Quality data provides the basis for a business’s success, creating a need for data collection automation for many industries. Ukrainian startup datuum.ai came up with an innovative way of solving this pressing issue. So how effective is this innovation?
According to the Ukrainian Center for Medical Statistics, an average of 97.5 thousand Ukrainians suffer from musculoskeletal injuries annually. Startup Raccoon now offers users a variety of interactive programs to manage their back pain, such as posture correction and pain relief.
“The US market is undoubtedly huge and ruthlessly capitalist. You can have even a raw product to establish yourself here, but only if it has obvious advantages over existing solutions“, 一 says Serhii Dovgopolyi, the founder of the accelerator FeelGoodLabs.
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.
The Bank of Memories project from Ukraine aims to reliably preserve vital personal data and pass it on to future generations via blockchain, making the platform secure and durable. The project has its own cryptocurrency – GBM coins.
In response to the medical demands created by the pandemic, medtech has become one of the world’s top technological trends. One of the most impressive and successful Ukrainian innovations is the orthopedic startup ComeBack Mobility, whose history began with an injury.
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.
Ukrainian startup Carbominer developed a unique technology that extracts carbon dioxide directly from the air and uses it in various technological processes.
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.
Ucluster continues to immerse itself in the Ukrainian startup community, publishing thought-provoking insights, tips for startup founders and angel investors, and important upcoming events.
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.