82 New Members Joined the American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine in 2018
The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine represents over 600 Member Companies and affiliated parties - the biggest investors and largest multinationals operating in Ukraine which contribute greatly to the state budget and create new jobs.
In 2018 the Chamber welcomed 82 new members, among which: 36 large strategic and institutional investors, 15 mid cap companies, and 31 small companies and service providers, NGOs, educational institutions and donor funded projects. The majority of new members belong to HealthCare, Innovative, Agricultural and Logistics industries.
The Chamber’s vision is to be the positive driver of change in the business environment to benefit Ukraine, but if you ask the new members why did they join the Chamber you will hear the following:
Dell EMC: "We are proud to become a part of AmCham Ukraine ecosystem. We gain an opportunity to accelerate our relationship with the local business community and officials. Membership opens additional ways for networking with customers, and partners. In the whole, it enriches the company's local experience and enhances our efficiency in Ukraine." - Iryna Volk, General Manager Dell EMC in Ukraine.
L’Oréal Ukraine: "It’s great honor to be a member of American Chamber of Commerce community because it brings prospects to business development in Ukraine and establishes transparent business opportunities for sustainable growth," - Mark Sawchuk, Country Manager, L’Oréal Ukraine.
GSK Consumer Healthcare: "We strongly appreciate all the work the Chamber is already doing. Therefore, to make further steps we want to take active part in the projects helping our industry to move forward and achieve new goals." - Nicolo Pome, General Manager Ukraine and CIS, GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Ukraine.
Väderstad LLC: "To be a member of AmCham Ukraine is to participate in the improvements of the business environment in agriculture business and cooperate more effectively with market players, government bodies and governmental organizations; to help with the development of more robust and safe business environment within the rapidly growing agriculture industry in Ukraine." - Vitaliy Filatov, CEO.
Operating in Ukraine since 1992, the Chamber cooperates closely with Ukrainian authorities to improve the business environment and attract foreign investments into the economy, advocates for predictable, transparent, equitable and stable rules of doing business.