About us
We are a not-for-profit initiative created in Luxembourg in order to facilitate cooperation between Ukraine tech and startup ecosystems with the Benelux one. The innovation sector is playing a prominent role in the fight against the Russian invasion and will continue to be pivotal in the future, during the reconstruction of Ukraine. The entire world watched with bated breath as Ukrainians swiftly implemented innovations, demonstrating unprecedented resilience in both their people and economy. However, Ukraine’s progress would not have been possible without the remarkable support of partner countries that have remained steadfast in their friendship.
About us
Since the onset of the full-scale invasion, Luxembourg has unwaveringly stood by the Ukrainian people, never doubting the significance of its actions, which are especially notable in the IT sector. There is no doubt that technological advancements are reshaping the way we live. Ukraine exemplifies this transformation more vividly than any other place, offering a valuable experience that other nations can draw upon for the benefit of their own citizens. I am sure that collaboration with regards to innovation is mutually beneficial for Ukraine and its partners!

What we offer


Ukraine inovation guide


We’re here to help angels, founders, and startup teams in Ukraine overcome challenges and secure a brighter future for all.

How It Works

1. Dashboard: Explore profiles of volunteer angel investors willing to support, as well as startups searching for support. When you find a match, both parties receive each other’s contact details.

2. Ukrainian Startups: Share your needs and brief information. A volunteer angel investor will reach out to provide assistance.

3. Angels:  Kindly detail how you can contribute and support the Angels section, helping to strengthen the startup community and create meaningful connections.

Your support can make a world of difference for Ukrainian startups. Please take a moment to share your details and let us know how you can contribute. Together, we can help drive innovation and growth in the Ukrainian entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Please let us know what you need help with:

 We’re here to assist you in overcoming challenges and achieving your goals. Please take a moment to share some essential details about your startup and your current needs. Your information will help us connect you with the right resources and support to drive your venture forward.

Please provide us with some information about your startup and your specific needs. This will help us connect you with the right support:

For Those Interested in Tech Innovation, Delve into the TechAngels4Ukraine Survey:

Our Team

Valeriia is Luxembourg based Compliance officer and MLRO as well as a managing partner for Fund AML Sarl – a consulting company for Asset Due Diligence and compliance for investment fund managers. She has extensive experience in compliance, anti-money laundering and investment management for both UCITS and alternative investment funds. Having Ukrainian origins, she advocates Ukraine in Luxembourg and has initiated a dedicated ThinkTank in order to facilitate and support Ukraine recovery from a professional standpoint by gathering stakeholders and setting up Working groups with the scope varying from investment guidelines and to VC Guides.

Tetyana is The Loupe’s founding partner, a Luxembourg company that specialises in strategic marketing, communications and PR.
It offers a one-stop shop for all your needs, including consulting and various production facilities such as UI/UX design, web development, graphic design, branding, brand style guidelines, video, and audio. Its in-house specialists can also provide effective means for online marketing and search engine optimisation. Clients include big and small brands in different sectors (e.g., hospitality, science, medicine, education, media, telecommunications, IT, charity). Language proficiency – English, French, German, Luxembourgish, Russian, Ukrainian.
Tetyana has solid business experience and a strong academic background in computer-mediated interaction and communication, multilinguality, and digital marketing. The combination of theoretical and practical knowledge allows Tetyana to create innovative solutions for the market.

With a background in Asset Management in the UK and Luxembourg, Arnold Spruit has been a Non-Executive Director since 2008. Arnold has studied and become certified at INSEAD in Corporate Governance.
Experience across Europe as a Non-Executive Director. Fund experience in Climate Change and Biodiversity, Sustainable Infrastructure, Private Equity, Real Estate, Venture Capital, and Private Credit. as well as direct Company experience in Digitalisation and Start-Ups in diverse sectors.
Arnold has volunteered as Vice President of the Luxembourg Business Angel Network since 2020 and has been a Start-Up Mentor since 2018.

Tanya Endshpill, is a trailblazer in education and cybersecurity, boasting over 9 years of expertise. She’s the creative mind behind groundbreaking educational programs and a recipient of the prestigious World ORT Excellence Award for Teaching Technology, Informatics, and IT.
As the Education Program Specialist at Scienteens Lab (University of Luxembourg), Tanya pioneered and steered, an interactive haven for tech-curious teenagers.
Her current endeavours focus on the frontiers of green coding, game design, cybersecurity, and AI—a testament to her unwavering dedication to the intersection of education and technology.

Denis Dovgopoliy is one of the leaders of the entrepreneurial community, who has been developing the venture capital industry in Ukraine since 2005, the organiser of industry conferences in Ukraine, the USA and Europe. In the past, he was the manager of a venture fund and the first accelerator for technology startups in Ukraine. Graduated from the Faculty of Aerospace Systems KPI (class 1996) and holds an MBA degree by MIM-Kyiv (class 2000). Since the beginning of the war, Denis has been the most active leader of the economic resistance front, which has been pressuring global companies in order to withdraw them from russia. Ukrainian economic forces are responsible for closing 500k jobs in russia and 700+ companies left. Denis developed a methodology of cancel culture for such companies and organised more than 100 decentralised teams for Economic war.

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