The Better Regulation Delivery Office (BRDO) and the Dnipro city council signed a Memorandum on partnership and cooperation to improve the business climate in Dnipro. The document envisages joint work of BRDO and local authorities to improve the ease of doing business index in Dnipro (according to the Regional Doing Business rating) by implementing recommendations developed by BRDO experts.
Additionally, it is planned to provide support for small and medium-sized businesses: the #StartBusinessChallenge public information service will provide information on local regulatory acts regarding starting and running a business in Dnipro, as well as contact details of regional offices of local authorities.
“We are always open to active cooperation with local authorities which are ready to implement changes. Based on the results of this year’s Regional Doing Business rating, BRDO experts prepared recommendations for improving the investment climate in Dnipro. Our goal is to simplify the lives of all Ukrainian entrepreneurs significantly,” Oleksii Dorohan, CEO of the Better Regulation Delivery Office (BRDO) said.
“We believe that the signing of the Memorandum on partnership and cooperation with the Better Regulation Delivery Office confirms the importance of municipal authorities’ intentions to fully contribute to improving the city’s business climate, implement measures at the local level to simplify starting and running a business, and continue introducing modern and relevant forms of cooperation between the government and the public,” Oleksandr Sanzhara, Secretary of the Dnipro city council, said.
#StartBusinessChallenge is a free public online service that provides full and updated information on how to legally open a business step by step. Currently, the service contains 127 instructions for starting a business, and all available instructions have already been reviewed by experts of the Dnipro city council. To increase the transparency and clarity of local rules for entrepreneurs, BRDO and the Dnipro city council have been cooperating since 2019, when Dnipro joined the platform.