Macaw, an award-winning employer and digital solution provider, has selected Vilnius as the location for its first office outside the Netherlands. In establishing a company in Vilnius, Macaw plans to grow exponentially and recruit highly talented information technology specialists who will develop Microsoft and Sitecore based solutions for international customers.
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