DYB created in Sweden
DYB | Develop Your Business - the Swedish-Ukrainian project for company owners. Educational programs of DYB and DYB Club are a unique environment in which the conditions for business development and scaling are formed. We professionally create Advisory Boards and strategic development of companies.
DYB Ukraine was launched by the Swedish Institute of Managment IFL Entrepreneur in 2006 with the support of the Swedish International Agency SIDA. More than 300 companies took part in the DYB project.
The mission of DYB is to develop Ukrainian medium-sized businesses, to provide the owner with mental and professional support on the company's scale.
DYB Ukraine has two areas: educational programs and a business club.
A key program for the owners of the Advisory Board is in partnership with the Swedish Institute of Managment IFL Entrepreneur. The program also involves partners: Swedish Chamber of Commerce, Swedish Institute, Bra samarbete INSA, Embassy of Ukraine in Sweden and other partners. DYB uses Swedish approaches - learning by action, decision-making based on discussion, external view at the company, and others.
The key idea of the DYB club is the creation of Advisory Boards for members of the club. DYB club is a unique environment in which the conditions for the development and scale of your business are formed.
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