Eveline Buchatskiy – Bringing AI to The Masses with Low Code

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Host Karl chats with Eveline of airSlate.

airSlate is a Boston-based technology company specializing in no-code automation solutions, specifically in no-code document workflow automation, eSignature services, and document management. 

Eveline leads special projects at airSlate, including partner programs for MSPs as well as the airSlate Academy with a mission to educate and empower a community of people that are passionate about workflow process automation.

Eveline is a managing partner at One Way Ventures, a seed-stage venture capital fund investing in exceptional immigrant entrepreneurs.

Previously, she was a director at Techstars, a mentorship-driven startup accelerator based in Boston. At Techstars, Eveline along with her team sourced, invested, and nurtured over 50 prominent startups.

Eveline is also the former CEO of leading media company Ekonomika, having launched several popular websites including delo.ua, the most quoted business portal in Ukraine.

Prior to Ekonomika, Eveline was CEO of high-tech startup APCT, winner of the second annual “Silicon Valley Open Doors” contest in 2006.

Before moving to Ukraine, Eveline worked for 10 years as an engineering associate on several multi-million dollar projects for the top industrial gas company Praxair, Inc.

 


 

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