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2016-12-08

T-Tronic became a sponsor of winter Connected Car summit

T-Tronic became a sponsor of winter Connected Car summit

T-Tronic has become a sponsor of Connected Car, the first CIS summit dedicated to connected cars that will be held in Moscow on December 20-21. 

T-Tronic focuses on developing platforms for service centers’ offer aggregation for road-users. The main goal of the company is to provide drivers with opportunities to monitor car service prices and compare them online.       

On December 20, David Shostak, T-Tronic CEO, will speak at the summit on the topic: Analytics of Connected Car big data and creation of new products based on it.  

The speaker studied at Tel-Aviv University and took the publishing course at Stanford University. He has a great experience in Connected Car market analytics as well as in project development and promotion.     

David gives lecturers in the RF Government-affiliated Financial Academy and conducts trainings within the MBA Media program.    

To learn more about T-Tronic and listen to professionals, register for Connected Car summit.    





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