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Our predictions on startups creation & growth in the EU & US amid war in Ukraine

The creation and growth of tech startups in the United States and Europe have been on the rise in recent years, with many new companies emerging in various industries. However, the ongoing war in Ukraine has had a significant impact on the tech startup ecosystem in both regions.

In the United States, the war in Ukraine has had a minimal impact on the creation and growth of tech startups. The US has a strong economy, a well-established startup ecosystem, and a large pool of talented individuals who are able to start and grow new companies. Additionally, the US has a well-established venture capital industry that provides funding for startups, allowing them to grow and scale their operations. In the coming years, it is likely that the creation and growth of tech startups in the United States will continue to be strong, despite the ongoing war and the US economy is expected to remain stable, which should provide a favorable environment for the creation and growth of new companies.

However, in Europe the situation is more complex, the war in Ukraine has had a more significant impact on the EU tech startup ecosystem and it is likely that this will continue in the coming years. The conflict has led to a brain drain, as many talented individuals have left Europe to seek better opportunities abroad. This has made it harder for European startups to find skilled workers, and has also led to a shortage of mentors and advisors who can provide guidance and support. However, Europe still has a strong startup ecosystem, and many new companies are expected to emerge in the region, particularly in the field of technology.

In addition, the impact of COVID-19 on the global economy has affected the startup ecosystem worldwide, and it may cause a slowdown in the creation and growth of startups, but it also opens many opportunities for new companies in the field of remote work, e-commerce, and healthcare technology.

Overall, the creation and growth of tech startups in the US and Europe are expected to continue despite the ongoing war in Ukraine, although it will likely be more challenging in Europe due to the economic sanctions and travel restrictions. However, the emergence of new technologies and the changing economic landscape will likely create new opportunities for startups in both regions.

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