How do the local startup scenes look like in Estonia, Poland, Russia, Ukraine — but also in less known countries, from Bosnia-Herzegovina, to Moldova, to Georgia? How much do VCs invest these countries? Are corporations involved in these emerging ecosystems? Which are the most well-funded startups, and which younger ones should be followed? Why do so many ICOs come from Eastern Europe?
These and many other questions are answered in the latest research study by EWDN and UADN, “Startup Investment & Innovation in Emerging Europe.” The first of its kind, having involved more than 100 local and international experts and partnering organizations during one year, this research covers 24 countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
Ukraine Digital News is pleased to share with its readers a pre-release version of this report, which will be distributed widely across the region and internationally in early 2018. Enjoy this reading, and feel free to let us know any remark or suggestions.
The report includes 6 parts:
- Part 1: Regional trends
- Part 2: The Token Spring of Central & Eastern Europe
- Part 3: Artificial Intelligence: The new powerhouse of Europe?
- Part 4: Country sections (23 countries, including Ukraine)
- Part 5: Special Russia section
- Part 6: Featured startups and entrepreneurs
To download the report, please click here.
To be featured in this report, or send any suggestion for its next update, please contact chief editor Adrien Henni at editor[at]ewdn.com.