EU4BUSINESS IN UKRAINE

SMEs provide work for more than 4 million people in Ukraine, generate about 20% of the country’s GDP and make up the majority of the country’s companies.  The business environment in Ukraine is highly regulated but standards, support services for SMEs, innovation policy and assistance for women entrepreneurs need to be improved to allow SMEs to really thrive.

EU4Business aims to improve the country’s business climate. It makes it easier for SMEs to get finance and provides training and targeted support for businesses led by women and those working in the green economy. SMEs also get technical support to help them align with EU standards, increase exports and benefit from the free trade deal between Ukraine and EU.

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Success stories

Roksolana Vakulenko, director of Vip-Toys - company that Toys launched the production of children's toys with EU4Business Support
Two years ago, Vip-Toys launched the production of children's toys in the city of Rivne in Western Ukraine, operating under the Doloni-Toys trademark. Production immediately began to grow rapidly. The range of goods was initially small, with the company producing and selling just four types of toy, employing 15 people and with two pieces of equipment. Now, the range includes dozens of items, with...
Ukrainian entrepreneurs, who are now confidently gaining their place in the EU market, went to Chile to get useful tips for successful exporting
Chile is the world's leading producer and exporter of blueberries. Ukrainian entrepreneurs, who are now confidently gaining their place in the EU market, went to Chile to get useful tips for successful exporting. In recent years, the Ukrainian blueberry sector has been demonstrating the highest growth rates in the fruit and vegetable sector in Ukraine, with a total production area of 2,100...
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Doing business will soon become easier for Ukrainian entrepreneurs: retailers will be subject to simpler regulations and there will be fewer grounds for penalties. The Better Regulation Delivery Office (BRDO) is working to promote the de-regulation of this sector as part of the FORBIZ project. Mykhaylo, 42, is the IT Manager of a small retail company that is expanding its chain of home furnishing...