High-tech office to develop innovative projects to open in Ukraine
Office to support startups opens on July 27
Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Stepan Kubiv stated this, RBC reports.
The high-tech office to support the development of the innovative projects will start its work in Ukraine, on Wednesday, July 27.
"Tomorrow we will open the high-tech office - an organization that should become a platform for the development of innovative projects and modern technologies by providing financial and expert support to start-ups and innovative companies in the early stages of existence", Kubiv explained.
According to Deputy Prime Minister, one of the programs that were designed by the Ministry of Economic Development in 2016 is a strategy for the development of high-tech industries, which covers all aspects of the development of the digital economy in the country.
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