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june 7th (friday)
Kiev, Ukraine
people, markets, society have changed. business is changing. direct marketing turns from a tool to the way of making business

DMDAYS has evolved. today we speak about business models, strategies, opportunities and niche markets, potential attractiveness and operating efficiency.

DMDAYS is the forum for companies and leaders successful in e-commerce, distance trade, customer service, payments systems, and logistics. this forum is about everything being done directly.

DMDAYS is a retrospective of solutions made and results obtained.

DMDAYS is a glance over the horizon – a chance to see (and to create!) the future of key markets.


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Is China a wholesale supplier or a sender of parcels? – Hall 1 and websites are already well-known to most professionals and a large part of consumers as shopping giants with a huge range of products and a multi-million turnover.

The flow of packages from these sites is increasing with an outstripping growth rate. Russian "add-ons" are created on these sites. The importance of China as a traditional exporter of goods for sale through the Ukrainian Internet shops is growing. Besides China is a huge, fast-growing market which has a place for goods from Europe and Ukraine. There will be a panel discussion based on all these opportunities.

  • sources of offers. location of production facilities and trading sites. exhibitions and online resources
  • business models. ways of selling goods from China and brand nurturing. how to create a competitive product with a high value for a customer
  • production of individual parcels in China. repackaging of wholesale goods into parcels before sending them from China. relevance of service and the risks
  • how to choose the right supplier. is it really good to directly work with the manufacturer?
  • logistics. the level of development and prospects. consignment as a new model of doing business with China
  • mindset peculiarities. a supplier’s position: prove that you want to work with me or let’s play the “wait-for-a-month” game. Chinese suppliers choose their customers. what are their selection criteria? who is considered a customer and from what moment
  • settlement payments with suppliers, principles and tools of influence: 100% pre-payment as a prerequisite but quality is not guaranteed. how to influence the amount of pre-payment.
  • protection of intellectual property rights. why is it necessary to budget for repurchase of faulty products
  • how to set up a representative office or a company in China. is it really necessary?
  • politics and macroeconomics – how is the price of Chinese goods going to change


Chzhan Pei-en
an expert in trade and economic relations between China and Ukraine, TBI-Group Company (China)

Аlexey Netrusov
a co-founder of company Viva Commerce LTD, (Russia)

Mukhtar Abdrakhmanov
corporate sales director, Kazpochta (Kazakhstan)

Andrey Klimenko
expert in goods delivery from China, Axiline Company


Igor Zubov
an expert in the sphere of distance selling, financial and transport logistics, Qiwi Post Russia Company

Andrey Illienko
a business consultant in the sphere of doing business with China, the author of website dealing with organizing business with China

Oksana Osmachko
an expert in service issues and building effective cooperation with China, BST Holding Limited

Aleksandr Olshanskiy
imena.UA и Mirohost.UA, owner and investor of many projects, including China-related


e-commerce for intangible goods/services – Hall 2

Ukrainian consumers have already developed a habit of buying tangible goods and we can see the figures of 5-10% of the total retail trade turnover in some product categories, but we have quite different situation concerning purchasing intangible goods and services over the Internet. The share of online sales in each category of intangible goods (air

tickets, tickets for concerts, entertainment and business events, insurance, training, discounts, etc.) today has a very low figure.Mental maturation of consumers, development of payment infrastructure, and transaction security are constraining factors. Key players of their segments will discuss how data segments are developed in Ukraine and what to expect in the near future.

  • Discounts, tickets, insurance, holiday packages online: what and how much of them is available on sale
  • What share is taken by online sales in the total sales volume of these types of products and services
  • Pricing policy: peculiarities of price formation in Ukrainian e-commerce
  • Noncash settlements: what is the dependence between the level of development of tools accepting cash payments and the level of consuming intangible goods and services
  • Security: how important is the issue of transaction security? Suppose each segment has such significant problems
  • Developing consumers’ habit to order intangible goods and services online: acting alone or if it makes sense to join forces in general PR and advertising projects
  • Where is the segment heading now, and what is the perspective in 3-5 years to come


Nataliya Skazko
Head of Ukrainian representative office, Anywayanyday

Andrey Novatorov

Tatiana Morozova
Director for Direct Sales Development, Alfa Strakhovanie


Vladislav Golovin
Editor of “Predprinimateli” Column, Forbes Ukraine

Evelin Buchatskiy
Partner, accelerator of Eastlabs startups

Denis Dovgopolyi
Founder in BVU Group, Advisory Board Member in Labelgroupe

Andrey Lupyr
Head of the Board of Directors, Retail-Strakhovanie

Mikhail Deynega
Director of Groupon-Ukraine Company

Vadim Fedotov
general director, “Groupon Russia and Ukraine”




storage facilities, fullfillment, delivery – Hall 1

Operational part (storage facilities, fulfillment, delivery) is the bottleneck of any company selling their goods over the Internet in its literal and figurative sense. Everybody fell into the same trap of pre-holiday seasons and remember scandalous stories about incredible jam of parcels at Sheremetyevo, which became a formal reason for the resignation

of General Director of Pochta Rossii. Some online sellers start saying about setting up their own courier services, but correct assessment of their capabilities to build up all-Ukrainian logistics infrastructure are still doubtful (unless they plan to be present only in one or two large cities for a long time). Material and intellectual investments in this operational part have become a real cornerstone.

  • Where is postal logistics heading: some scenarios of event development. Which one is most likely? What should a trading company expect
  • Scenario # 1: work sharing and downstream access. Synergy of logistics operators for improving quality without increasing unit costs. Is such alliance possible in the next 3-5 years? Are the local players ready for this
  • Scenario # 2: expansion of geography for delivery to the provinces at the expense of agency cooperation with local operators of freight route transportation. As they will never be able to “fill the line” on their own, but will enter into agency agreements with several operators of a national scale
  • Scenario # 3: strengthening the position of the national operator. Will there be the result from Ukrpochta passing transport with its 100% coverage? Will it meet the standards of the market of online order delivery or will it be able to require revision of standards according to its capabilities
  • Potential threats related to the change of customers’ requirements (growth of return rate, expediting delivery, convenience of receiving). Predictions: what should logistics experts and trading companies expect and how can they be prepared
  • Who is whose hostage: trading company or service delivery / fulfillment? What KPI should be used for assessing contractor performance concerning delivery and fulfillment, and how to manage it
  • Full outsourcing fulfillment. Is it available in Ukraine? Are Ukrainian trading companies ready to stop assembling parcels in primitive conditions? Are they ready to honestly admit to themselves how justified their investments in inhouse-fulfillment are


Yuliya Pavlenko
Executive Director of the UADM

Vyacheslav Klimov
General Director, Novaya Pochta

Mikhail Pankiv
CEO of ROSAN Financial-Industrial Group, Deputy Head of the Board of Directors of Mist Express Trading House

Yevgeniy Glazov
Director, Postman

Valentin Kalashnik
Director, OS-Direct Marketing Group


Viktor Baranovskiy
logistics expert, ASTOR-Ukraine Company

Aleksandr Chumak
Head of Supervisory Board, Ukrcourier

Aleksandr Laskavyi
Head of Logistics Department, Yves Roches Ukraine,

Vladimir Kholyaznikov
COO and cofounder,, Russia

Aleksandra Deberdeyeva
Commercial Director, FM Logistic

Lyudmila Silantyeva
Director, VPS


e-commerce in the segment of household appliances and electronics – Hall 2

In 2012 sales of household appliances and electronics in main product groups reached an amount of 44.4 billion UAH. Sales of household appliances by means of the e-commerce channel amounted to about 5 billion UAH (data of GFK Ukraine). Growth in traditional retail was 1% and 11.3% in the e-commerce channel.

In the first quarter of 2013 compared with the same period in 2012 there was a sudden lift in sales of household appliances in all categories. And again the e-commerce channel demonstrated a certain divergence in comparison with usual 40.8% vs. 15.4% respectively. According to various estimates there are 5000 to 7000 Internet shops in Ukraine. About 1300 of them operate in the segment of household appliances and electronics and bring about half of the total turnover of e-commerce. At the same time off-line players have started to actively expand into e-commerce. This is a global trend, but the Ukrainians have a popular belief that “offline is not able to work online”

  • sales lifts of 2013 – is it a real market growth or just a comparison with a “sad" first quarter of 2012?
  • what to expect from 2013 in general? are there any prospects for the market growth?
  • e-commerce on the market of electronics – market saturation, or...?
  • offline&online: how is the ratio in this commodity segment going to change?
  • e-commerce market in provinces. does it have any prospects?
  • what will happen to the number of stores? How and when will the market be saturated with trading platforms?
  • “non-price competition”: how to deal with fly-by-night companies
  • are investments in the project development (call centers, organizing warehouses, opening showrooms and delivery points) justified and how are they justified?
  • almost all manufacturers have turned their attention to the e-commerce channel to a greater or lesser degree. how can this attention be seen?
  • business diversification. Sales channels of different goods are changing in usual retailing sphere. home appliance sellers have started to focus on IT and telecom, telecom sellers have mastered digital technology and goes into a household sphere (primarily through e-commerce). some major online players are expanding into other segments (sports, household products, children’s goods). the global trend is the same. How quickly will the boundary in positioning be “dissolved”? the share of “niche” projects?
  • multichannel – enhance not doing harm: where to put the comma?
  • difficulties of going into e-commerce for traditional retailers (comparing prices, logistics, customer service). what are the advantages and weaknesses?
  • traditional retail as a showroom for e-commerce channel: to fight or to adapt?
  • online trade goes into offline trade. we have several examples in Ukraine when “clean” online projects changed their format and became multichannel. how did this step help to enhance sales?


Vladislav Chechyotkin

Sergey Yeroshov
Head of projects, /

Nataliya Koshevaya
Marketing Director,


Andrey Svirskiy
Head of Retail and Technology Department, GFK Ukraine

Yevgeniy Rudenko

Aleksandr Darladan
ex-head of Internet project,

Mikhail Vatakh
Head of Retailing Department, IT Distribution Division, MTI Company,




non-cash settlements with a consumer: ways, opportunities, solutions – Hall 1

85% of payment for goods in e-commerce today is done in cash or by bank cards. Only 15% of payment is done by means of terminals and other payment services. At the same time the share of active payment cards used aside from ATMs has doubled and reached 35% over the year. Consumers are ready to actively use e-money.

The government declares its interest in limiting cash settlements. This is the background for discussion under the guidance of two ideological antipodes – Aleksandr Olshanskiy and Aleksandr Karpov.

  • is there a chance for Ukrainian online retailers to give up working with cash?
  • forecast for the development of payment systems / services market: long-term and short-term perspective
  • operators of payment systems, what else aside from plastic will be in demand?
  • current models and criteria for selecting a service provider, security issues
  • crediting for online sales: what influence does it have on sales? how to integrate it into business processes?
  • state regulation – who knows what tomorrow holds?


Nikolay Biryuk
Development Director, Webmoney

Igor Gorin
General Director, Portmone

Yuriy Korzh
Director for Corporate Relations and Payment System Control, Global Money


Аleksandr Olshanskiy
imena.UA и Mirohost.UA

Aleksandr Karpov
director of the Ukrainian Interbank Payment Systems Member Association

Heads of Privat Bank, Delta Bank, Russkiy Standart Bank, Natsionalniy Kredit Bank, Ipay and other payment systems have been also invited to take part in this panel discussion

Taras Krishtal
Director, MoneXy Company

Oleg Tishchenko
Head of Electronic Banking Services Department, Ukreximbank

Sergey Shatskiy
Head of projects and programs of Department of Products for Individuals, Reiffeisen Bank Aval


e-commerce for a fashion segment – Hall 2

Beginning from the crisis year of 2008 the services helping to buy clothes online started to emerge and develop on the CIS market. The year of 2012 became a turning point for the Ukrainian market. On the one hand, a large number of new players in this segment, which had an access to high investment, appeared and

on the other hand traditional players of catalog sales came to the Internet. Besides, many offline distributors and brand representatives started showing their activity on the Internet. Experts say this is just the beginning of new processes as the segment of selling clothes online will grow by tens or even hundreds percent per year. Despite the fact that this sphere is still in its infancy, its players already have something to discuss.

  • offline trade in the sphere of fashion goods in Ukraine went online. your own Internet shop or cooperation with current players? brands and distributors are facing a difficult choice: to open their own Internet shop / office or to use other people's sales channels over the Internet? should these efforts be combined? advantages of this or that method and their combination.
  • old experienced catalog sellers are against new models of sales, advantages of each category of players. the developed client base with proven service or new ways of shopping (closed shopping clubs, group buying).
  • what prevents from making a purchase and how to overcome it? virtual fitting room, consumer passport, catalogs of sizes, refund policy. how do different approaches help customers to overcome the barrier? what concerns and objections are possible?
  • competing with global players: service or prices?
  • showrooms: is it a tribute to fashion or an effective sales channel?


Vladimir Kholyaznikov
COO and cofounder, (Russia)

Andrzej Malinovskiy
Director, Lamoda.UA

Olga Maslova
project manager of BonPrix.UA, OS-Direct

Aleksey Shelukhin
Head of Internet sales,


Denis Dovgopoliy
founder of BVU Group, Advisory Board Member in Label Groupe.

Representatives of ModnaKasta.UA, Label.UA, LeBoutique. UA, Prom.UA, Intertop.UA and some research companies have been also invited to take part in this session.

Ksenia Eikhler
project manager of BonPrix.UA, OS-Direct

Dariya Cherkashina
Marketing Director,

Oksana Zhuravel
Marketing Director, Prom.UA


clients service development as demonstration of a business model – Hall 1

“What’s your Internet shop’s business model?” A year ago this question seemed pointless: “We just sell over the Internet”. We believed that a customer chose a low price, therefore we dumped. We were told that the service should make a customer happy, and we invested in a call center, we educated our staff, made gifts, etc.

At the same time a customer was becoming more sophisticated and pampered (or we thought it was so?). We even talked about “consumer extremism”. Servicing has started eating a margin, which is not very high. However, the situation in the market is changing. The rising cost of contextual advertising is gradually leveling the cost-effectiveness of online and offline marketing. In most industries the cost of customer acquisition is not repaid by the first deal. The rate of returns is increasing. The issue concerning importance of determining the value of each individual customer, repeat sales and database monetization (the session ‘push & money’ is devoted to it) is becoming increasingly relevant.In order to stay in business we have to find out what a consumer needs and what he is really going to pay for? What is the basis of your business model? The panel discussion will cover the following issues:

  • is a consumer, who is used to waiting for a parcel with clothing for months, willing to pay for courier delivery the next morning? is trying-on / presentation performed by such courier needed? whereas in Western Europe such service is a method of reducing return rates (often below 60%!), we have it just as an additional service. is a consumer able to appreciate it and to pay extra? Or will this service be paid by an investor of an Internet shop (we will talk about the possibility of building such model in our country in the section “storage facilities, fulfillment, delivery”)?
  • why are business models of the type described as “if a consumer is unable to find out how our website works on his own without telephone support, he is not our customer” still flourishing and will it last for long? in a situation when information space is filled with the philosophy of "delivering happiness" do some leaders of clothing and cosmetics markets, even in a situation of obvious fraud on the part of consumers, prefer to fulfill all their demands?
  • why does the statistics in Germany show that consumers gradually reject the express delivery of parcels in favor of getting parcels through terminals, similar to Post24?
  • business models with the goal of advertising campaign aimed at sales of not a particular product but a set of referrals for future direct marketing campaigns. are they viable?
  • what are “virtual consultants”? is it real and possible to make a social network like a channel of self-servicing, receiving immediate feedback and working out negativity?
  • how do showrooms differ from delivery points? is it marketing, service or branding? can we talk about repaying the costs? a “virtual” showroom – is it serious?
  • mobile applications and direct purchases by means of your Smartphone – is it just for fun or a real trend? how to really monetize the possibility of being “in the hands” of a consumer 24/7? or is the game not worth the candle?
  • who works on a "hot line" – operators or “humans”? should a conversation script be a necessary component or you can do without it just making communications with a customer more at ease? (by the example of Zappos)?
  • why are all the results of ‘traditional’ catalog companies much higher than those of online sellers after assessing their service level?
  • returns: main reasons of returns, based on the peculiarities of goods. Have the reasons of returns changed over the last year? how to minimize the return rate? is it better not to accept returned goods from a client if we’re talking about underwear or make-up items?
  • legal framework: is it really high time now to protect sellers against “consumer extremism” and abuse?


Egor Anchishin
founder of project

Mikhail Vatakh
Head of Retailing Department, IT Distribution Division, MTI Company,

Ivan Bogdan
General Director,


Irina Kholod
Marketing Director, Novaya Pochta

Anastasiya Gavura
Head of Distance Trade Service Department, OS-Direct Marketing Group

Heads of,,, and some other commercial projects and research companies have been also invited to take part in this session

Aleksey Shelukhin
Head of Internet sales,

Robert Morgunov
founder, Brand24

Tatiana Shalyga
Director of Client Service Department,


children’s products – Hall 2

Children's products are in Top-5 of all categories according to the volume of sales over the Internet. The market is growing and enlarging by 15-17% annually, such situation is determined by a stable birth rate, an ever-increasing number of Internet users and the daily routine of young moms in particular.

At the same time the market is chaotic and it’s difficult to regulate it because of a high share of low-quality counterfeit goods, more and more active trade mediation activities and cooperative buying. The price of the same product can vary significantly. The majority of manufacturers, distributors, importers and specialized retail chains have their own retail Internet sites. The largest global brands announce their entrance to the Ukrainian Internet market more and more often. Profound changes are inevitable.

  • the structure, segmentation and market size today: who sells in the segment of children's products and how large is their turnover
  • who is more interested in sales over the Internet: a manufacturer or a distributor?
  • ways to reduce the volume of illegal products
  • investment in creation and development of a site
  • logistics: peculiarities of interregional deliveries
  • peculiarities of promoting children's products in the Internet
  • international practices of first-rate brands
  • the market in five years’ time: how will it look like?


Pavel Ovchinnikov
General Director of KIDDISVIT Company (ТМ TMNT, Bburago, Lalaloopsy, Zapf)

Yuriy Karachan
Head of Internet Sales Department, Red Head Family Corporation (Antoshka retail chain, ТМ Semper, Heinz, Bübchen, Tolo)

Yekaterina Shevchuck
Head of Marketing, Best Business Group (ТМ Boikido, Cybex, Tiny Love)


Gennadiy Vasiliev
Head of “Zrostay Malyuk” Maternity Healthcare Support Project

Lyudmila Brizhan
Marketing Director, ITI-Group (ТМ Geoby, Goodbaby)

Oksana Zhuravel
Marketing Director,

Dmitriy Belyakov
Head of Sales and Client Service Department, ROSAN Financial-Industrial Group




effective Internet marketing – Hall 1

On the one hand today it’s possible to be awash with a variety of offers from advertising and marketing agencies operating in the market, on the other hand there are many unhappy customers who can’t find effective solutions to achieve their business objectives.Customers often accuse agencies of their inability to

offer a decent solution and unwillingness to be responsible for results. But, on the other hand, customers themselves are often not willing to open detailed statistics to an agency and to release the latter from the necessity of developing projects blindfold.Within this panel the representatives of leading agencies of the country will briefly present their most successful cases for distance selling industry, cases which really give possibility to build up business. Customers will express their real attitude to these cases and approaches of the agencies.The task of the panel is not to aggravate the conflict but to hear each other and take a step for overcoming the gulf between them. We hope that in the course of this conversation, their positions will become closer and the interests of each other will become more transparent and understandable – that will be the basis of the session “Effective Marketing”


Aleksandr Kolb
General Director, Promodo

Yevgeniy Shevchenko
General Director, UaMaster Company

Yuriy Babich
Director, SOHO

Aleksandr Fedotov
Head of Complex Project Department, Ashmanov and Partners


Liliya Gorelaya
Managing Partner, OS-Direct Marketing Group

Vladyslav Chechyotkin

Heads of the largest online-retailers and digital agencies have been also invited to take part in this session

Andrey Sukhovoi
Manager for Analytical Services Development, OWOX Company

Roman Rybalchenko
Founder of project, Marketing Director of Intimo Internet-shop, corporate coach of SEO-Studio

Mikhail Deynega, Director
Groupon Ukraine Company

Vadym Philipenko
General Director Advisor for Strategic Marketing, Aukro.UA, Allegro Group Ukraine

Nataliya Koshevaya,
Marketing Director,


human capital – Hall 2

Under the auspices of Human Capital Forum, the 2nd International Exhibition and Forum on Human Capital Management Companies are rapidly developing thus stimulating market development as well. Management practices acceptable for a small company do not work with fast growing companies. At the same time the country suffers rampant degradation of the educational system and decline of motivation.

On the other hand the competition of companies for intelligent prospective employees is growing, and the market is often going through an artificial boom in salaries which is not justified at all. Many positions in Ukrainian companies are paid higher than those in Poland, Hungary and other Eastern European countries. But even the question of money solves the problem not for a long time.The difficulties covered in this section are global and significant; they can not be solved within a couple of hours. But the experts will try to give key recommendations together with the partners of Human Capital Forum:

  • how should the organizational structure be built in a rapidly scalable Internet projects for the purpose of their effective management? by the example when at the beginning 5 people are involved, and in a few months - 50, 100, 200 people are involved
  • how to implement a system of personnel learning and adaptation in terms of dynamic information updating and changing work environment? what is behind the curtain of these “friendly” companies as Zappos, Google, Amazon
  • how to manage personnel with a high degree of adaptability to changes? Agile-management.
  • KPI systems in е-commerce. how to connect compensation and the results of work in order not to waste cash bonuses
  • what to read? where to study? what kind of personnel and at what crucial stage should be invited to the company


Yevgeniy Pesternikov
Vice President, Kiev Business School; member of WikiCityNomika Team

Representatives of leading Ukrainian business schools have been also invited to take part in this session.


Gala dinner

Expected participants:

  • Eurotops
  • Bonprix
  • Kazakhstan poshta
  • ОТТО-Ukraine
  • Comfi
  • NSBC Ukrainian breakthrough
  • Fashion Group
  • Interflora Ukraine
  • Simpatik Group
  • Rosan
  • Novaya Pochta
  • Viva Commerce
  • Studio Moderna
  • Modna Kasta
  • Fotomag
  • SPSR-Express
  • ABO
  • ОТТО-Посылторг
  • Prestashop
  • Imagemail
  • OWOX
  • Book club "Family rest club"
  • Graficon Polska
  • PGK Group
  • Eurokatalog
  • Post24
  • Kuvert Ukraine
  • Witt
  • Euronova
  • Uniwest Marketing
  • Ukrainian post service
  • Telemedia
  • Ukrkurier
  • Beeper
  • Premio Travel
  • I-free
  • Yves Rocher
  • Lamoda
  • La Redoute
  • Le Boutique
  • MegaMarket
  • Novus
  • Silpo
  • Furshet
  • Metro
  • Auchan


  • since its foundation in 2001, the main principles of the company are the quality, service, personnel, development and efficiency; these factors combined have defined the company’s success.

  • company "ROSAN" and "Mist Express" includes
    in the postal and logistics group, founded in 1992 by an international
    corporation Meest Corp. Inc. (Toronto, Canada)

  • post operator "Ukrkurier" was established in 2009. our specialization lies is the field of targeted and express delivery of mail and small parcels of different urgency and delivery types for businesses and individuals. and delivery of different types of businesses and individuals.

  • LeBoutique - this is a shopping club, the leader of e-commerce branded clothes, footwear and accessories sales in Ukraine.

  • more than 7 years, the VPS provides postal services outsourcing in ukraine.distance sales service, full service for online retailers - is «FULLFILMENT» postal services of a professional!

  • Couvert-Ukraine - the largest national
    producer of envelopes


  • Ukrainian telecommunication operator leader in the field of mobile marketing.

  • Courvoisier Сognac – the exquisite drink which conquered Napoleon Bonaparte.

  • studio innovative web design. creates websites for European market leaders

  • a network of automatic parcels machines. income increase with no additional investments

  • modern solutions and top quality services for online stores, buyers and web masters

  • one of the biggest and most popular online marketplaces in Ukraine, connecting millions of buyers and suppliers

  • a consulting company which provides business education services at the Ukrainian market

  • established in 2010, is a leading b2b-news-website dedicated to the postal industry. more than 4.000 articles online are available 24/7.

  • designer of successful image. offers an innovative solutions in the field of Web Development 3.0

  • one of the leading companies in the field of Internet advertising and internet consulting

  • provides a full range of services for companies going to Internet advertising market

  • leading SEO and internet marketing agency

  • - project covering the theme of e-commerce in Russia and Ukraine. Market news, useful articles and a forum for owners of online shops

  • No policy. Just business.

  • Private higher education institution in the field of business education

  • HRD Publishing House issues its magazines “Human Recourse Management – Ukraine” and “Labor and Law”. We are the company that offers new approaches and ideas to the market.

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    organization issues

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    partnership issues

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    mass media cooperation

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