The present situation differs radically from the recent past. However, the business continues to exist and receive investments. So how should startups attract funding? What trends have emerged in this area?
For almost a year now Lviv Tech Angels have been connecting angel investors in the Lviv region with Ukrainian startups in order to evaluate them for funding suitability.
How to find an early stage investor: a list of business angels actively investing in Ukrainian startups
This article looks at a category of investors called business angels. We provide a detailed list of the most prolific angel investors who are interested in Ukrainian startups.
Hrish Lotlikar, founder, angel investor and citizen of the world, shares his advice for startup investors and Ukrainian founders
When Hrish Lotlikar first arrived in Ukraine, his goal was to start a venture capital firm as he had worked in venture capital in NYC.
You will learn about how Nick Bilogorskiy came to the United States, where he started his business, and his brilliant path to the position of Director of Security Intelligence at Google.
Andriy Zinchuk is a startup ecosystem specialist and adviser who has shared with us his tips and priorities for startup founders.
Who are Business Angels? The term “Angel” was coined within the Broadway theater, where wealthy individuals made donations to theatrical productions. As soon as the production brought significant income, the investments were fully returned, with interest.
Victoria Tigipko is a successful business owner and investor. In 2010 she founded the TA Ventures Foundation, a global company that invests in upcoming technology startups in Europe (including Ukraine) and the United States.
How to win at a casino and become an angel: Semyon Dukach – a troublemaker and an investor in over 130 startups
Semyon Dukach is a founding partner of One Way Ventures, a venture capital fund that supports startups that are in the early stages of development and, most importantly, have at least one immigrant among the founders.
Modern Lviv has a great potential for the digital economy, and is one of the three largest IT centres in Ukraine. Lviv was the first Ukrainian city where the first formal IT cluster was founded.