Join the UK Stand at Ukraine's Premier Agri Show

GrainTech & Agro-Animal Show, Kiev, Ukraine 15-17 February 2017

Invitation to join the UK Stand at the leading B2B agricultural trade fair in Ukraine

The British Embassy Kiev & Department of International Trade (DIT) Ukraine have arranged a joint UK stand to include shared facilities such as a meeting area and interpreter giving participating companies a first-class opportunity to explore the market potential of Ukraine. In addition, DIT Kiev have arranged a networking reception on 16 February along with group rates at the Ibis Hotel subject to availability.

With financial support from the (DIT), a grant of £2,000 has been made available for UK small and medium-sized businesses to attend this event. Stand holders taking 4 square metres will be charged £700 with one wall panel or pop-up to display graphics. A management fee of £400 is included in the price which includes: an experienced mentor accompanying the participants; an enhanced British stand; entry in a UK brochure; and services of a shared interpreter. If you would like an individual booth, please contact Chris Jackson of UK TAG, the Appointed Trade Organisation, for availability and price. Graphics for the stand will be coordinated by UKTAG.

The deadline for applications is Friday 6th January 2017.

Event Overview

                         􏰀  24,000 m2 exhibition space

                         􏰀  over 500 exhibitors from more than 15 countries

                         􏰀  over 15,000 visitors from leading Ukrainian/CIS companies

                         􏰀  Website:

Ukraine Overview

Ukraine is a Priority One Market for the UK - along with India and Southern Africa. An Inward Mission of 15 Ukrainian farmers visited the Livestock Event at the NEC, Birmingham, 6-7 July 2016 which was supported by UK DIT and accompanied by Mariya Kupriyanova, British Embassy, Kiev. A further Ukrainian farmers’ group visited the British Livestock stand at EuroTier, Hannover, 15-17 November 2016 accompanied by Oksana Petrusyk of DIT Ukraine. Export certificates are in place for bovine semen, porcine semen and live pigs. Although no certification is as yet approved, there is interest in breeding sheep and goats and other genetic material with Ukrainian companies keen to engage and support its development with the assistance of DIT and the British Embassy, Kiev.

Further Information & Contact

Stand Booking Form, TAP Grant Application Form and Information Pack are available from:

Chris Jackson, UK TAG,, Tel 07801-826069