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In the Heart of War Finding Opportunities & Building Businesses. Taras Veleyko - CEO of the Invest Office In Lviv, Ukraine.

February 06, 2023 Jason Birkevold Liem Season 3 Episode 6
In the Heart of War Finding Opportunities & Building Businesses. Taras Veleyko - CEO of the Invest Office In Lviv, Ukraine.
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It's an Inside Job
In the Heart of War Finding Opportunities & Building Businesses. Taras Veleyko - CEO of the Invest Office In Lviv, Ukraine.
Feb 06, 2023 Season 3 Episode 6
Jason Birkevold Liem

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Taras Yeleyko has 20 years of experience in investment, financial and asset management in both the public and private sectors.

Currently, Taras heads the Invest Office In Lviv, Ukraine. Its the office where entrepreneurs can learn about investment opportunities in the region, business support programs, and get advice on export opportunities.  It also a marketplace for programs and grants for small and medium enterprises.

Our goal is to help and simplify business life at all stages of its operation -from finding investments for the start, to preferential loans to accelerate development. This is especially important now when the country is at war.

The goal of the Invest Office is not only to rebuild businesses in Ukraine, but to build a better country, with a focus on building partnerships with foreign companies. The Invest Office is a service center for both Ukrainian and foreign companies to quickly enter the region.

Taras´ take-home tips:

  • We all need to resist and fight for our freedom,
  • In challenging times, we need to believe things will improve and to look for opportunities, because they are always there
  • Never give up - learn, live and find a way.

In this episode, Taras and I explore the questions and issues around the following:

  • How is the Ukrainian economy holding up during the war?
  • What has it been like for businesses in the Ukraine?
  • What is the key to Ukrainian economic resilience?
  • How do you see Ukrainian economy in five years?
  • What can businesses around the world learn from Ukraine? What are some advice you would share with our lis

REFERENCES:
S1 E15:
Advice on Fostering Resilience From a Former Bosnian Refugee. Interview with Amela Koluder - Creative Leader & Writer.
S2 E24:
Stories of Resilience from the Ukrainian Battle Front: Interview with Volodymyr Dehtyarov: Soldier, CEO & Athlete
S2 E25:
Finding Resilience in the War in Ukraine. Sofiya Opatska, Vice Rector at the Ukrainian Catholic University.

Taras Yeleyko's  contact information: 

LinkedIn:        @TarasYeleyko
Website:        @TarasYeleyko
Website:         Invest Office, Lviv

CONNECT WITH ME:
webpage:   www.MINDtalk.no
Instagram  @itsaninsidejob_MINDtalk
LinkedIn:    @JasonLiem
Twitter:      @MINDtalkCoach

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Taras Yeleyko has 20 years of experience in investment, financial and asset management in both the public and private sectors.

Currently, Taras heads the Invest Office In Lviv, Ukraine. Its the office where entrepreneurs can learn about investment opportunities in the region, business support programs, and get advice on export opportunities.  It also a marketplace for programs and grants for small and medium enterprises.

Our goal is to help and simplify business life at all stages of its operation -from finding investments for the start, to preferential loans to accelerate development. This is especially important now when the country is at war.

The goal of the Invest Office is not only to rebuild businesses in Ukraine, but to build a better country, with a focus on building partnerships with foreign companies. The Invest Office is a service center for both Ukrainian and foreign companies to quickly enter the region.

Taras´ take-home tips:

  • We all need to resist and fight for our freedom,
  • In challenging times, we need to believe things will improve and to look for opportunities, because they are always there
  • Never give up - learn, live and find a way.

In this episode, Taras and I explore the questions and issues around the following:

  • How is the Ukrainian economy holding up during the war?
  • What has it been like for businesses in the Ukraine?
  • What is the key to Ukrainian economic resilience?
  • How do you see Ukrainian economy in five years?
  • What can businesses around the world learn from Ukraine? What are some advice you would share with our lis

REFERENCES:
S1 E15:
Advice on Fostering Resilience From a Former Bosnian Refugee. Interview with Amela Koluder - Creative Leader & Writer.
S2 E24:
Stories of Resilience from the Ukrainian Battle Front: Interview with Volodymyr Dehtyarov: Soldier, CEO & Athlete
S2 E25:
Finding Resilience in the War in Ukraine. Sofiya Opatska, Vice Rector at the Ukrainian Catholic University.

Taras Yeleyko's  contact information: 

LinkedIn:        @TarasYeleyko
Website:        @TarasYeleyko
Website:         Invest Office, Lviv

CONNECT WITH ME:
webpage:   www.MINDtalk.no
Instagram  @itsaninsidejob_MINDtalk
LinkedIn:    @JasonLiem
Twitter:      @MINDtalkCoach

Support the Show.


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