Polish-Ukrainian Startup Bridge opens co-working for Ukrainian startups in Warsaw

In Warsaw, on September 8, the Polish-Ukrainian Startup Bridge (PUSB) will open a co-working for Ukrainian startups looking for temporary relocation to Poland due to the war.

The opening of a new space will be a great opportunity to meet the founders of Ukrainian startup projects, representatives of Polish venture capital funds and institutions of the business environment from Poland and Ukraine in one place,

the PUSB representatives noted.

To participate in the opening event, the startups need to fill in the form.

What is offered to Ukrainian entrepreneurs?

In the new co-working space, each entrepreneur will receive a place for work and business meetings, an opportunity to exchange experience, as well as will find new forms of Polish-Ukrainian cooperation in the field of innovative projects.

PUSB co-working can be used by startups that meet the following conditions:

  • The startup’s team consists of Ukrainians that launched the products and/or services with high technological potential by February 24.
  • The startup conducts its business or is looking for opportunities to expand the project’s activities in Poland and the European Union.
  • The startup has been officially registered for no longer than 60 months (there may be a different form of  individual entrepreneurship or LLC registration).

To become a co-working’s participant, the startups need to register on the Polish-Ukrainian Startup Bridge website. The total number of co-working participants is limited to 30 places.