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100 REASONS TO INVEST IN UKRAINE

by Ulyana Shtybel, Ph.D |April 9, 2017 |0 Comments | Blogs | , , ,

Source: Ukrainian Business Portal

1) Ukraine’s new tax code implemented in 2010 established zero taxation for small businesses for a period of five years and for the hospitality sector and light industry for 10 years.

2) Income tax rate in Ukraine is (01.04.2011 the rate is 23 %, from  01.01.2012 – 21%; from 01.01.2013 – 19 %; from 01.01.2014 – 16 %).

3) Budget deficit in Ukraine is projected to be 3, 08% or 38,6 billion UAH in 2011.

4) Current account deficit in Ukraine is projected to be not more than 3,5%.

5) Ukraine’s GDP was over $300 billion and its per capital GDP was about $6,700 in 2010, and its GDP growth is projected to be over 4% in 2011 for the second year in a row.

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Debt-Based Crowdfunding is the Favorite Among Leading Platforms

by Mariia Maksymtsiv |December 27, 2016 |0 Comments | Blogs | , , ,
With traditional methods requiring a lot of paperwork, time, and hassle, new alternative lending opportunities are becoming more and more mainstream as developers continue to realize the many benefits this source of funding provide. read more

Grants for starting a business

by Mariia Maksymtsiv |December 23, 2016 |0 Comments | Blogs | , , , ,
If you’re a small business owner or thinking of starting a business, finance is probably your biggest concern. You may be wondering if there is any funding available for start-ups.

We’ve prepared a overview some useful grants to apply for.

Accelerating Commercialisation Grants offer ventures up to 50% of expenditure on a project, which is capped at $250,000 for commercialisation offices and eligible partner entities, and $1 million for other applicants. read more

BREAKING DOWN ‘Blockchain’

by Mariia Maksymtsiv |December 13, 2016 |0 Comments | Blogs, Blogs special | , , , , , ,
E very straightforward enterprise would like to be involved in blockchain that is one of the most intriguing technologies currently in the market today.

Introduction to Blockchain. A block is the ‘current’ part of a blockchain which records some or all of the recent transactions, and once completed goes into the blockchain as permanent database.

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