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?
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.
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.
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.
This article details the success of an American startup with Ukrainian roots: Ring – a home security and smart home company. You will learn how the talented entrepreneur Jamie Siminoff and his team achieved a great reputation with investors, high levels of sales, and worldwide recognition in the first year of the company’s operation.
Grammarly is a service that tracks grammatical errors and stylistic errors in real-time and explains how to avoid repeating errors in the future. The service highlights potential problems in the text and offers corrections with explanations.
The Ukrainian Connection interviews tell the story of Ukrainians who found success outside of Ukraine, but who stayed connected with their Nenka. They share tips with Ukrainian entrepreneurs looking for advice, funding, and new markets.
The Chamber, in partnership with the European Business Association, helped organize the 2016 Seattle Tech Days, bringing over to Seattle large Ukrainian IT companies.
Take a look at this great info-graphic showcasing the ecosystem of the Seattle technology cluster (expired link). Published by a local Seattle startup Gist (expired link).
A study of certified organic processors and handlers found that the total income of cluster participants is correlated with the size of the cluster. In small clusters (3+ participants), income… Детальніше »US organic food handlers are more productive when in clusters