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When Bornyakov started out in the business in the mid-2000s, working as a system administrator in an internet club in Ismail, a small town in Odesa Oblast, mainly installing computer games, he found it tough to explain to the average Ukrainian the difference between a programmer, a computer specialist and a simple computer geek. Nobody seemed to understand.

Now that he is among the most successful businesspeople in Ukraine, the co-founder of three lucrative IT companies, a managing partner of WannaBiz, one of country’s most active seed fund, and an Odesa deputy for the up-and-coming Samopomich party, there are more people who get his explanations – in just the last few years, IT has become a part of everyone’s daily life.

Computers have come from being magical and rarely seen, to being ubiquitous tools that most people cannot imagine living without.

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