In this short video Serhii tells us how to compactly pack goods into shipping boxes, greets a Polish tank convoy going to the Ukraine border, and shows the final leg of his journey to the train station in Poland.
From the first days of the Russo-Ukrainian war the Ucluster team has been sending First Aid Supplies to Ukraine. We usually get requests for specific items from folks in Ukraine whom we know well. We then buy the goods in Germany and bring them over to logistics hubs on the Polish border.
Ucluster organized fundraising for the First Aid Medical Supplies for Ukraine’s Cities. We raise money for first aid supplies. | Bank of Memories: a Chance for Digital Immortality.
This month we compiled a list of events useful to Ukrainian startups and investors and identified 2022 trends in investments in Ukrainian startups. We also met with Carbominer – a Ukrainian startup that developed a unique technology for extracting carbon dioxide directly from the air.
This month we met with several startups such as Pavooq, GIOS, Time for Machine, FlyAgData, Calmerry, Elai.io, ActiveChat and analyzed the trends of the Ukrainian coworking scene.
This month we met with the founder of the IT cluster of Luhansk region Reactor, Nusrat Nuriev, and learned how a programmer from Baku managed to create an IT cluster in Lysychansk and the development of IT clusters in eastern Ukraine.
Margarita Sivakova, the founder of the Ukrainian startup Legal Nodes, aims to create a single place for solving legal issues of startups and other IT businesses. On the Legal Nodes platform, the client is assigned a personal lawyer picked from an international network of proven attorneys who best understand the needs of a particular business.
This month of October 2021 we are presenting our new rankings of Ukrainian Unicorn startups. As we reviewed fast-growing Ukrainian startups, we divided them into four groups: Active Unicorns, Future Unicorns, Former Unicorns, and Foreign Unicorns with Ukrainian roots.
Science fiction and Hollywood TV series are becoming a reality thanks to Ukrainian technology startups such as A.D.A.M., which helps customers print new organs, bones, or tissue on a 3D printer.
Everything for the people. Ademrius: A Software-as-a-Service solving problems of doctors and patients
The Ademrius service is designed to solve the common issues of doctors and patients, starting from online appointments and telemedicine to the complete maintenance of the patient’s electronic medical record.
Reviving the IT ecosystem of East Ukraine: Eva Belchenko on the Mariupol IT cluster and the Startup Development Center 1991 Mariupol
When we met with Eva Belchenko, we sensed her long-lasting love for her hometown, and her wish to change Mariupol for the better. Her ambitions for initiating change in East Ukraine’s society and economy emerged at a time when the region started experiencing an outflow of highly qualified professionals.