How an entrepreneur from Kramatorsk transformed her business amid war in eastern Ukraine. For many women, their wedding day will be one of the most memorable of their lives, and naturally they want to look really special. Every detail matters: hairstyle, makeup, jewellery ...
Even as the war continues, EU4Business initiative helps Ukraine simplify the business of doing business. There’s a good reason why Ukraine is determined to help entrepreneurs get their businesses back on their feet or even open a new company – the country needs a strong economy to win the war against Russia.
EU-FINREG project, which is under the EU4Business umbrella, is helping to build a better non-bank financial services market in Ukraine. Leave the relative safety of the banking sector, and venture out into the landscape of the non-bank financial services market, and there are pitfalls aplenty for the unwary.
A vision of life free of medication and disease: That’s all Olesya Khaletska had when she started her own company at the age of 23, without much capital, experience, or expertise. At first, it was just Olesya and her husband, Valentin Khaletskyi, in the company.
Today, women care about the future of the planet as well as their own health. So in greater and greater numbers they’re opting for eco-friendly hygiene products – organic disposable pads and tampons, menstrual cups, or reusable pads.