BRCDGV- 2019 the conference, which took place on 7-8 November 2019 in Ternopil, Ukraine, was organized jointly with the Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University, and was a continuation of a series of unique meetings initiated in 2017 by Indo-European Education Foundation in cooperation with University of Applied Sciences in Nysa, Poland; Savitribai Phule Pune University, India; Galati university, Romania, and many other partners from different part of the world.
The objective of the conference Busienss Risk in Changing Dynamics of Global Village is to provide the most effective & efficient platform for business development and academic collaborations with solutions for sustainable growth.
Today, after completing 2nd edition of BRCDGV-2019 we are proudly annoucing that our platform by gathering academic partners and scientist from all over the world, business partners and government administration and local governments interested in developing international cooperation has achieved its goals. What is more we were witnesing not only cooperation among metioned groups but what is more important co-creation with us the BRCDGV platform.
We would like to express hearties thanks to all our honour guests, in particular: Mr. Volodymyr Gevko, Member of Parliament, Chairman of Regional Entrepreneurs’ Council in Ternopil region, UKRAINE, Shri K.C. Tyagi, Member of Parliament, Chief GC & spokesperson for JDU, INDIA, Justina Mutale, Ambassador for Peace, Philanthropist and Honorary Ambassador for Gender Equality, Zambia & UK, Olena Shapovalova, Director of SE “Ukrainian State Center for International Education”, Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, UKRAINE, Mr. Rash Bihari Pd. Singh, Vice Chancellor, Patna University, INDIA, Mr. Ihor Sopel, Head of the Ternopil Regional State Administration, Mr. Serhiy Nadal, Ternopil City Mayor, UKRAINE, Ms. Tetyana Chubak, Honorary Consulate of Hungary in Ternopil Region.
The conference was conducted jointly by the BRCDGV initiatior, Dr Pradeep Kumar, President of Indo - European Education Foundation, the Head of hosting university, Honourable Professor Petro Yasniy, Rector of the Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University, Dr Iryna Kramar, Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics and Management, TNTU Ternopil, with colsing speach of Mrs. Renata Żukowska, CEO of Indo - European Eduction Foundation.
On November 8, the leaders of the regional state administration invited foreign delegation of representatives of India, Poland and Great Britain for an official meeting establishing and developing international cooperation. Head of Ternopil Regional State Admainistration, Mr. Ihor Spole, stressed on the importance of development of cooperation between Ukraine and India and noted that both sides are working to open up new destinations and markets for multi-industry collaboration. Ukraine's economic cooperation with the Republic of India opens new prospects for cooperation in both educational and business spheres. Ihor Sopel – Head of Administration, informed foreign partners that more than two and a half thousand foreign students have chosen Ternopil universities for higher education. Almost half of them are students from India. Ternopil region authority is interested in increasing the number of foreign students who will receive quality education in Ukraine and after returning to their countries - will promote information about Ternopil region and Ukraine as a whole. Representative from India expressed interest in development cooperation in the field of education, IT, electronic spheres. The parties agreed on the development and intensification of cooperation.
The meeting with Mr. Serhiy Nadal, Ternopil City Mayor, also confirmed the openess and the will of the cooperation in a field of education as well as business and strenght regional ties.
- Ukraine is the largest country wholly in Europe strategically located on EU borders, it offers long-term opportunities in a broad range of sectors, many of them involve co-operation with Ukrainian companies. In addition it’s a convenient start-up location for the CIS. Here are just some of the benefits of doing business in this country: highly educated workforce, low labor costs, good natural resources etc.
- It has a broad industrial strong base in ferrous metals and chemicals. This includes much of the former Union of USSR space and rocket industry and a well-developed defense and security sector. This country is a major producer of different agricultural products as well.
- According to the World Bank since 2010 Ukraine has done more to improve its business climate than any post-communist country (CEE+CIS).
- Ukraine is going through dynamic changes and there are serious efforts underway to make Ukraine a more accessible place to do business. This changes and growth cannot go further without opportunity to built better educational and business envioroment and to establish good international collaboration.
Dynamic economic changes as well as emerging interesting scenarios in the political arena leaded us to the decision to organize the 2nd International Conference "Business Risk in Changing Dynamics of Global Village (BRCDGV - 2019)" in Ternopil, Ukraine.
Showed openess and incerasing intrest form Ukrainesite to develop interanational cooperation is annother reason to organize next edition of BRCDGV in India in 2020.
The 2nd edition of internationl confernece "Business Risk in Changing Dynamics of Global Village" (BRCDGV-2019), Ternopil Ukraine become history.
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Opening speach, Dr Pradeep Kumar, President of Indo- Education Foundation