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Results in Ukraine
20,380
new jobs created
7,836
SMEs supported
* Results for 2020
Access to Finance
Where can I get finance?
The EU provides special loans to SMEs through local partner banks in Ukraine
JSC Bank Lviv
The amount is defined individually
JSC Creditwest Bank
Amount of loans up to 250 000 €
ProCredit Bank UA
The amount is defined individually
Credit Agricole Ukraine
The amount is defined individually
Oschadbank
The amount is defined individually
OTP Leasing LLC
The amount is defined individually
JSC Agroprosperis Bank
The amount is defined individually
JSC KredoBank
The amount is defined individually
EBRD
The amount is defined individually
JSC Ukreximbank
The amount is defined individually
Ukrgasbank
The amount is defined individually
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Covid-19
Information Support Centre for SMEs by EU4Business
07.09.2021
“Ukrainian farmers have learned how to make cheeses that are just as good as European ones”, Vasyl Tsvyk says with confidence. He is the owner of the farming enterprise Tetiana 2011, located approximately one hundred kilometers from Kyiv.
30.07.2021
When you hear the word “renovation”, how do you feel? Probably something not altogether pleasant. Though the final result may be good in the grand scheme of things, taking into account the idea that change is inevitable and, in most cases, a positive thing, the process itself is often a source of frustration, tension, and dis-ease.
30.07.2021
It's hard to imagine a more popular food in the world than pizza. Lush soft dough with a crispy crust and fragrant spice-filled toppings... And then there’s the cheese – hot and delicious with tendrils that stretch in long threads when a slice is pulled from the pie.
11.05.2021
Labneh, haloumi, caciotta with mint, kachokavallo, mahan… These are just some of the exotic names of products made at the Kozatske Podviria or Kozak Yard Farm in Donetsk.
27.04.2021
Lidia Khyla is a new entrepreneur from Melitopol whose story started out rather glumly, but not unusually. After 19 years at the local Technical Inventory Bureau, a housing agency, she was laid off during staff cuts.
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