Ukraine Houses in Davos and Toronto
To promote Ukraine abroad and to provide opportunities for influential thinkers, leaders, entrepreneurs, and business people to discover Ukraine as one of Europe's most promising emerging markets, the Victor Pinchuk Foundation organized with its partners Ukraine House in Davos and Ukraine House Toronto in 2019.

The Ukraine House Davos was co-organized by the Foundation for the second consecutive year during Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Under the theme Ukraine: Creativity, Innovation, Opportunity, this multi-format space showcased investment opportunities in Ukraine's IT and Innovation sector to global business, technology and investment leaders and over 7000 guests. It became a centre of communication, hospitality and networking opportunities highlighting the vibrant, energetic European country and society that is Ukraine. This idea was also supported by the artworks of the young Ukrainian artists Zhanna Kadyrova, Lesia Khomenko, and Dmytro Starusev that were exhibited at the venue by the PinchukArtCentre.

Among the speakers were President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko (2014-2019), former First Lady of Estonia Ieva Ilves, author and historian Timothy Snyder, former world heavyweight boxing champions Vitaliy and Volodymyr Klitschko.
It is great to see that Ukraine's society is developing at an impressive pace. We how the best of our country at Ukraine House and engage in a dialogue with the international community.
— Victor Pinchuk, Founder of the Victor Pinchuk Foundation and EastOne
The initiative was implemented in association with the Western NIS Enterprise Fund, Horizon Capital and Ukrainian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association.

The Ukraine House Toronto organised alongside the 3rd Annual Ukraine Reform Conference featured globally recognized speakers, including President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau.

The initiative was implemented together with UkraineInvest and UkraineHouseFoundation.
Ukraine House Davos is really important especially when dealing with place as fantastically interesting as Ukraine.
— Timothy Snyder, author and historian
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