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Latest news about Ukrainian startups in the time of war

News 042022 Eng

Current news about how Ukrainian startups and IT ecosystem work during the war.


  • Business accelerator FeelGoodLabs: how to enter the U.S. market? – read
  • Grammarly has committed $5 million—equivalent to the net revenue generated from the usage of Grammarly’s product in Russia and Belarus since 2014—to organizations and funds supporting the people of Ukraine. – read
  • ICLUB team members do their best to support Ukraine by sending donations, sharing their network contacts and managing volunteer programmes like The 1k Project Ukraine. – read
  • TechCrunch: An inside look at a Ukrainian fintech startup adapting to life during wartime. – read
  • Estonia stands firmly with Ukraine and is prepared to offer safety to Ukrainians fleeing the war by providing free services, workspaces and other solutions to the affected Ukrainians. – read
  • Party.Space, a metaverse events platform founded and operating in Ukraine, helps global leaders like EpidemicSound, Grammarly, and Slack to keep their teams connected. – read post
  • A community that aims to match the tech companies welcoming Ukrainian professionals and jobseekers. Its mission is to support the integration of Ukrainians into the European tech labour market and bring back their own and families’ financial security. – read
  • Romanian Angels for Ukrainian Startups help angels, founders and startup teams in Ukraine to find a solution for the current situation. And their families. – read
  • Ukraine is home to many great products. You can spend your money supporting Ukrainians and getting quality and fabulous products. – read
  • London-based FCA-regulated banking app GoSolo has launched its operations to support founders seeking to create a U.K. limited company, and a business account has raised £800,000 funding. – read
  • How French Tech is supporting Ukraine. – read
  • President of the Merck Global Health Innovation Fund LLC, Bill Taranto and Ilya Popov, Founder & CEO of ComeBack Mobility, discuss how to maintain a healthcare innovation startup during wartime. – watch
  • Ukraine’s remarkable IT sector thrives a month from Russia’s invasion. – read
  • The FREE Ukraine Foundation and Ukrainian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (UVCA) are running a program aiming to provide aid for startups and specialists that are a part of the Ukrainian startup community. – read
  • Lviv IT Cluster purchased Starlink terminals as part of a joint initiative with SpaceX for the needs of the critical infrastructure of Lviv and the region. – read post
  • Geek Ventures launched a “Save Ukrainian Startups” project, a marketplace of help for the Ukrainian startup ecosystem. – read
  • AVentures Capital presents The DealBook of Ukraine, 2022 edition. The DealBook is an annual overview of the Ukrainian tech investment industry. This edition comprehensively covers the full year 2021 and the first deals of 2022. – link to Google Drive