9 February 2023 12:30 CET

How to combine a Swedish presence with an external development team. 

We have invited one of our partner companies, Go Wombat to talk about our ongoing projects. They will give insights on how our projects were structured and managed  together with best practices.


  • Short intro with Developers Shore
  • Partnership + intro of Go Wombat
  • Experience working as an external remote development team
  • Client cases with Developers Shore 
  • How Go wombat collaborate with Developers Shore
    - Typical working process
    - Best practices

February 9 (Thursday) 

12.30pm (CEST, Stockholm) 13.30pm (EEST, Kyiv)

Language: English

Link to Zoom will be sent when you sign up for the webinar



Oksana Shipilova
Business Development and Partnerships Manager

Oksana Shipilova is a highly experienced business development and partnerships manager with over four years of experience in the IT business sector. She has held positions at the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) and at JDC, an international welfare fund with representative offices in over 70 countries. Throughout her career, she has gained extensive experience in grant projects and project coordination. Given her extensive experience in the IT business sector, she successfully helped Go Wombat to build strong partnership connections around the world.

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Jonas Jakobsson
Sales Manager

Jonas Jakobsson, Sales Manager Developers Shore.  Developers Shore was started as a spin-off of Developers Bay - Sweden's leading network of senior freelance developers. At Developers Bay, it became clear how big the deficit of talented developers is in Sweden and we could not see that Sweden would be able to meet the demand for high-quality developers. We therefore decided to start a company with a focus on helping our customers solve their development needs remotely. The goal was to make the process easier, faster and cheaper to hire developers remotely. Our approach has been to create the premier network for remote developers.

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Mike Ivanov
Chief Information Officer

Mike Ivanov is an experienced and highly qualified Chief Information Officer. With more than fifteen years of experience in journalism, content execution, and PR, Mike has established himself as a leader in the field. His ability to develop and manage projects has allowed him to thrive in his various roles. Mike has also held a C-suite role in the technological field for the past five years. His expertise in this area has allowed him to make a significant impact in the industry.

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Maria Windna, Marketing & Event Developers Shore