It’s been three months since COVID-19 was recognized as a global pandemic by the World Health Organization. During this time, MaxBill has carried out business as usual. We’ve never disrupted our operations and made sure to smoothly transition into the new working reality. Management and administrators have carefully monitored the situation every day.
The government and WHO recommendations were immediately implemented in both Prague and Odessa offices, with the specific requirements for each location taken into consideration. Particularly, following the lockdown announcement in the Czech Republic and Ukraine, offices were closed and all the employees were advised to work from home. Shifting to the remote teams’ organization has been very successful, thanks to the efforts of administrative management. Each step of the process has been explained in detail, with each member of the team being guided through potential difficulties.
In order to keep the familiar culture and give the team members a sense of belonging together were established additional activities, such as the daily meetings to casually chat over Zoom, weekly knowledge sharing seminars, photo competitions, guessing games, etc. Now the restrictions are being lifted all around the world, so employees who wish to return to the office are allowed to do so. Administrators in Prague and Odessa are extra attentive to make the office environment safe for the teams and visitors alike.
We are proud to be getting through this global health crisis as a team and will continue to approach each situation in this manner working together and listening to each other. Only this way we can grow stronger and continue delivering the best possible solution to our partners.
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MaxBill plans to attend the Enlit Europe on-site event, which will be held from 30 November through to 2 December 2021 at the Fiera Milano di Rho, Milan, Italy. Let’s meet up and connect!
Discover the main trends that will shape the utility industry in 2021 by reading the recent MaxBill datasheet. It paints a large picture of what will be relevant and how the providers can adjust their business operations to achieve success in the changing world.
We start this year’s series of interviews by talking to one of the Best Employees 2020 award winners. Alexander Kovalevskiy is a project director at MaxBill, who joined the team last summer. In this interview, he shares valuable tips for those starting their path in the role of a leader.
At the beginning of January, the MaxBill team participated in a series of informative yearly workshops, followed by an award ceremony for the best employees and the most active speakers of MaxSeminars of 2020.
As we approach the end of 2020, it is time to look back on its greatest highlights. From upgraded internal processes to wide brand recognition, from new friendships built to new regions uncovered, the passing year has left us a lot to remember.
It is predicted that eSports will earn $1.7 billion in 2021. Also, it is expected for the term “eSport” to disappear, as gaming events will become an organic part of the sports culture. This development is reflected in the number of wagers placed on these events and discussions held around them. However, there are still some nuances in this sector to explore deeper.
MaxBill releases a new whitepaper, dedicated to revealing the company’s vision for providing the gaming industry with a solution to strengthen partnerships and ensure business scalability, which will further lead to its success.