NFQ will help offline retailers switch to online trade within 24 hours

Responding to the problem of offline retailing being halted due to the general quarantine, NFQ as the company with the biggest e-commerce project development experience in Lithuania, are offering help for businesses impacted by the crisis. Mobilizing its expert forces, at NFQ we are ready to help retailers who have not deployed e-commerce solutions yet to launch a sales channel right away and quickly optimize their operations.



How to run a successful email marketing campaign

Newsletters have gotten a lot of criticism lately, with claims that sending them is like spam and that there are ever more reasons to reject them. But email marketing specialist Matas Pocius talks facts. For return on investment (ROI), he says, the newsletter is recognized as the most effective advertising channel for reaching a target audience. He’ll back up that position at a training session that bzn start is organizing on January 30.



Most employees would turn down a pay raise with one condition

Research shows that an employee quitting costs a company 33 percent of the person’s annual salary. In the technology sector, losing an employee is rather more expensive than elsewhere, and staff turnover in the field is particularly high – according to the results of the Baltic Salary Survey, it’s 17.2 percent. The size of that indicator is influenced not just by market trends, but also by the behavior of companies themselves, says Monika Vasiliauskaitė, the head of HR at the technology company NFQ.



We Can Code: the best time to start a career in IT is now

This weekend in Kaunas the We Can Code seminar session and programming workshops promoting an ethical and inclusive corporate culture in high-tech companies were held. For the fifth time, NFQ and KAYAK professionals from leading digital technology companies in Lithuania have shared inspirational success stories with readers of Delfi.lt.



From the first line of code to a paid job in just 5 months

Coding is the discipline open for creative and courageous people. Ieva – the law graduate, has switched her career in under half a year and has shared her experience with the most significant news portal in Lithuania. “7 out of 19 developers in my team have graduated anything but IT. Psychology, music, architecture or economics. That didn’t prevent them from becoming senior software engineers. Every one of us is free choosing our track wherever we want”,- Ieva debunked the popular myth about software development business.