The non-governmental organization's main tools are dialogue, communication, influence on forming public opinion and using its support in future work. The organization's communications are usually directed at many addressees, including active members of the organization and those who could join it in the near future, a wide range of entrepreneurs, government agencies, social partners and so on. Such versatile communications can be organized via the media.
The ULIE Newsletter and website uspp.ua are the central information platforms of the League that provide the latest, interesting and comprehensive information every day. The Newsletter informs details about the League's activities, such as congresses, board meetings, conferences, roundtable discussions, initiatives and statements. It also covers the topics about taxation policy, development of entrepreneurship, social responsibility of businesses, energy saving, development of the home market, etc.
The website uspp.ua works integrally with the website of the Association of Employers Organizations of Ukraine ooru.org.ua and the personal website of Anatoliy Kinakh. Kharkiv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Lviv, Kherson, Zaporizhia and Mykolaiv regional departments of the ULIE also have their websites with full information about our organization, its leaders and activists. The website contains the ULIE news section, including news reports from regions, information about initiatives concerning the creation of favorable business climate, official materials, legislation news, analytics, etc. Maximum daily traffic of the Web site is 2,500 people, the average traffic is 1,000 people. The ULIE has also registered its account on Facebook.
The ULIE has good relations with many central and regional media. Cooperation with them ensures recognizability of the League, influences on the improvement of its image, forming of public opinion on the protection of rights and interests of industrialists and entrepreneurs and gives an opportunity to draw the society's attention to their problems.
Department for Information and Public Policy Issues
Phone: (044) 536 9632, (044) 279 7480