eConsul is a new online platform where you can apply or renew a Ukrainian passport. It’s the latest project from the volunteers at the Razom IT initiative. continue reading →
By Michael J. Buryk.
On May 16, 2017, Razom IT and The Hatchery co-sponsored a Ukrainian startup company pitch night called, “Are You Serious?” at the New York headquarters of the global law firm Dentons. A group of New York investors was on hand to critique the presentations of the five early-stage startups.
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One of the goals of Razom IT is to give more opportunities for Ukrainian startups and entrepreneurs to be placed front and center of the New York startup scene. The Hatchery’s “Are You Serious?” pitch night, which has run in the city for six years, is one such great opportunity. Razom IT partnered with The Hatchery for the second time to bring a Ukrainian edition of AYS and showcase five early-stage startups* with Ukrainian roots in front of a panel of investors tasked with giving their honest feedback about the startups’ technology, business, presentation, financial plan, marketing strategy, and more.
When we think about Ukrainians in tech, the bright and the brilliant come to mind. We also think of the engineers who can build the geekiest tech-solutions in the world, win Google and Facebook computer science competitions, and get talent-based visas to the US on a whim!
Razom IT is bringing together incubators and accelerators from New York and Ukraine to facilitate the dialogue between the risk-takers, let them share their success stories and nightmare scenarios, exchange opinions about the actual opportunities and working business models. Join us for one evening full of information, connections and inspiration.
Razom IT came to Dnipro, Ukraine on Thursday July 21, 2016 for the first Razom IT event outside of New York City. It was a discussion with Andrey Akselrod (a Dnipro-native) co-founder and CTO of Smartling, a NYC-based startup, about his American experience, US/UA differences in IT and startups, what Andrey has learned since the start, and how Ukrainian entrepreneurs can be competitive on the international stage.
On June 22nd, Razom IT held a panel discussion with two Ukrainian startup co-founders—Oleskandra Rohachova of Ink Hunter and Ostap Kovalisko of BookBuses—who made their way to New York via the Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator (ERA). Founder and Managing Director of the ERA, Murat Aktihanoglu, also joined the panel to share insights on joining an accelerator program in NYC. continue reading →