DLF partner to speak on entering the Ukrainian market at an event for German construction companies
On April 26-29, the online event “Virtual travel to Ukraine in 2021” for German construction companies will take place. The key aim of the event is the establishment of business connections with Ukrainian companies, organisations and state institutions in the industry. The agenda includes a variety of presentations, as well as different formats of direct B2B communication. The event is organised by DREBERIS (Dresden International Strategy Consultants), a German consulting organisation.
Among others, DLF partner, Igor Dykunskyy, LL.M. will be presenting at the event and will speak on the legal aspects of entering the Ukrainian market. He will also tell the participants about the major investment opportunities in Ukraine and provide examples of successful implementation of investment projects.
Other participants include: Alexander Markus, chairman of AHK (German-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce), Fabian Nemitz, an expert on the Ukrainian economy at GTAI (German Trade & Invest), Konstiantin Saliy, head of the Ukrainian Union of Manufacturers of Building Materials, Oleksandr Pietushkov, head of the National Expert-Building Alliance of Ukraine, as well as representatives of Ukrainian and German enterprises, Ukrainian state authorities, the Embassy of Germany in Ukraine, etc.
The first two days (April 26-27), will be devoted to the general economic situation in Ukraine, the country’s investment potential, practical experience of German companies working in Ukraine, interaction with Ukrainian counterparties, the current state of events in the construction industry, and projects being implemented in Ukraine. In the following two days (April 28-29), various networking events and B2B meetings between German and Ukrainian companies will be held.
At the end of each session, the participants will be able to ask questions or express their opinions.
The ‘virtual travel’ starts on 26 April 2021 at 10:00 am Kyiv time (9:00 am Berlin time).
Working languages: German, Ukrainian (simultaneous translation).