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Ilya Aristov: Being in Cyprus strengthens our presence in Europe and MENA (video)

Amid a global IT industry boom, Ilya Aristov the Director at DataArt Cyprus suggests that Cyprus has a lot to offer companies in the sector.

He was speaking to the camera as part of Invest Cyprus’ new Working & Living in Cyprus Series on YouTube.

While sharing the company’s experiences of doing business in Cyprus over the past year, he describes that island as an ideal hub for connecting its activities in Europe and MENA. Aristov also reveals more about his positive, personal view of living and working here.

Watch the full interview below:

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