A meeting of one of the largest business communities in the country – the European Business Association
On November 18, the Annual General Meeting of the European Business Association took place. For 22 years in a row, this landmark event brings together company leaders, investors, business leaders to discuss the results, plans and goals of the business.
On the part of G.R. The event was attended by the operational director Artem Rempen (Member of the Coordinating Council of the Dneprovsky office of the Association) and commercial director Sukh Dmitry.
The event was opened by Anna Derevyanko, executive director of the Association, who thanked each member of the EBA for their invaluable contribution to the development of society and expertise. The focus of her speech was on trends in the country that appeal to business, do not support the community, and which she would like to change. Yes, business sustainability has become a positive development – most companies have adapted this year and found their niches and predict further development (83% of the surveyed EBA members). A new global trend that has emerged in Ukraine is striving for sustainable development.A welcoming speech was made by Serhiy Marchenko, Minister of Finance of Ukraine – the only representative of the Government who joined the meeting. He noted the importance of the event, which brought together representatives of transparent business, who will pay taxes in good faith and provide the state with resources for the implementation of significant initiatives. According to the Ministry of Finance, this year the TOP-20 taxpayers for profit in Ukraine paid UAH 32 billion to the state budget. more than last year. And the further task of the Ministry is to maintain this trend and do everything possible so that companies in Ukraine can pay taxes in a legal way. Therefore, the Ministry of Finance is making sure that a realistic budget is formed that can be implemented without additional pressure on business.
The Annual General Meeting has always been an opportunity for the Association’s community to keep abreast of current issues that are of concern to business now.