Every business must have a plan for emergency
Lilia Zagrebelna, Sustainability Director at Nova Poshta, shared an important practice of mitigating the risks, associated with COVID-19, which could be adopted by other enterprises: “The company has developed internal protocols, which answer the question “What exactly should be done to minimize the negative impact of the coronavirus?”. The following set of actions is assumed: if there is a suspicion that an employee has a viral infection, the post office, where he/she works in, is urgently closed for three days for the disinfection. An employee must take the PСR test. At the same time, a map of his contacts of the first and second levels is created. Meanwhile, the entire department staff is sent for testing and two-week self-isolation, with 50% of salary reservation. If the PCR test results are negative, people return to work. Surely, we train staff on these procedures".
Israeli-Ukrainian Alliance becomes new consulting partner for Export Promotion Office of Ukraine
In its new role within the Export Promotion Office the Alliance will assist Ukrainian business in entering Israeli market
Sourcing services for international importers by the Office of Export Promotion
the Office of Export Promotion offers free sourcing services for international businesses wishing to cooperate or coproduce with Ukrainian producers of components, goods, and services
IUA about business prospects for Ukrainian exporters
On February 23, "GO ISRAEL: Free Trade Area of Ukraine with Israel: new opportunities and prospects for business" webinar will be held for Ukrainian exporters and manufacturers to demonstrate benefits of Free Trade Agreement with Israel.