Kyiv City State Administration is working with Igor Shoifot, chairman of Ukrainian Happy Farm incubator and the U.S. representative of TMT Investments, to open a co-working space in Kyiv, where startup teams will be able to work on their projects free of charge. Existing spaces in the Ukrainian capital charge anywhere from $70 to $200 per desk per month.
“Startups mostly happen not thanks to investors or rich people, but young guys who can’t even pay for a co-working space. Therefore they have to work from home, but projects worked on from apartments don’t survive. Silicon Valley’s concept of startups made in a garage is there for a good reason,” Shoifot told the Kyiv Post.Kyiv authorities work with American investor to open a free co-working space for startupsRead More