Diia.Business Consulting Center for Ukrainians in Warsaw
What kind of free opportunities for Ukrainians does the Center provide?
Professional consultations of Ukrainian citizens who are forced to stay in Poland.
Consulting small and medium-sized businesses of Ukraine on legal issues, accounting, taxation, audit, recruitment of qualified personnel and any other issues related to doing business in Poland.
About Diia.Business Center in Warsaw
The Center welcomes guests from May 18, 2022 at 12 Bagatela St., Warsaw.
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You can contact the Center by writing to:
The Center was opened by the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine. The partners of the Center are the Ministry of Development and Technology of Poland, the Polish Investment and Trade Agency, the Polish Office of the Government Plenipotentiary for Cybersecurity and with the support of Mastercard.
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Details on services and areas of the Center
Result after the consultation
Roadmap of recommendations
master classes: 2-3-hour event (lecture and workshop), during which participants can immediately put their knowledge into practice
intensive courses: 1- or 2-days format with a focus on one specific topic and one target group
long-term systemic programs: from 8 to 24 sessions with a focus on one target group. The format provides coverage of 4 topics or more and may include interactive training
Consulting Center for Ukrainians Diia.Business in Warsaw
The Center welcomes guests from May 18, 2022 at the address: 12 Bagatela St., Warsaw. You can contact the Center by writing to: email@example.com