ASDE has launched a research among small and medium-sized business as part of the Sustainability Recovery Facility project
As a result of this study, a mechanism will be built that will show businesses how to remain resilient in times of war, how to find the necessary resources and open new opportunities to rebuild and restart business.
ASDE Chairwoman Alina Sokolenko comments:
"The purpose of the study is to analyze the state of the business in order to understand what priority consultations it needs in times of war. In particular, where to get loans or find appropriate resources "
The chairwoman of the Association also expresses his gratitude to the partners with whom we managed to sign the memorandum:
"I am grateful to our partners including Bank Lviv, Ukrgasbank, the Association of Industrial Automation Enterprises of Ukraine, the Circular Economy Alliance, and the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv for their effective work with vectors of sustainable business development in Ukraine."
It will be recalled that ASDE has launched the Sustainability Recovery Facility project, which aims to provide advice to Ukrainian businesses in order to quickly recover from losses during active hostilities. The project also includes a study on the current needs of Ukrainian business.