WASHINGTON, D.C. - GlobalLogic, a company that delivers full-lifecycle product development services to leading technology-enabled organizations, has been approved for membership in the U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC) by the Council’s executive committee. The Council’s membership includes over 190 companies and organizations that have business operations, investments, or other development programs in Ukraine.


GlobalLogic is a full-lifecycle product development services company that partners with leading technology-enabled organizations to make amazing products, discover new revenue opportunities, and accelerate time to market. With unparalleled domain expertise and vast cross-industry experience, GlobalLogic also helps market-defining customers connect the dots between every stage of the product development lifecycle.

Headquartered in the United States, GlobalLogic operates design and engineering centers around the world, extending the benefits of its authentic global presence to its customers in digital media, electronics, healthcare, infrastructure, finance, retail, and telecom industries. The company works with both start-ups and industry leaders, including over eighty percent of the world’s top technology brands. For additional information about GlobalLogic and their R&D products and services go to http://www.globallogic.com/.


USUBC's management team have been meeting with Peter Harrison, vice chairman of the board; Wayne Grubbs, CFO; and Vladimir Sharov, Managing Director of Ukraine. "USUBC is very pleased to be working with the outstanding and creative professionals at GlobalLogic, President, U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC). "The worldwide growth they have accomplished in only 12 years is amazing."

"We met recently with Peter Harrison in Washington and Vladimir Sharov in Kyiv. GlobalLogic has been on the ground in Ukraine for several years and during that time purchased three local IT companies. They now have offices in Kyiv, Lviv and Kharkiv. GlobalLogic has grown rapidly in Ukraine and USUBC is pleased to learn they plan to continue to expand their work," said Williams.

USUBC membership has grown rapidly during the past six years. Membership now stands at over 190. In January 2005 membership was eight; two years later it had grown to 22; in January 2009 it reached 100; and in January of 2011 topped 150. A complete list of USUBC members can be found at: http://www.usubc.org/members.php. For a list of the USUBC board of directors go to: http://www.usubc.org/site/u-s-ukraine-business-council-board-of-directors.