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Invite -- Precondition for Future Investment: Modern Education
ICBAC FORUM on November 19, 2020
The International Council of Business
Associations and Chambers (ICBAC),
Thursday, November 19, 2020
11 a.m. Kyiv time - 4:30 p.m. Kyiv time.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC) CORDIALLY INVITES YOU to the International Council of Business Associations and Chambers (ICBAC), Kyiv, Ukraine, Online-Forum “Precondition for Future Investment: Modern Education” to be held on Thursday, November 19, 2020 starting at 11 a.m. Kyiv time and ending at 4:30 p.m. Kyiv time. The ICBAC Forum will discuss priorities for Ukraine’s education system reform and labor relations required for producing a modern labor force for a modern, competitive economy. You will find the entire program of the ICBAC Forum attached to this e-mail.
The U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC), www.USUBC.org, is a founding member of ICBAC (International Council of Business Associations and Chambers in Ukraine,) www.icbac.org), which was created in 2017 to unite leading bilateral chambers and business associations in Ukraine in order to coordinate actions aimed at strengthening and deepening the level of business dialogue with Ukraine’s authorities and to better represent and protect business interests.
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION - ATTRACTING INVESTMENTS
Professional education under international standards is undoubtedly one of the crucial prerequisites for attracting investment. Only with a modernized education system can Ukraine succeed in keeping the young people in the country and ensure that employers have the qualified human capital available to them needed to expand existing businesses and develop new ones.
Additionally, with some businesses establishing their own training programs and cooperating with existing education establishments, full tax deductibility of education-related expenses is an important issue for the business community. Ukraine’s Labor Code also needs certain improvements.
The Forum will discuss priorities for Ukraine’s education system reform and labor relations which are required for producing a modern labor force for a modern, competitive economy.
Two USUBC members are among the Forum’s speakers, including USUBC’s Executive Committee member Margarita Karpenko, Managing Partner, DLA Piper Ukraine.
DTEK, a USUBC member, is a sponsor of the Forum.
NOTE: To view the Forum’s entire program, please open the attached file:
ICBAC Edu Forum Programme 2020_11-19_as of 2020_11-13_EN FINAL (002).pdf
NOTE: The Forum will be conducted in digital format with a two-language live streaming, ensuring a safe space for attendance.
NOTE: To join the Forum in English: https://youtu.be/2wZAgzA4TCY
NOTE: To join the Forum in Ukrainian: https://youtu.be/KQgWlSy60ts
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Any questions to the speakers should be sent to email@example.com prior to the Forum and we will strive to have them addressed in the forum.