BGV Group believes that industrial development will bring Ukrainians back from abroad and create jobs
Developing a manufacturing industry can be the way out that will bring people back from abroad, providing competitive jobs, and create new successful businesses within the country. Ukrainian resources and potential that has remained untouched till now will be to the use.
Serhii Voitsekhovskyi, a member of the Board of Directors of BGV Group, spoke about it in an interview with Rubryka.
"In my opinion, we see positive, correct, and optimistic dynamics. GDP has grown over 4% in the last two quarters of 2019. That is very good. Although, some negative events happen. Is everything fine? No, not everything. We encounter many positive actions, but also many declarations. We hope that these declarations will turn into actions," he noted.
Serhii recognizes a cluster approach as one of the ways to achieve Ukraine's potential. The cluster is now one of the most efficient forms of coordinating local innovation development when on the market there are no longer competing individual enterprises, but entire complexes. "We believe in creating value when 1 + 1> 2. It works." Such a development logic is present, for example, in the wine clusters in France or the metallurgical clusters in Germany.
Note. BGV Group unites several companies having licenses for exploring and mining deposits of metals and other minerals, in particular uranium, graphite, titanium, and other ores.
The founder of BGV Group is Hennadiy Butkevych, a well-known Ukrainian entrepreneur and owner of the ATB corporation.
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