Businesses continue to develope in Ukraine despite the second year of a full-scale war.
In 2024-2025, the Nestlé company in Ukraine plans to employ and take on internships for 630 people as part of the Nestlé Needs YOUth youth program. Nestlé will employ 320 people under 30, and another 310 people will be involved in internships. Since the beginning of the year, Nestlé’s Ukraine has hired over 80 employees under 30 as part of Nestlé Needs YOUth. At the beginning of the year, Nestlé in Ukraine announced a $42M investment in the construction of a new factory in the Volyn region.
Meanwhile, the Aurora multimarket chain opened a 7,000 square meter distribution center in Lviv on November 8. It became the third for the company, after centers in Poltava and Vinnytsia, and created more than 300 jobs. The total area of the three distribution centers is 56,000 square meters. Currently, the company is increasing its store assortment’s share of Ukrainian manufacturers.