As part of the finals of the Polish-Ukrainian Startup Bridge (PUSB) mentoring program, the three most promising startups operating in Ukraine were selected. The Elomia project, which provides psychological support and helps in solving life problems, took first place and received an award of PLN 30,000. The second and third place took RE-leaf PAPER and Caretech.Human, respectively. Each of them received PLN 10,000.
Kyiv Tech Hub is the final conference organized as part of the Polish-Ukrainian Startup Bridge program, implemented by the Cooperation Fund Foundation in cooperation with the Ministry of Funds and Regional Policy. The aim of the Polish-Ukrainian Startup Bridge project is to identify the best business ideas during regional meetups in Ukraine. In the next stage, their acceleration during training sessions conducted by experienced experts and enabling them direct contact with representatives of Polish Venture Capital funds.
“More than 60 projects from all over Ukraine applied for the fourth edition of Kyiv Tech Hub, of which 20 were selected for the final. The jury, consisting of representatives of VC funds and the Cooperation Fund Foundation, assessed startups on the basis of criteria such as business potential, scalability, competences and completeness of the team, as well as the very way of presenting the project,” Krzysztof Grochowski, leading expert of the Polish-Ukrainian Startup Bridge, commented.