Startup Comin became a successful graduate the most comprehensive incubation program in Ukraine – eō Business Incubators.
eō Business Incubators, supported by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) conducted its first Demo Day in Ukraine and presented early-stage Ukrainian tech startups. Among eō Business Incubators first cohort graduates is Comin.
During the Demo Day, William B. Taylor, Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. of the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv, said: “The United States is proud to support Ukraine’s tech potential, assisting its entrepreneurs transforming and scaling that potential to become globally competitive businesses. Business incubators play a key role in the United States, preparing startups for growth. Therefore, we support the most comprehensive incubation program in Ukraine – the eō Business Incubators.”
Besides the pitches, the Demo Day agenda included presentations on funding opportunities by Startup.Network and the Ukrainian National Startup Fund, along with lectures and workshops on challenges that Ukraine’s startups face in design, finance, and pitching.
“This Demo Day is the culmination of an intensive incubation program that helps Ukrainian startups rapidly launch and grow their business. It is a great opportunity to find investors, one of the many steps forward that we’re confident will result in their success. Today’s event includes startups, venture capital and seed investors, and representatives from tech ecosystems in Ukraine and abroad. We’re thrilled that our graduates can benefit from this unique opportunity,” said Charles Whitehead, co-founder of the eō Business Incubators.
The eō Business Incubators Demo Day is jointly organized by the USAID Competitive Economy Program, KPMG, and Startup.Network.