Entrepreneur Guide from GURT is available on Google Play and AppStore

Julу 09, 2017

GURT Resource Сentre is pleased to announce a unique mobile app which serves to guide the experienced entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs-beginners through various issues of business activity.

Entrepreneur Guide on GURT web portal proposes actual information on business in Ukraine. Now Entrepreneur Guide is available for mobile devices on Android and IOS platforms. It is downloadable on Google Play and AppStore. If you intend to launch or upgrade your business but have no idea what to start with – this guide is right for you.

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This mobile app is aimed at people willing to launch their own business or those already involved in entrepreneurship. The app serves to provide users with full access to the materials of GURT Resource Centre concerning business development, which could be useful for starting and development of an entrepreneurial activity and for skills development in doing business. The app is free, so just download it to take advantage of the opportunities.

The Guide contains information on registration and features of doing business for legal and natural persons, taxation system, tax reliefs for veterans of ATO and their families, issues of doing business for IDP, norms of the current legislation on business activity, sample documents, template and examples of business plans, etc.

The app will help you to get actual information useful for doing business. You will be informed of changes in the legislation concerning business activity and will get responses to the questions you are interested in. You will have a powerful tool for the successful start and productive business activity.

If you find an error in the app or have any ideas for its upgrading, please, e-mail us to the address app@gurt.org.ua, and we will improve it.

GURT team wishes you success in your business activity!

Entrepreneur guide was designed in the framework of the project «Employment through Entrepreneurship», implemented by GURT Resource Centre and funded by World Jewish Relief.

Translated by Inna Kirnos