On March 19, the National Agency of Investment and Privatization hosted a meeting of the NAIP management, First Deputy Chairman of the State Property Committee of Belarus Petr Brovkin, and Deputy Director of MotoVeloZavod LLC Maxim Tsuran with the managing partner of UNIT.City (Ukraine) Konstantin Yevtushenko and the financial director of this technopark Kirill Bondar about the possibilities of creating modern urban spaces for business in Minsk.
UNIT.City is Ukraine’s first innovation park opened in Kyiv in 2017 on the territory of the former Kyiv Motor Plant. Currently, there are 108 resident companies in the innovation park. Among them are four laboratories, three business campuses, a co-working space, eight gas pedals, and three investment funds to support and develop startups. Unit.City is part of the investment group of Ukrainian entrepreneur Vasily Khmelnytskyi UFuture, whose total value of assets is estimated at $500 million.