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About Khmelnytskyi

A city in the western part of Ukraine, Khmelnytskyi is the administrative hub for its region located near the historic enclave of Podolia perched on the banks of the Buh River. It's uncertain when the city was founded, but it has been inhabited for eons as many archaeological discoveries have been made such as a settlement from the Bronze Age (20000 BC) and from Scythian times (7-3 Century BC). The city is connected to Prague, Moscow, Warsaw, Budapest, Belgrade plus numerous other Ukrainian cities via railway plus highway, so it's easy to escape when the desire to run away occurs. Khmelnytskyi is served by the Khmelnytskyi Ruzhychna Airport so you can always take a flight if need be. There are numerous education institutions including 6 universities spawning the next generation of tech savvy souls. The second largest city in the area, its 267,973 residents can be found meandering its streets, chatting in cafes or getting busy in coworking venues.

Khmelnytskyi may not be a startup hub per se, but the Ukraine apparently is the best-kept secret for many California-based startups that expand their engineering teams abroad due to the low wages, the vibrant social scene and over 150,000 developers for hire. The country's annual economic output from IT outsourcing grew five times from 2011 to 2015, making IT the 3rd largest export in the Ukraine behind mining and agriculture. The Ukraine does have hurdles for its own startup community to get over, such as many do not speak business-level English.

This is a country where post-Soviet capitalism is less than 30 years old and many coworking venues are flooded with tech savvy youth tied up with working for outsourcing companies, rather than for themselves.