Sifted featured Ukrainian Fuelfinance, platform provides startups’ founders with financial reports, financial planning and plan-fact analysis.
- Alyona Mysko, CEO and cofounder, is not particularly concerned by the upcoming economic downturn: “We have a war in Ukraine. So we have already been affected by a much more serious crisis. I believe that after that, we are already prepared for any market conditions.”
- The business has grown 2.4x in 2021 — this year it’s been increasing 20% month-over-month. The revenue reached $684k in 2021.
- The team is now looking for an investor: “With fundraising, we can get an additional speed.»
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