16 Ukrainian startups to get investments from $5M Google Support Fund

In March, Google announced the $5 million for Startups Ukraine Support Fund. The Fund backs Ukrainian-founded tech companies so they can continue to strengthen their community and build a foundation for post-war economic recovery.

In May Goggle already announced our first batch of 17 recipients. Now 16 more startups from Ukraine has been selected to join the Google for Startups Ukraine Support Fund.

According to the conditions of the program, throughout 2022, recipient startups receive up to $100,000 of equity-free financial investment each, as well as Google Cloud credits and hands-on Google product and technical support.

The winners of the second batch

  • AcademyOcean – Helps businesses automate training for employees, customers, and partners.
  • Agrolabs – Uses data to help farmers avoid crop failure, increase yield and save time.
  • Awesomic – Matches design tasks with professional designers within 24 hours.
  • Cardiolyse – Remotely monitors heart health using AI to provide personalized reports, detection and a data-based prognosis.
  • Choizy – A video-based career guidance app for students and people looking to make a career change.
  • ComeBack Mobility – Aids in recovery and rehabilitation for crutch-users following lower limb injuries.
  • EducateMe – An all-in-one platform for real-time remote teaching and building courses within minutes.
  • Esper Bionics – Builds human enhancement devices, such as a self-learning prosthetic hand.
  • GIOS – A tutoring marketplace for math students and teachers.
  • Liki24 – Makes pharmaceutical products more affordable and accessible for customers, pharmacies, producers and insurers.
  • Masthead Data – Digital tool to help catch and correct data errors in real time.
  • Plai – Helps teams deliver better results through performance management.
  • Precoro – Empowers businesses by connecting requesters, approvers, procurement managers and accounting in one manageable space.
  • Promin Aerospace – Democratizing space by building self-burning rockets to deliver payloads into orbit faster than anyone else.
  • Twiso – A collaboration hub that makes meeting recordings discoverable, searchable and accessible to the whole team.
  • Zeely – Drives more revenue for small businesses with easy-to-use marketing tools.

“The thousands of applications we’ve received reflect both the high caliber of Ukrainian startups and the community’s strong entrepreneurial spirit”, – they say in Google.

Ukraine-based startups can still apply for the Google for Startups Ukraine Support Fund until September 20. Later in the year, the company will announce the final cohort of recipients.