Rajant Corporation Celebrates First Anniversary of Ukrainian Office Amid Conflict

MALVERN, PARajant Corporation recently celebrated the first anniversary of its Ukrainian office, highlighting its commitment to innovation despite the ongoing conflict with Russia. The Philadelphia Business Journal featured the company in an article titled “Why a Malvern tech company opened a Ukraine office in the middle of a war,” spotlighting Rajant’s resilience and strategic vision.

Rajant CEO and Co-founder Robert Schena expressed gratitude for the recognition. “I want to thank the Philadelphia Business Journal for shining a light on our Ukrainian office,” Schena said. He emphasized the high quality of the company’s Ukrainian colleagues and indicated plans for continued growth in the region. “We see this as a key driver to long-term success,” he added.

In addition to celebrating its anniversary, Rajant hosted a virtual meeting this month with prominent Ukrainian officials. Ukrainian Ambassador to the United States, Oksana Markarova, and the Honorary Consul General to Ukraine in Philadelphia, Iryna Mazur, participated in the event. Mazur was present at Rajant’s headquarters in Malvern, PA, while the Ukraine-based staff joined the call virtually. The shared remarks from this meeting are available for viewing online.

Rajant’s decision to establish and expand its presence in Ukraine during such tumultuous times reflects both a bold business strategy and a commitment to supporting the region. The company’s efforts demonstrate how technology firms can contribute to economic stability and innovation, even in challenging environments.

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