Ukrainian fund NetSolid invests in Apme, a mobile app studio

The Ukrainian fund NetSolid Investments has led the funding round for Apme. The startup is developing and marketing its own mobile applications in the personal health sector, NetSolid informed AIN.Capital.

  • The companies do not disclose the investment amount. But, NetSolid usually invests $200,000 — $1.5 million in early-stage projects.
  • Apme was founded in 2021. At the time of the investment, its first app, Nutry, is a full-fledged product with a 4.86 rating on AppStore.
  • Nutry is the studio’s first project. It helps users in the US effectively adhere to periodic fasting and improve their diet.
  • The personal story behind the creation of Nutry concerns Apme’s founder and CEO, Dmytro Nalbat. The company claims that Dmytro managed to improve his own health with the help from the app.

“We know Dmytro as a talented entrepreneur who has several successful businesses behind him. In particular, the sale of one of them to the most famous iGaming operator in Eastern Europe. Dmytro’s expertise in product development and digital marketing already reflects in Apme’s growth. We are happy to join the development of the studio as a partner, in order to accelerate the achievement of common goals,”

Stanimir Dobrev, Managing Partner at NetSolid, commented.

In June 2022, the fund invested €200,000 in the SaaS platform PromoRepublic as part of the Pre-A round set for a total of €2 million.