Mr. Oleksandr Chalyi delivered open lecture and moderated the discussion on the Ukrainian – American relationships and new geopolitical reality. The meeting was rather different from traditional business-oriented meetings as was devoted to the fate of Ukraine in the new world and the latest global trends.
In early December MIM-Kyiv together with Handicraft Chamber of Ukraine, International Taxpayers Committee and "Business Gathering" conducted EU4Business Week within the framework of the EU funded East Invest 2 project. The event was designed to support and develop SME and business support organizations.
International Management Institute “MIM-Kyiv” has dramatically upgraded its international standing according to the Eduniversal, the international ranking agency. It was awarded 4 Palms during the Convention of the organization in Perth. Thus, MIM-Kyiv has joined the premier league of 200 top business schools with significant international influence.
Four case studies will highlight small and medium business (SME) opportunities in Ukraine. Four CEOs of Ukrainian SMEs will describe their experience to start and manage an SME in the current business environment.
Ukraine is notorious for regulators’ inspections. What was going on that area and the new deregulation developments were in the focus of the discussion between Mr. Olexiy Honcharuk, the head of the Better Regulation Delivery Office and Ms. Ksenia Lapina, the Chairwoman of the National Deregulation Committee. The meeting was caused by the Verkhovna Rada’s (Parliament) extension of the Ban on Business Inspections until 31/12/2017 and adoption of the new laws on liberalization of business regulators’ activities and reform of business regulators’ control.
Was the topic of Mr. DmytroShymkiv’s discussion with MIM-Kyiv’s community. “Crisis is always about opportunities,” said he.
Mr. Shymkiv is the deputy head of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine on administrative, social and economic reforms, and one of the new generation politicians known for his international experience and a an advocate of the newest technologies.
Mr. Gennady Chyzhykov, the president of the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Member of General Assembly Eurochambers' Board of Directors, Honorary Consul of France, the first president of the LC AIESEC in Ukraine delivered a guest lecture to SE MBA students. During the lecture he discussed why businesses need chambers of commerce, and how the chambers can help companies make money and save money.
How did you feel when you last were buying something? Did you like how they smiled at you? Or your remark was neglected? How those little things at brands point of contact influence our “To buy or not to buy”? That was the focal point of the MIM’s Marketing Café meeting in early November.