News, April 5th, 2018
Niners` March 2018
March was busy – Levi9 was present and noticed at Niš Job Fair, at KONTEH in Novi Sad and at Webiz in Zrenjanin.
For the first time Levi9 was a host at Niš Student Job Fair. We talked with more than 200 young students about their professional opportunities at Levi9. As we have a good cooperation with some of their former classmates we were very happy to meat maybe for the first time our potential future colleagues. We also had great time with those who successfully completed Levi9 Quiz – exploring special prize, HTC Vive VR.
Webiz is a brand of educational events and professional conferences. The biggest event – Webiz conference “Digital Transformation” was held in Zrenjanin where we took partnership and organized two events: one lecture on soft skills and a panel discussion for students and young developers. Dunja Milanković Poznić gave a lecture “Soft Skills – Skills of Tomorrow: Open Mind Is the Best Kind” to a big crowd of Webiz visitors. Besides Dunja`s lecture, our Zrenjanin colleagues – Andrej, Alen, Marko, Milan and Nikola – participated in a panel discussion titled “Developer to Be”, during which they answered student questions that were mainly focused on dilemmas they have about which direction to take when planing their careers.
International Women`s Day was celebrated in all Levi9 offices in Serbia. Thirteen years ago, when Levi9 was founded we had only two female colleagues. Now, we are proud to have almost 150 Lady Niners, 58% of which are on managing positions. We will be even more proud to see more of them aspiring for the technical positions – go, ladies, go!
Last month, four Levi9 teams – “Tim 1”, “Turtles”, “Uglavnom bezopasni”, “Mira&Co”, as well as our colleague Strahinja Vučković, took part in an annual humanitarian event called “Race for children`s smile”. This race was fifth in the row with more than 950 people running to raise funds for the “Safe House” in Novi Sad, a place where mothers with their children can find shelter and security when facing family difficulties.