A strong business ecosystem and skilled workers will be key to anticipated reconstruction work in Ukraine. The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) invites you to join an online event co-hosted with the U. S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and the Jefferson Institute on new efforts to ensure Ukraine has the needed support and talent. Senior business executives, government officials, and thought leaders will discuss immediate and future priorities for Ukrainian workforce development, as the country prepares to rebuild its economy and infrastructure.
Together we will examine possible strategies to infuse innovation into renewal and modernization efforts. Among the approaches: embracing new technologies, evolving official policies, systems integrations, and promoting cross-sector benefits. The discussion builds on a CIPE-commissioned study of current challenges facing the Ukrainian business community and expressed needs for workforce development, which we believe can be met via strong collaboration among the country’s private sector, government, and the education sector. Please join us for a robust discussion. Translation from Ukrainian to English will be provided.
- Dariia Andriunina, Head of the Labor Migration Unit of the Labor and Employment Dept., Ministry of Economy of Ukraine
- Andriy Karakuts, Chief of the Center of Applied Research
- Andrii Dykun, Chairman of the Ukrainian Agrarian Council
- Jason A. Tyszko, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation
- Andrii Mykytiv, Co-owner of K.tex
- Natalia Otel Belan, CIPE Director for Europe & Eurasia (Moderator)