Weekly TechUkraine Digest 2021

What has happened in the Ukrainian tech market on 1-7 of November 2021?

R&D, new offices in Ukraine

ELEKS launched its newest office in Zurich, Switzerland, continuing its global expansion and strengthening its presence within central Europe read

Avenga Ukraine launched a brand new office in Kharkiv, one of the biggest IT hubs in Ukraine.  The company already has 8 development labs in Lviv, Kyiv, Vinnytsia, Cherkasy, Khmelnytskyi, Lutsk, Ivano-Frankivsk and Poltava – read

dev.ua made comprehensive research about the R&D centers of TOP-20 Ukrainians IT companies: EPAM, SoftServe, Sigma Software Group, Ciklum and others – read

Venture capital and startups: 

Founded by Ukrainian Performance Enablement Platform Rallyware raised $22 MLN from PeakSpan Capital. Rallyware has R&D in Kharkiv and Ukrainian investors on the board, including Digital Future – read

Ukrainian Startup Fund announce 5 winners of the 32nd Pitch Day that will get finance for a total amount of $250 000: ComeBack Mobility, Lab24.com.ua, Silentbox, IBeauty, HoldYou – read

Ecosystem news:

The first-ever Ukraine’s Pavilion at Web Summit has launched in Lisbon and 12 startups selected by USF and CRDF Global presented their projects during the conference – read

For the first time in history, Ukrainian startup effa, 100% renewable and recyclable toothbrush made of paper, pitched the project at the Web Summit Central Stage. In April, effa raised $500 000 from an angel investor with the estimation of $3,5 mln – read

20 Ukrainian tech entrepreneurs were featured in TOP 100 richest Ukrainians according to Novoe Vremya. Among others: Max Polyakov – Firefly Aerospace, Vlad Yatsenko – Revolut, Vladyslav Chechyotkin – rozetka.ua, Lider, Lytvyn, Shevchenko – Grammarly,  Oleg Roginskyi – People.ai, Taras Kytsmey – Softserve, Kateryna Kostereva – Terrasoft – read

Within ІТ Arena Lviv ІТ Cluster in partnership with USAID Competitive Economy Program in Ukraine (CEP) launched Lviv Tech project that offers an effective one-click tool to connect with tech companies, consultancy agencies, and service providers from Ukraine’s fastest-growing tech hub – Lviv – watch

Ukraine and the European Union signed the agreement on the participation of our country in the EU`s “Creative Europe” programme (2021-2027) – read

TechUkraine participated in the international event “Innovative solutions in a digitalized economy: Germany – Ukraine” where discussed development of the IT-sector of Ukraine and the process of digitization of Germany & Ukraine economies – read


Fintech Diversity Radar by findexable – read 

Via TechUkraine, Bloomberg, DOU, dev.ua, NV, AIN

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