Ambassador of Ukraine to the UK
Trade Representative of Ukraine,
Deputy Minister for the Development of the Economy, Trade & Agriculture of Ukraine
State Service of Ukraine for Food Safety & Consumer Protection
Co-Founder & Director,
Chief Executive Officer,
Advisor to the CEO,
Chief Executive Officer,
Central Plains Group
Assembly of Agricultural Chambers of Ukraine
Head of Global Marketing,
The UK-Ukraine Political, Free Trade and Strategic Partnership Agreement signed by both governments in London in October opens up significant opportunities for business from both countries, not least in the agricultural sector.
Typically the UK imports about 40% of its food requirements. With Brexit taking effect this year, Ukraine is well-positioned to step in as a major contributor to UK food security. Ukraine has already established itself as a major player on global agricultural markets – for example, in the latest agricultural year, Ukraine was ranked #2 agri exporter to the European Union and also #2 global grain exporter.
Therefore we have convened the UK-Ukraine Agribusiness Webinar, which is scheduled for Tuesday, 16th March at 14:00 GMT, and which is being held in partnership with the Embassy of Ukraine in the UK.
Members of the expert speaker panel include Ukraine’s Trade Representative, Ambassador to the UK, The Head of the State Food Standards Agency, the top executive from one of Ukraine’s leading exporters (and head of the most influential agribusiness grouping), as well as representatives of UK agricultural groups active in Ukraine.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the opportunities being created as agricultural trade between the UK and Ukraine is set to enter a period of impressive and sustained growth.
Identifying the opportunities for Ukrainian agrarian exporters being created by the UK-Ukraine Political, Free Trade and Strategic Partnership Agreement
How Ukraine can contribute to the UK’s food security
An overview of the agrarian trade and investment dynamic between Ukraine and the UK
Opportunities for Ukrainian exporters of agri-food products to supply major UK retail chains
How UK Export Finance’s £2.5 billion cover for Ukraine can have the maximum benefit for both parties
The growth of activity by international strategic investors and private equity houses in acquiring stakes in Ukrainian agri and agri-related businesses
Implementing the highest standards of food safety and quality
Moving Ukrainian exports of food products further up the value chain to greater value-added processed products
Case studies of successful cooperation between Ukraine and the UK in the agribusiness sector