Tallinn, Estonia – The Brave2Bloom Conference is set to take place in Tallinn on April 3 and 4 at Kultuurikatel, combining the worlds of business and art to present a new image of Ukrainians in Europe. The event will feature top business experts and world-class artists coming together to inspire guests and expand their entrepreneurial opportunities by providing proven tools and techniques.
The conference has a unique format, where visitors will absorb knowledge from speeches by business sector gurus on the GROW stage, experience live performances and master classes from the artists on the BLOOM stage, and meet inspiring examples of sustaining power among crisis mess on the COURAGE stage. Along with an intense networking and collaboration platform, the event will feature an audio-visual program.
Participants will include organizations such as Care Women Initiative, Gucci, Chloe, IKEA, Petcube, Spend with Ukraine, and artists such as Krisán Kövér, John Elsgeest, and Lesia Romaniuk.
The Brave2Bloom Conference aims to find the symbiosis of business and art and not view them as confusing, but enriching. Both industries have a lot to learn from each other, especially during these times of drastic changes.
Business needs creativity and inspiration, while art needs structure and technology. Both need to grow and bloom, which is why the conference gathers business experts and artists under one roof to share ideas on how to optimize businesses and stand up to challenges.
The conference also focuses on environmental and social responsibility, gender equality, and encouraging entrepreneurship among women. It aims to promote sustainable business models and support the rebuilding of Ukraine and its people.
Brave2Bloom is initiated by Ukrainian entrepreneur Khrystyna Didukh, founder of LYSTVA, the most technological flower company in Ukraine, and 358 FLOWER BASE, the first flower competence center in Ukraine. Didukh is also a writer, e-resident in Estonia, and active volunteer.
The conference is not limited to physical attendance, and online participation is also possible. E-tickets provide access to conference recordings for three months.
“Be brave to bloom, powerful to grow and create, no matter what,” said Didukh. “You will leave Brave2Bloom feeling inspired to take your efforts to the next level, but most importantly, you will leave with a plan – a plan to grow your company, grow your brand and sales, and bloom.”
The event is organized in partnership with UNDP and Enterprise Estonia. For more information and registration, visit www.brave2bloom.com or email email@example.com. Ukrainians who cannot afford tickets are encouraged to write a motivation letter via the conference’s webpage, while those who share the conference’s goals and commitment to Ukraine can donate tickets to those who need them.