Two US nonprofits – a venture capital firm and a health insurance foundation – are reviewing applications to select 12 Ukrainian IT startups
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Two US nonprofits – a venture capital firm and a health insurance foundation – are reviewing applications to select 12 Ukrainian IT startups

Two US nonprofits – a venture capital firm and a health insurance foundation – are reviewing applications to select 12 Ukrainian IT startups to gather in Kyiv Oct. 30-31 for a ‘financial health forum.’ Focusing on startups working on fintech solutions to improve financial health for low-to-moderate income families, Village Capital and MetLife Foundation will pay for two days of business development and investment readiness training at UNIT.city. Travel and hotels will be paid for firms based outside of Kyiv, reports Ukraine Digital News. The top two startups will win grants of $10,000 each.

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