get consulting support for your company for business sustainability and food security of Ukraine.
In the conditions of martial law, the food security of the state is of critical importance. Therefore, it is essential to ensure the stability of companies involved in this field, to create conditions for their continuous activity and development.
It is for this purpose that the international cooperation program "EU4Business: competitiveness and internationalization of SMEs" and the Kyiv-Mohyla Business School [kmbs], funded by the European Union and the German government, are initiating a joint project that involves 80 hours of work by specially selected consultants and coaches in the interests of the company- participants Consultations are entirely free of charge for 35 companies that will be chosen.
Requirements for participants: The company must be involved in the agricultural and production supply chain: suppliers, agricultural producers, processors, wholesale and retail trade of farm products and food products, food industry are invited; manufacturers, suppliers of equipment for the food industry, etc.
The project is implemented with the support of the international cooperation program "EU4Business: competitiveness and internationalization of SMEs", jointly financed by the European Union and the German government and implemented by the German federal company Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH GIZ Ukraine.
The purpose of the program is to create better conditions for the development of Ukrainian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), to support innovation, and stimulate exports, which is the way to sustainable and uniform economic growth.
EU4Business is an initiative of the European Union that helps small and medium-sized enterprises in the Eastern Partnership countries. More details: www.eu4business.org.ua
The executor of the project is Kyiv-Mohyla Business School [kmbs].
The content of the consultations within the project is the sole responsibility of kmbs and does not necessarily reflect the position of the European Union, the German government, and GIZ.