The CUTIS project (Canada-Ukraine Trade and Investment Support Project) in cooperation with chambers of commerce and industry has launched a series of trainings for small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) in the regions.
The main goal is to present the new opportunities opened by the Free Trade Area between Canada and Ukraine (CUFTA) for SMEs.
More information, as well as a calendar of events you can find on the link.
This time we spent an extremely interesting and busy day in Sumy, where a training session was held. A topic – practical aspects of export to Canada. The event was organized in partnership with NGO “Young Scientists Council” and Sumy center for business information support.
Training in Sumy brought together more than 35 entrepreneurs from a wide range of sectors – agriculture, consumer products and alcoholic beverages, construction, clothing and footwear industry, industrial equipment, IT services.
- Nadiya Kostyuchenko, Coach, Associate Professor of Sumy State University, NGO “Council of Young Scientists”
- Dmytro Shvets, a lecturer at the Kyiv-Mohyla Business School, CEO of the consulting company Start Global – a strategy for entering the global markets and a systematic analysis of the Canadian market
- Yulia Pavlenko, Director of the Department of International Operations “Ukrposhta”, initiator of the E-Export School project – e-commerce tools
- Yevgen Sozansky, partner of Xtheta – the opportunity of Shopify platform
Please find more details of the following events on the facebook page of the CUTIS project (https://www.facebook.com/CUTISproject/). Do not miss training in your city! The next city is Kharkiv (January 23) and Kropyvnytskyi (February 6).