Earlier this month, 10 entrepreneurs from Russia and Eastern Europe arrived in New York City with a chance to set up business in the U.S. They were chosen from more than 400 applications based on potential to succeed in the global market.
Company founders will spend three months building their products, finding customers, refining their pitches, and looking for investors.
This is the third group of startups brought to the Big Apple by Starta Accelerator, which acts as a bridge to the U.S. for new Russian and Eastern European tech companies. Ekaterina Dorozhkina, Starta’s managing partner, said that in 2017 the accelerator …read more
Source: Russia Beyond The Headlines