Victoria Zavyalova

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Chaos, Loathing and Tech: How the War in Ukraine Hit U.S. Immigrant Entrepreneurs

When Russia invaded Ukraine, many tech companies were caught up in the chaos -- and now they're dealing with the fallout. Some U.S. startups, too, became unlikely casualties of war.

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How Immigrant Investors Are Rebuilding the U.S. Supply Chain

Coming from non-traditional backgrounds, immigrant and minority VCs are open to investing into overlooked niches. Three newly-established funds are aiming to foster sustainability within the global supply chain, which has recently been disrupted by the pandemic.

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Business Immigration: What 2021 Will Bring for Foreign Entrepreneurs in the U.S.

The new administration could reverse some of Trump's immigration regulations and executive orders, but it might take time to undo the damage, experts warn. What should foreign entrepreneurs in the U.S. expect?

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Could Covid-19 Be An Opportunity For International Startups In New York?

For years, international founders invested heavily in U.S. expansion. Now, New York, one of their top destinations, has been hit hard in the pandemic. How is the city's global startup ecosystem dealing with the challenges?

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Entrepreneurs Against Dictatorship: Lukashenko's Regime Hurts Belarusian-American Founders

U.S. tech companies founded by Belarusians have long been a source of pride for Europe's last dictator, Alexander Lukashenko. Now, as entrepreneurs are challenging his 26-year-old rule, they are feeling the same pressure as everyone else. Silicon Valley startups have also taken a hit.

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Are Immigrant Entrepreneurs Left Behind By Small-Business Aid?

The pandemic eliminated 36 percent of immigrant small-business owners, according to reports.

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