Ukraine is open for Business

Rebuild and modernize Ukraine: a trillion-dollar market

The Ukrainian government and the international institutions are forward-looking in preparing for the post-war period and investing in the future of a highly promising country and its long-awaited modernization. From major investments in infrastructure and energy, to exciting opportunities in industry and technology, agrifood industry and agritech, we are talking about a trillion-dollar investment in the next 10 years, more than 5 Marshall Plans.

We believe that this is the right time for foreign entities to actively position themselves as privileged and long-term business partners for the reconstruction and modernization. This is the right time to prepare investment plans, be involved in decision-making processes, gain credibility and rooting

The early bird takes it all.

The real cost of free admission

The subtle interplay between admission fees, diversity and donations in US Art Museums 

Dubbed by The Art Newspaper America's free museum capital, Los Angeles is home to several free-admission museums, with visits totaling 3.5 million annually.

The Getty, The Broad, and the California African American Museum have had a free admission policy since their opening, joined recently by MOCA and OCMA who dropped their admission charges. The Hammer, who went free in 2014, reported a 15% increase in its annual attendance, from 210,000 to 240,000.

We analyze the interplay of two important problems for Art Museums: 

1) How to diversify their sources of income

2) How to engage a less traditional audience, with lower income, younger, and/or more racially diverse

We intend to bring to light that it is possible to charge or increase an admission fee, and at the same time to increase the diversity of the attendance and the donation appeal.

Friendshoring R&D in France

A Tax Haven for research and innovation


Why France is a tax haven for R&D, with a massive and too little-known support from the government. 

What does it mean in terms of a sustainable business model for foreign corporations.


New paradigm for the food market

Looking for new drivers of growth

Marketing Innovation to drive the food market: we offer an in-depth analyzis of the consumer's experience




Introducing PPP in an emerging economy

The first steps on the road to Public-Private Partnerships

Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) play an undisputed role in Infrastructure Development and Public Service Enhancement, through strategic collaborations between the public sector partners and private entities. They are a strategic key to unlock the huge potentials of emerging economies.

We address one issue here: how to get started when an emerging economy lacks competence, know-how and credibility, to attract the first investors?




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