//UT students become employed in prestigious American corporations

UT students become employed in prestigious American corporations

2019-09-03T09:50:54+00:00 September 03, 2019|
Students of the study program of Informatics of the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics of the University of Tetova, Semi Nebiu, Besar Abdyraimi, Berat Nebiu, Ilir Hashimi and Zejdi Asani become employed in the Drivosity corporations, which is the leading provider of GPS fleet tracking and safety solutions for the food delivery industry. The corporation has already opened new offices in Clermont, Florida, Belgrade, Serbia and Tetovo, North Macedonia, to accommodate new talent, boost local economies and leverage high-tech talent pool.
Drivosity’s new corporate headquarters are strategically located in the community of Clermont, Florida to not only support the company’s growth strategy, but also energize the local community with entrepreneurial drive, job opportunities and community engagement. Their production facility will remain in Winter Park, FL, where they share the space with partner HTH Inc. The leadership team, customer support staff and professional services are based in the new headquarters.
The decision to expand was a logical step as these areas are rich with top technology talent from universities like the University of Belgrade, State University of Tetova and South Eastern European University. Drivosity views machine learning, artificial intelligence and data science as keys to accelerate further growth and has plans to develop a business technology incubator program in Belgrade specific to these areas. The program will include investments in scholarship programs as well as developing a Drivosity office near a university campus. This location will serve as a center of expertise for interns to learn, develop career paths and potentially join the Drivosity team.