Since a full-scale war between the russian federation and Ukraine broke out, business, having invested a lot of effort and resources in supporting economic and military front, has played a serious role in the fight against the aggressor. During over eight months of the war, entrepreneurs showed great resilience in overcoming various challenges. The war made many enterprises put their production on a war footing, relocate and/or change specialization to adapt to the needs of both the population and the army.
Currently, the state, international partners and donor organizations offer a wide range of opportunities to support entrepreneurs during military operations. Earlier, the Business Ombudsman Council collected all available business support programs in the brochure. Besides, we decided to present actual opportunities for supporting entrepreneurs in the format of a joint event jointly with the Ministry of Economy of Ukraine, Diia.Business and the Entrepreneurship and Export Promotion Office. At the webinar, we will focus on current business support programs during the war. During the event, participants will also have an opportunity to ask questions and learn practical advice on participating in respective programs.
We would like to invite entrepreneurs and interested participants to join the online event “Business Support Programs During Military Operations”, which will be held on November 7, 2022 at 12:00 p.m.
1. Types of current business support programs during the war. How the Business Ombudsman Council can help.
2. State business support programs during martial law: types, conditions of participation and programs features.
3. Business support during the war: Diia.Business platform capabilities.
4. Frequently asked questions and answers on support programs.
Preliminary registration for participation is required: https://bit.ly/3DqgZ7s
Registered participants will receive a link to the ZOOM event.
The event was organized by the Business Ombudsman Council in partnership with the Ministry of Economy of Ukraine, the Entrepreneurship and Export Promotion Office and national Diia. Business project.
- Tetiana Korotka, Deputy Business Ombudsman
- Olena Chorna and Olena Kutsai, BOC investigators
- Tetyana Berezhna, Deputy Minister of Economy of Ukraine
- Andrii Remizov, Director of the Entrepreneurship and Export Promotion Office