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15 Jun - 16 Jun Kiev

4th Sweden-Ukraine Business Forum

The Embassy of Sweden and Business Sweden will, for the fourth consecutive year, organize a Business Forum in Kyiv on June 15-16, 2015

In a time when Ukraine faces challenges and external pressure, we believe that this event is more important than ever. By arranging this Forum, we want to demonstrate that Swedish Business believes in the future of Ukraine and help to unlock the vast trade potential that exists between our countries. Sweden is already providing political backing as well as substantial financial support, but we all know that foreign investments and trade growth is a key for a sustainable future of Ukraine. 

The overall idea of the Forum is to make it easier for Swedish companies to establish or to make their business in Ukraine grow. We will promote Sweden as an innovative and competitive business partner and highlight Ukraine’s market potential in attractive business sectors. The new Ukrainian governmental team will give an update on the structural economic reforms, their impact on running business in Ukraine, and upcoming business opportunities in different sectors of the economy. The panel discussions taking place at the Forum will include international experts and analysts, international financial institutions, Swedish and Ukrainian investors, business leaders and decision makers.

Key topics:

  • “Reforms Implementation: Achievements and Areas for Business Climate Improvement”
  • “Sweden and CSR. Social responsibility in challenging times as a competitive advantage”
  • “Effective e-government solutions and Ukrainian IT export as vehicles for sustainable growth”.

See the Forum's programme, key-note speakers, partners and participants here.

For registration and questions please contact ukraine@business-sweden.se

Registration is open until May 25.