With their high content of phyto-nutrients, blueberries are firmly established in the daily menu of many living in developed countries, and now the “blue berry” is confidently winning the favour of Ukrainian consumers. In 10 years, the area under blueberry plantations in Ukraine has grown tenfold, from 200 to 2,000 hectares.
Every entrepreneur has a recipe for how to start and grow a successful business. For Ivan Semenyuk and Andriy Pavlikovsky from Vinnytsia, a city in central Ukraine, this recipe is somewhat unusual: invest money and effort during a major crisis.
Coming from Sipka, a village on the left bank of Dniester River, Natalia Porhun came back from a trip to Italy impressed by the descendants of a family that has owned its own business for several generations.
The economic development of any country can be correlated to the equal development of its regions. Armenia is no exception. Once a gym and now a modern business centre, the Sevan Innovative Business Centre has already become a hub for new business ideas and initiatives in Sevan, a popular Armenian resort town located in the eastern province of Gegharkunik.