How Ukrainian business surprised guests at Ukraine House Toronto

CUTIS project arranged top Ukrainian companies’ representation at Ukraine House Toronto at the Royal York hotel on July 2-4th. More than 600 guests from different parts of the world attended the event.

The CUTIS project prepared many activities to showcase Ukrainian export possibilities in confectionery, furniture and apparel sectors for the visitors of Ukraine House Toronto.

On July 2, Ukraine House official opening guests enjoyed the Fashion Show of 6 famous Ukrainian apparel companies. RITO and Andre Tan companies, which participate in CUTIS export support program U CAN Export, also took part in the show and presented their latest collections.

On the whole 12 Ukrainian designers were represented at Ukraine House Toronto.

All the guests were able to taste the honey fountain provided by one of the biggest Ukrainian honey producer and exporter Beehive company.

Lol&Pop candy company presented individually wrapped marshmallow, hard candy, and jellies, created especially for the event.


All the variety of tastes were supplemented by the delicious products by such companies as Galfrost, Grona, Lekorna, Malbi Food, and Polus.

Ukrainian world quality furniture of Blest and Merx companies were presented in the section “Tourism in Ukraine”.

The Canada-Ukraine Trade and Investment Support (CUTIS) project is a 5-year (2016-2021) Canadian development assistance initiative designed to lower poverty in Ukraine through increasing exports from Ukraine to Canada and investment from Canada to Ukraine. The project funded by the Canadian Government through the Global affairs Canada and implemented by the Conference Board of Canada in partnership with the Canada-Ukraine Chamber of Commerce.

The CUTIS project implements U CAN EXPORT Support Program in five priority sectors: clothing, footwear, furniture, confectionery, and IT services.