NFQ Group continues to expand globally by entering the African market

NFQ Group, which encompasses the software development company NFQ Technologies that operates in Lithuania and Poland, continues to grow internationally. The Group already has offices in Lithuania, Poland, Germany, Vietnam, Thailand, and Singapore, and has recently become the majority shareholder of Cairo-based



VC funds keep on investing in European startups, but much more selectively

Venture Capital (VC) funds --- despite the gradually deteriorating economic situation in Europe ---continue to actively invest in startups on our continent. However, they are much more selective in choosing investments, and the valuations of companies have also dropped, according to research carried out by investment firm Anthemis Group. The key to the investors' money is now a good prototype of the final product, the so-called MVP, that will show its potential, said Paulius Insoda, CEO at NFQ Technologies, an international IT company helping global brands create innovation recently opened its Polish branch in Krakow.



Clutch names NFQ a 2022 Leading Software Company in Lithuania

Clutch, the B2B ratings and reviews platform, has named us among their leaders. Their latest findings show that we’re the top software developer in Lithuania for 2022.



Great growth potential for EV charging market

The value of the global electric vehicle charging station market will grow from $17.6 billion in 2021 to $111.9 billion in 2028, which means an average annual growth rate of 30.3%, according to the latest Fortune Business Insights’ report. This is currently the fastest growing segment of the shared mobility industry, which creates great opportunities for potential investors, said Paulius Insoda, CEO at NFQ Technologies, an international IT company helping global brands to create innovation, which recently opened its Polish branch in Krakow.



MOKI-VEŽI: using the omnichannel approach to grow business

Omnichannel commerce has long ceased to be a strategy solely for pure e-commerce players. Many brick-and-mortar sellers are discovering this sales approach that both answers the needs of the modern buyer and helps to increase sales volumes.