Biosphere Corporation launches international export campaign “Support Ukrainians” in Baltic States
Biosphere Corporation, with the support of the Embassies of Ukraine in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia launches an international export campaign “Support Ukrainians”. A press conference on the occasion of the launch of the initiative was held on July 21, 2022 in Vilnius.
The “Support Ukrainians” campaign is an initiative of Biosphere Corporation, Ukraine’s largest manufacturer and distributor of household goods and hygiene products, with top European retailers. The goal of the project is to support Ukrainian producers, as well as social and economic stability of Ukraine in these difficult times.
Charity is an important part of the campaign. Thus, in the framework of the initiative Biosphere Corporation plans to donate UNICEF Ukraine 50 Eurocents made from each sold item.
In May the “Support Ukrainians” campaign was launched in Croatia and had great success. Since May, Biosphere Corporation has collected donations of almost 12,000 euros in Croatia alone.
Commenting on the launch of the campaign, the CEO of Biosphere Corporation said that the idea of such a project arose in the first days of the war in Ukraine. “For Biosphere Corporation, it is important not only to boost our export in order to support production in Ukraine, but also to lead a social mission with a meaningful impact. Therefore, we want to donate part of our profits to UNICEF Ukraine and help Ukrainian children. Today, the export of Ukrainian products is paramount to Ukrainian producers. Despite all the difficulties, we continue to work and manufacture our products».
It is also worth to notice that Biosphere Corporation co-owns a facility for the production of cotton-wool hygiene products in Estonia. This facility’s products are sold in Baltic, Eastern and Central-European countries. Thus, products that take part in this campaign made not only in Ukraine, but also in Estonia.
“By purchasing goods made by Biosphere Corporation, European consumers receive not only high-quality products, but also help Ukrainian children and business to maintain production in Ukraine, pay salaries, taxes, and save jobs. I am very grateful to Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia for their comprehensive support of Ukraine. We have plans to expand this cause to other European countries in the near future,” Andriy Zdesenko said.
Petro Beshta – Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the Republic of Lithuania, Olexandr Mischenko – Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the Republic of Latvia, Leonid Tretyak – First secretary of the Embassy of Ukraine to the Republic of Estonia, Sergejus Tichomirovas – Adviser Ministry of Economy and Innovation of the Republic of Lithuania, as well as representatives of major European retailers were attended the press conference.