Ukraine’s Accession to the EU Single Market Program: Looking into SME Landscape and the Needs of Entrepreneurs in Ukraine

On February 2nd, Ukraine and the European Union signed an agreement on Ukraine’s participation in the Single Market Program. The European Union’s Single Market Program is a financial support initiative of the EU with a budget of 4.2 billion EUR, designed for 7 years (from 2021 to 2027). Ukraine’s accession to this program will strengthen Ukrainian business sector as well as cooperation with the EU, which is especially important in view of the European integration processes and Ukraine’s EU candidate status. But what will it take for the effective implementation? This webcast is a follow-up of the debate, hosted by Ivan Štefanec MEP in Strasbourg, where we learned a lot of practical findings and data on the current local business sentiment and the needs of UA/EU exporters. It is with great pleasure that we invite you to join this virtual discussion on 12 April at 10 AM CET (90 MIN) .


    IMCO & ITRE Committees

    Delegation to the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Association Committe

    President of SME Europe of the EPP

    SME Connect Board Member

    Lukas Mandl MEP

    AFET, LIBE & EMPL Committees

    SME Connect Vice-President


    Marcin Nowacki

    President of the European Enterprise Alliance (EEA) ; EESC Rapporteur to the opinion on the EU-Ukraine solidarity lanes


    Oleksii Sobolev

    Deputy Minister of Economy of Ukraine


    Anna Derevyanko

    Executive Director of the European Business Association (EBA)

    Kateryna GLAZKOVA

    Executive Director Center of the Union of Ukrainian Entrepreneurs (SUP)

    Olena AYRAULT

    Unlimit Ukraine programme coordinator with the European Business Association (EBA)

    Nazar Bobitski

    Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers Kyiv Office

    Nina Levchuk

    Co-founder of Impact Force and United for Ukraine



    Chair of the Steering Committee of SME Connect


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