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u.ventures Invests $4M in Eight Ukrainian and One Moldovan Startup Since Russia’s Invasion


u.ventures, a Kyiv, Ukraine-based venture capital firm, has invested $4m in eight Ukrainian and one Moldovan startup since Russia’s full-scale invasion began on February 24, 2022.

The funded startups include: 

  • Instock (Robotics Warehouse Automation), 
  • Haiqu (Quantum Computing Software), 
  • Cloudprinter (Global Print-On-Demand Network), 
  • NewHomesMate (New Construction Homes Marketplace), 
  • Speedsize (AI Media Content Optimization), 
  • Bloomcoding (Online Coding School for children), and
  • three undisclosed companies.

Established in 2017 by the Western NIS Enterprise Fund (WNISEF), a $285 million regional fund, which has over 29 years of experience investing in high-growth companies in Ukraine and Moldova. u.ventures invests up to $1,000,000 in early stage tech startups (from pre-seed to Round A) with world-class teams and potential for a global growth. To date, u.ventures invested over $7.5 million in 23 Ukrainian and Moldovan startups.