Washington, D.C. -- IBM recently announced the appointment of Valery Shlahov as the new Country General Manager for Ukraine. Valery Shlahov assumed his new role from 1 January 2018. He succeeded Penko Dinev, who has completed his seven-year assignment on 31 December 2017.  IBM is a member of the U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC), www.USUBC.org

"I am happy to bring to IBM my experience and deep knowledge of the Ukrainian IT services market. Together, we will focus on helping our clients to successfully go through business transformation in order to thrive in the dynamically changing business environment and to fully employ the vast opportunities that advanced analytics and newest technologies are bringing to their customers,“ said Valery Shlahov, IBM CGM Ukraine, commenting on his appointment.

For over 20 years Valery Shlahov held various business development, sales and top management positions at prominent Ukrainian and international companies. His geographies of responsibility included Ukraine, the CIS countries and also several countries of the CEE region. Before joining IBM, Valery Shlahov worked for over 3 years as CEO of an IT services company he founded in Ukraine. Valery Shlahov received his master’s degree diploma with distinction at the Moscow Aviation Institute.

U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC), www.USUBC.org, and its over 200 members, congratulate Mr. Shlahov on his new appointment and look forward to working with him and his colleagues in IBM Ukraine.  USUBC wishes Valery the best of success.

USUBC NOTE: IBM is a long-time member of U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC), Washington, D.C. www.USUBC.org

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