Alexander Solovykh moved from Russia to Austria to study at university, and he was so inspired by this country that in 2009 he founded a company here that helps Russian-speaking applicants from all over the world to enroll in local universities and get higher education in Austria
Today, his Education in Vienna project organizes relocation and admission to educational institutions of the country on a turnkey basis, as well as solves related migration issues. The remote team even managed to launch an ed-tech project: a personalized video course on self-admission.
Over the years, Alexander realized that finding a good IT professional in Europe is a difficult task. That's why he completely focused on freelancers from the CIS countries. Here, the digital industry is several years ahead, there is more choice, and the prices for services are several times lower.