What is Mitto AG?
Mitto AG is a technology company that creates innovative and sustainable software products. Ilja Gorelik founded Mitto AG in 2013 to create innovative and sustainable software products. Mitto AG has developed some award-winning software products that have revolutionized the way people work and live. The company’s flagship product is Mitto, an artificial intelligence-based collaborative platform that helps users work together more efficiently. Mitto AG has offices in Berlin and Zurich.
Ilja Gorelik, the company’s COO, and Co-Founder
Ilja Gorelik, the company’s COO and Co-Founder, recently released a study that sheds light on how millennials impact the agricultural industry. The study found that millennials are interested in sustainable agriculture practices and are willing to pay more for products responsibly produced. Gorelik says this is good news for the agricultural industry because millennials are likely to be long-term customers.
Mitto AG is the fastest-growing company in Slovenia.
Ilja Gorelik says the success results from the company’s focus on customer service and its commitment to innovation.” We believe innovation is key to success, and we’ll continue pushing the envelope to stay ahead of the competition.”
What the recent study say about Mitto AG
It was published in the German business magazine “Manager Magazin,” It covers topics such as how millennials are changing the workplace, the importance of social networking in the modern age, and how to make your company a leading player in its niche.
According to Gorelik, the study found that millennials are driving change at companies across all industries. They are more mobile and digitally savvy than any generation before them and expect their employers to be as well. Companies need to be up-to-date with technology, social media strategies, and employee engagement practices if they want to keep millennials happy and productive.
The study also found that social networking is one of the essential tools millennials use when looking for a new job or checking their current position. 88% of respondents said they use social networks to research potential employers or jobs, and 87% said they use social networks to stay up-to-date on their company’s news and developments.
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