New co-working space opens in Warsaw for Ukrainian startups

On Sept. 8 in Warsaw, the Polish-Ukrainian Startup Bridge (PUSB) will “open a co-working for Ukrainian startups looking for temporary relocation” due to the war, reports Ukrainian tech blog AIN.

Entrepreneurs will receive “a place for work and business meetings,” together with opportunity to exchange experience with peers. They can take advantage of various forms of cooperation between the two countries in the field of innovation.

The co-working aims to bring together Ukrainian founders, venture capitalists and institutions from Poland and Ukraine “in one place,” says PUSB. 

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