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Latest news about Ukrainian startups for 11/2021

Latest news

This month we are introducing promising startups, InputSoft and Legal Nodes.


  • InputSoft: SaaS that optimizes processes for the aviation industry. –read
  • Legal Nodes: personal lawyers for startups focused on the global market. –read
  • Ucluster’s new Telegram channel informs readers about the latest developments in the Ukrainian IT and startup ecosystems and trends in venture capital. –visit Telegram


  • The first Ukrainian pavilion in the history of the  Web Summit in Lisbon. –read 
  • How a new breed of Ukrainian entrepreneurs find success in global tech markets. –read
  • Ukrainian startup MaxAh develops the most powerful graphene-based battery in the world. –read
  • The Ukrainian Tech Ecosystem Overview platform now includes educational content for  investors, educational institutions and R&D centers. –read
  • Grammarly announces a $200M funding round from Baillie Gifford and BlackRock. –read
  • Tips on how to attract the attention of startup investors. –read
  • Wefunder is a crowdfunding platform for startups. Their School of Angel Investors helps investors fund startups with just a $100 minimum. –read
  • The Spanish Unicorn Glovo is preparing to acquire the Ukrainian food delivery service –read
  • Thirty startups from Ukraine have been selected to take part in the annual Polish-Ukrainian Startup Bridge project. –read
  • Pibox, which is developing a SaaS platform for collaboration on projects for audio and video creators, graduated from Techstars Toronto and raised $400,000 in pre-seed investment. –read
  • Takeaways by the Web Summit 2021 participants who push the Ukrainian tech ecosystem forward. –read
  • More about a meeting of the UVCA Investors Club in partnership with Founders League and selected startups to be presented on December 10th on the Startup Alley during the Ukrainian Private Equity & Venture Capital Summit. –read post
  • Quick update on the most popular domiciles for VCs around the world. –read