Beetroot Purchased Five Reconnaissance Drones for Ukrainian Army
September 19, 2022 — Stockholm, Sweden — The impact-driven tech ecosystem with Swedish roots celebrated its 10th anniversary and expressed appreciation to the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) for the…
September 19, 2022 — Stockholm, Sweden — The impact-driven tech ecosystem with Swedish roots celebrated its 10th anniversary and expressed appreciation to the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) for the opportunity to continue growing in the Ukrainian market.
Beetroot has consulted with the charity foundation KOLO to ensure a relevant and helpful contribution. As a result, the organization suggested Mavic 3 Fly More drones, which have already proved their effectiveness for surveillance, artillery direction, and target identification in various frontline areas.
“We feel strong and set our sights on further achievements and sustainable growth in Ukraine. And this is only possible thanks to the Ukrainian army’s tireless fight against Russia’s ruthless occupants. So this year, we’re not throwing a big birthday party. Instead, we’re celebrating by showing our appreciation to those brave men and women who defend Ukraine and the free world’s fundamental values daily,” said Andreas Flodström, Co-Founder and CEO of Beetroot.
Beetroot reacted to the Russian invasion in 2014 by launching its non-profit tech school Beetroot Academy and providing scholarships for people affected by the war and annexation of Crimea to gain new skills and start a career in Tech.
Beetroot is a tech ecosystem with its roots in Sweden, helping clients solve their software and staffing needs by managing each and every step in tech competency — from education to sustainable development services.
Beetroot was founded in 2012 and today engages around 600 people across its headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden, and Europe.
Read more about Beetroot here.