SME export opportunities in focus at ‘VinExpo 2017’ business forum

Business people in an expo hall
23/11/2017 to 24/11/2017

Owners and managers of small and medium-sized enterprises from the Vinnytsia, Khmelnytsky and Chernivtsi regions of Ukraine have an opportunity to take part in the ‘VinExpo 2017’ forum, to be held in Vinnytsya from 23-24 November 2017 – thanks to EU4Business.

The event is organised in the framework of the EU4Business Network of Business Support Centres project, implemented in Ukraine by the EBRD and funded by the EU.

The aim of the event is to expand the export potential of Ukrainian SMEs, discuss practical experience and facilitate the entry of Ukrainian companies into international markets through the discussion of the most important issues of export activity and the presentation of SME support programmes.

The two-day meeting will bring together entrepreneurs with professional experts in the development of export and marketing strategies, legal support and certification, and will include a presentation of available export support programmes, discussion of prospective markets, and B2B meetings.

On the second day, participants will be able to visit to successful exporting companies in the Vinnytsya region.

The EU4Business Network of Business Support Centres project aims to improve the competitiveness and bankability of Ukrainian SMEs through the provision of business advice and capacity building. It also supports BSOs in 15 regions of Ukraine in setting up a network of EU4Business Business Support Centres (BSCs). At least 30,000 SMEs and entrepreneurs will benefit from the project.




The deadline for registration is 16 November 2017

Priority will be given to owners and managers of the companies that plan expansion of the business, products or services to international markets.

More information about VinExpo 2017 can be found here. For further details call tel. 097 505 80 50, or email

Soborna Street, 87
Vinnytsa Institute of Trade and Economics of Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics