EU4Business: consultations for Ukrainian SMEs affected by war

EU4Business: consultations for Ukrainian SMEs affected by war

May 2, 2022

The ‘EU4Business: SME Competitiveness and Internationalisation’ programme will provide 800 consultations to small and medium-sized businesses under the Stand for Ukrainian Business initiative.

The initiative will help entrepreneurs gain access to information and business support programmes, exchange business contacts (suppliers, customers, partners, etc.) and analyse the real needs of SMEs, in order to attract international resources to cover them and develop new business support programmes.

Advice will be provided to managers and business owners (currently operating, temporarily suspended or in the process of relocation) from all regions of Ukraine. The number of employees of the enterprise must be at least ten people.

Eligible sectors:

  • food processing (processing);
  • wood & furniture & industrial forestry;
  • instrument manufacturing & mechanical engineering & metalworking;
  • production of building materials;
  • light manufacturing;
  • Logistics (freight forwarding, warehousing).

Period of the initiative: April-June 2022.

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