Air recuperation systems, thermal insulation using hemp, alternative types of household power plants and “smart” homes – all that are Ukrainian startups known not just in Ukraine but also abroad.
ElectroVesti and Greencubator explain how Ukrainian companies could receive irrevocable EUR 20 000 for their development. Read more
In 2018, the Ukrainian road sector experienced a transition, because it was the first year of the sector decentralization and of the Road Fund activities. In addition, with the support of European banks, structural repairs of highways from Kyiv to Odesa, Kharkiv, Chop, Chernihiv and other cities will be made. Read more
In 2019, the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine will purchase 227 buses, 153 trolleybuses, 56 trams and 35 underground carriages for 8 cities of Ukraine using the EIB and EBRD loans. Also, the funicular in Kyiv will be reconstructed and modern systems of travel fare will be installed. Read more
The European Union provides Ukrainian small and medium-sized businesses with affordable loans, grants for research and innovation, consultations on business development and partner search abroad. Go to “Small and Medium Business Map” to learn how to get this support. Read more
Olena Kushchenko, S.I. Group Regional Personnel Manager from Makiivka moved to Dnipro in 2014. Since then, she became a craftswoman making felt items, having already made over 160 of them and actively keeping a Facebook page. Olena speaks about the search of self and self-realization on the eve of her first personal exhibition. Read more
The idea of establishing a business in the production shop format typical for Lviv has been naturally conceived, Yurashky pryanik production shop’s co-owner Illya Verkholiak says. But the concept and all business processes have been developed from scratch, as well as the product itself. Read more