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Ukrainians to go to the world-known startup conference TechCrunch Disrupt

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Private Ukrainian Startup Pavilion will be at the startup conference (San Francisco), reports AIN.UA.

Nick Bilogorskiy (former head of the anti-virus Fasebook division and co-investor of Petcube) and Zhenya Rozinskiy (manager of several projects in the US companies) organized the selection of projects in Ukraine.

The conference will take place on September 12-14, 2016, in San Francisco. Nick and Zhenya will select 6-8 teams from all who apply.

The selection criteria are simple:

  1. Startups should not be older than 2-3 years.
  2. Raised capital does not exceed $3 million.
  3. The team wants to and can afford to come to the US at the right time.

Please contact organizers to be a part of the Ukrainian Startup Pavilion and show your startup to the world by emailing at techcrunc[email protected]

The Ukrainian section has also a separate page on Facebook, where you can find detailed information.

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