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Andrei Chirileasa
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Andrei studied finance at the Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies and worked for almost ten years for Ziarul Financiar, the main financial newspaper in Romania. For the last six years he was editor of the capital markets section in Ziarul Financiar. He joined the Romania-Insider.com team in May 2014 as editor and partner. Besides capital markets he is also interested in trends in economy, banking and politics. He is passionate about sports, movies and literature, especially crime fiction and political intrigues (Game of Thrones). He would like to live in the countryside one day, groom a vineyard and write his own literature. Email him for interviews, conferences and story pitches at andrei@romania-insider.com.

Japanese game testing company opens office in Bucharest

Japanese test outsourcing company Pole To Win International will open an office in Bucharest, in October. This will be the company’s third office in Europe, the other two being located in London and Glasgow.

The company has leased 720 sqm of office space in the recently refurbished Plaza Romania Offices. “The team will initially launch with up to 20 employees, with growth capacity available for up to 100 seats,” Pole To Win representatives have told Romania-Insider.com.

The company has chosen Bucharest for its expansion in Eastern Europe because the city provides access to a large multilingual talent pool and lower operational costs.

“We are looking for enthusiastic team players with excellent language skills. Whether they are gamers or simply enjoy working with languages, our Bucharest studio will suit people who enjoy working in a multicultural environment,” according to the company’s representatives.

Pole To Win offers testing services for games and other entertainment apps. The company’s core services include Customer Experience, Functional Quality Assurance, Localisation Quality Assurance, and Software Quality Assurance.

The group also has offices in the U.S., South Korea, India, China, Singapore, and Japan.

Over 60,000 Romanians work in outsourcing for low salaries

Andrei Chirileasa, andrei@romania-insider.com

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Profile picture for user andreich
Andrei Chirileasa
Editor-in-Chief

Andrei studied finance at the Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies and worked for almost ten years for Ziarul Financiar, the main financial newspaper in Romania. For the last six years he was editor of the capital markets section in Ziarul Financiar. He joined the Romania-Insider.com team in May 2014 as editor and partner. Besides capital markets he is also interested in trends in economy, banking and politics. He is passionate about sports, movies and literature, especially crime fiction and political intrigues (Game of Thrones). He would like to live in the countryside one day, groom a vineyard and write his own literature. Email him for interviews, conferences and story pitches at andrei@romania-insider.com.

Japanese game testing company opens office in Bucharest

Japanese test outsourcing company Pole To Win International will open an office in Bucharest, in October. This will be the company’s third office in Europe, the other two being located in London and Glasgow.

The company has leased 720 sqm of office space in the recently refurbished Plaza Romania Offices. “The team will initially launch with up to 20 employees, with growth capacity available for up to 100 seats,” Pole To Win representatives have told Romania-Insider.com.

The company has chosen Bucharest for its expansion in Eastern Europe because the city provides access to a large multilingual talent pool and lower operational costs.

“We are looking for enthusiastic team players with excellent language skills. Whether they are gamers or simply enjoy working with languages, our Bucharest studio will suit people who enjoy working in a multicultural environment,” according to the company’s representatives.

Pole To Win offers testing services for games and other entertainment apps. The company’s core services include Customer Experience, Functional Quality Assurance, Localisation Quality Assurance, and Software Quality Assurance.

The group also has offices in the U.S., South Korea, India, China, Singapore, and Japan.

Over 60,000 Romanians work in outsourcing for low salaries

Andrei Chirileasa, andrei@romania-insider.com

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