetings in Amsterdam, The Hague and Utrecht.
Eastern Europe IT & Cyber specialists Visit The Hague
The program in The Hague started with presentations at the HSD Campus of The Hague Security Delta, the largest security cluster in Europe. HSD’s Deputy Director Joris den Bruinen welcomed the delegation and described the National Security cluster, including the business opportunities it provides as an international hub. After several more presentations and a networking session with HSD tenants, the group continued its program at the World Trade Center (WTC) in The Hague.
InnovationQuarter and the WestHolland Foreign Investment Agency (WFIA) spoke about the IT & Technologies cluster in the West Holland region and informed attendees about the free-of-charge business expansion services it offers to international companies. These presentations were followed by a workshop titled ‘How to do business in the Netherlands’ which included humorous anecdotes about the cultural differences between Eastern Europe and the Netherlands. The delegation finished the day with a historical fact-finding tour through the city of The Hague.
Spam, phishing, hackers and more and more advanced types of cybercrime continue to form a realistic threat to businesses. Infosecurity.nl tackles current IT security issues and is a must for every IT professional. On the 2nd and 3rd of November, the delegation attended the Infosecurity event at the Jaarbeurs in Utrecht.
Along with trade show exhibitions at the Storage Expo and The Tooling Event, Infosecurity.nl provided market leaders, associations, speakers and other IT professionals with the opportunity to share ideas, techniques, services and visions on current IT topics with a focus on the central theme ‘Data Centric World’.
"First Line was honored to participate in this trade mission where we were able to learn more about business opportunities in the Netherlands, exchange ideas and trends, and establish new business relationships"- said Vladimir Litoshenko, VP Business Development, First Line Software
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David Tedford has over 20 years of sales experience within the IT/software industry. He excels at sales, business development, channel development, sales cycle management, negotiations, and sales team management.
Senior Vice President
As the head of business development for First Line Software, Vladimir heads up business development in Western Europe and Russia.
Vladimir began his career in IT in 2002, when, as a student of Faculty of Automation of Computer Science of the First Electrotechnical University (ETU “LETI”), he began his work at The Morfizpribor Central Research Institute (CRI). Vladimir joined the StarSoft team (predecessor of First Line Software) in 2004 as a Junior Software Developer. As he gained experience with more and more projects, he was promoted to leadership roles.
The Hague, Netherlands
Praha, Czech Republic
UK Business Development
Richard has over 15 years of sales and account management expertise in the IT and Tech sector. He has worked on many outsourcing engagements with global companies.
Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
David is a business development professional with more than 20 years’ experience as a specialist in the acquisition of partnerships and IT/software services for associations, not-for profits and corporations in Australia, New Zealand and USA. He has specific expertise in the healthcare, legal and hospitality industries.