Successful restaurateur, Owner of Caramel Manufactury Network and Tante Sophie restaurant. During his studies he successfully passed his graduation project called “Tante Snails Snail farm”, and now he’s actively developing it. The winner of LvBS Alumni Awards 2018 in the nomination of The Business Breakthrough.
Venedykt (Valerii Aleksiichuk). Bishop of Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church; former hieromonk of the Studite Order (in the Univ Holy Dormition Lavra); On April 20, 2017, he was appointed as Bishop of the Eparchy of Saint Nicholas of Chicago of the Ukrainians, United States of America.
Founder and Director of Walnut House social enterprise (Lviv): the company offers outside and inside catering services, and channels a share of its funds into the project of supporting women in crisis.
Co-founder and Director of Walnut House Charitable Fund.
At LvBS, he teaches an option course on Social Entrepreneurship
She successfully passed her graduation project called “SvitLychka innovative pre-school education center”. Nataliia is actively involved in developing unique innovative space both for children and their families that is founded on Christian values and with love to Ukraine.
Co-owner of Khlib-Trade LLC (Prosto Dobryi Khlib TM) that has been on the market for 21 years already
Watch our video to find out more about the alumni company visit to Oksana’s enterprise, and how trust in business, education and growth helped to survive the crisis period: Alumni Company Visits – “Prosto Dobryi Khlib”
Director of Vash Dim LLC residential construction company (construction, development), Lviv
Volodymyr leads a development sub-holding that brings together three companies: Vash Dim (residential construction), Technopark (office real estate) and Progresstechbud (general contractor).
Chief Commercial Officer at Bei-Trans LLC (logistics), Lviv
For more than 20 years the company has been transporting various goods all over the world (49 countries), as well as spreading the good name of Ukrainian business on international markets.
In our article, Maria and her husband Taras Fylypchuk tell us about how it all began, and how to continue to develop the company: “Every business is based on the values of its owners”
Deputy Financial Director of Mriia Agroholding, Ternopil
LvBS Alumni Board Member
She was elected a member of the LvBS Advisory Board via open ballot among the graduates.Since her graduation Iryna has been implementing accounting and business processes in the companies with foreign investments. Iryna started with the reorganization project of financing and accounting, and the organization of business processes in a company with 600 employees and production facilities on one territory; and today it is the debts restructuring project for Mriia Agroholding that has 150 immediate subordinates and over 2000 employees of the Holding, with production facilities and factories in six oblasts of Ukraine; this project is strategic for agricultural business and investment prospects of Ukraine. It’s Iryna’s great excitement and self-realization to take part in improving at least some businesses in Ukraine that change and strengthen our country.
Iryna is actively involved in creating and developing the LvBS Alumni Association.
Master in International Economic Relations at Ivan Franko Lviv National University. He worked as the Corporate Clients Director of the Universalna Insurance Company, the Director of the Terrin Company that developed, launched and managed a network of A la minute and Pasta Mia restaurants and Hot Cafe sales points for the network of OKKO filling stations. Later he worked as the Development Director of the Galnaftogaz Company. For several years he worked as a consultant in sales, entertainment and restaurant business. The winner of LvBS Alumni Awards 2018 in the nomination of The Supporter.
Ivan spends his free time on active leisure in the remote corners of the planet; he likes skiing, diving and motorcycles.
Owner and Director of Iconart Contemporary Art Gallery, Lviv
“The idea of creating Iconart came to me when I was studying at LvBS, since the result of my KEMBA program was supposed to be the implementation of a new business project that wasn’t related to my main professional focus area. For a long time, I had been thinking on what exactly such a project could look like. Iconart is the project that made the world open and discover contemporary Ukrainian sacred art. At the business school, I got all the instruments, courage and self-awareness”, Kostiantyn says.