The delegation of UTG consulting company (Kyiv) intends to present a portfolio of projects of multifunctional complexes in Kyiv, Lviv, Vinnytsia and Dnipro for a total of about $400 million at the international real estate exhibition MIPIM 2019 to be held in Cannes (France) on March 12-15. “The company’s management, responsible for the investment direction of development, will present new Ukrainian projects at the exhibition, familiarize international experts with investment opportunities in the Ukrainian real estate market,” UTG’s press service told Interfax-Ukraine.
Among the projects that, in particular, will be presented at the Kyiv stand are the multifunctional complexes Alfa Mall, Alfa Residence, Alfa District (Dnipro), Europe residential complex, the IT cluster Hypercube (Vinnytsia), the first object of the network of urban hotels Urooms (Lviv).
In addition, a separate investment portfolio of Kyiv projects for one of the Western funds will be presented.
The volume of investments in the project portfolio is about $400 million.
UTG was established in 2001. It specializes in comprehensive support of development projects.
Eight Ukrainians startups are representing Ukraine at one of the world’s largest consumer electronics exhibition Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in 2019, which is taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada, the press service of the Ukrainian embassy in the United States has said.
“Ukraine is represented by its own technology stage Ukraine Tech Pavilion at one of the world’s largest consumer electronics exhibition Consumer Electronics Show 2019, which is taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada, from January 8 to 11,” the embassy said in a statement.
The startups are presenting various ideas and developments from modular lighting of photo studios to a food 3D printer, according to the statement.
“The participation of the Ukrainian companies in such a large-scale event as CES 2019 demonstrates the importance of developing the innovative vector in Ukraine’s cooperation with the United States and the interest of potential investors in Ukrainian ideas,” the embassy said.
Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko, who was crowned the “Eternal World Heavyweight Champion” by the WBC, will again fight former world champion Lennox Lewis as part of the 56th WBC Congress to be held in Kyiv from September 30 to October 5, 2018. “This will be an exhibition fight, which will be held as part of a charity auction. The details of the auction and the format of the bout have not been publicized yet,” reads a report posted on the website of the official fan club of the Klitschko brothers.
A well-known fight between Klitschko and Lewis took place on June 21, 2003. A dramatic bout was stopped by the doctor after the Ukrainian boxer sustained a deep cut above his left eye. Klitschko was ahead 58-56 on the scorecards when the fight was stopped. Lewis defended his champion title thanks to that victory, a rematch was not held, and the Briton soon ended his career.