Weekly TechUkraine Digest 2021

What has happened in the Ukrainian tech market during the second week of summer 2021?

Venture capital and startups: 

A digital-native technology services provider Grid Dynamics with offices in Ukraine (Kyiv, Kharkiv, Lviv, Dnipro) has acquired Tacit Knowledge, a Pitney Bowes-owned company, a global consultancy focused on digital commerce – read

The Ukrainian startup memoryOS, an app to improve and train memory in a gamified way, has raised over $350,000 on Kickstarter, backed by 1,593, reaching its initial goal 30 times over – read

Ecosystem news:

Ukrainian WeSoftYou is now a multi-award-winning team as the fastest-growing company in the world by Clutch, a data-driven research platform that is widely respected in the B2B scene – read

The article by KyivPost is about the tech industry that transforms Ukraine, attracting new talent with decent pay: key figures and dynamic – read 

UDP developers are moving ahead with three ‘IT cities’ – in Lviv, Kharkiv and Kyiv, said the company vice president, Vitaliy Melnyk. In September, the company will open its 18,000 square meter ‘business campus’ at LvivTech.City. With a total planned buildout of 110,000 square meters, the company plans to start residential construction this fall – read

How Pangram by X-Platform helps to develop creative industry in Ukraine and worldwide raed

How Kharkiv-based Radmirtech’s products enhancing productivity and keeping people healthyread

How Kharkiv-based Academy Smart helps Israeli Cloudyn to enhance the code coverage up to 80% read

How Everscan helps enterprises and cultural heritage to create extremely accurate models for further development – read


Boxes, trucks and bikes by Benedict Evans – read


Via TechUkraine, KyivPost, AIN, UBN

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