EU-UA media project by The Brussels Times

Tuesday, 10 April 2018 14:37
The Brussels Times launches an exclusive European-Ukrainian media project - "UA-100: Ukrainian Business for Europe".
Our goal is to open Ukrainian business, to demonstrate its scale and potential for European community. We strive to make it easier for companies and enterprises from Ukraine to enter European markets.

The European Union is a global leader in import of goods and services - the volume of imports last year was 1.8 trillion euro. But Europeans still know little about Ukrainian companies and the products they offer. There is a problem - the lack of awareness about Ukrainian business. And we are going to solve this problem.

Thanks to the extensive presence of The Brussels Times in the on-line space of the EU, as well as the distribution of The Brussels Times Magazine - in the heart of European life - the capital of Belgium, Brussels - diplomats, international and sectoral organizations, deputies of the European Parliament and others will have the opportunity to read about and discover Ukrainian business.

We invite you to take part in the project “UA-100: Ukrainian Business for Europe”. The Brussels Times has authorized the Boutique Creative Agency in Ukraine to represent us and work on the editorship for this project.

The project starts in April 2018 and will be finished in January 31 next year. During this time, we will collect interesting and exclusive information about the 100 best companies and enterprises of Ukraine, which will be included in the special issue The Brussels Times. It will be an image glossy A4 format magazine which will be available at the end of this year.

The details about the project will be provided by our authorized representative - the Boutique Creative Agency in Kyiv. For more info, please contact Mr. Roman by phone on +38 073 437 78 77 or by email: creaboutique@brusselstimes.com

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