Meet 9 Ukrainian startups coming to Web Summit

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Web Summit 2015 is going to be our most international conference yet. We welcomed attendees from over 100 countries to Dublin last year – we’re on course to surpass that figure.

Forbes has asked whether Ukraine could be the next Silicon Valley and the Ukrainian tech scene is estimated to be worth $5 billion.

We’re very excited about these nine Ukrainian startups coming to Web Summit:

Terminal FX

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Terminal FX create complex special effects for feature films and advertisements.

They have an impressive portfolio, having worked on Blue Crush 2, Death Race 2, and this Sundance-nominated Elijah Wood film.

This Ukrainian studio works regularly with Universal Studios, Warner Brothers, MTV, and 20th Century Fox. 



Founder Dmitry Zhgenti says he built DIYZER for hackers, saying he thinks the open-source hardware community have difficulty “working on complex projects together“. 

His startup facilitates collaborative work on hardware projects between makers of electronics.



Moneyveo is a Ukrainian microfinance startup with over 20,000 customers. They provide loans direct to users’ bank cards seven days a week, 24 hours a day.

We give money super fast,” says founder Mikhail Lizanets.

Look at these other Ukrainian startups joining them:


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