Kristine Manukyan
How to support Ukrainian businesses?
My story

Hi! My name is Kristine; I am 24, and 3 years ago, I started QISO. Under this brand, I illustrate and make life-changing planners. Once the war started, we temporarily ceased operations.

However, I was moved to learn that 80% of our customers carried the planners in their go-backpacks. They took them to the shelters. Abroad.

Today, a planner is a thing that helps you start over. It’s a mentor.

After dozens of our customer’s stories, I went back to work. I have already created a Ukrainian-centered collection of candles, notebooks, stationery, etc.; 25% of revenues from sales is sent to cover the needs of the people on the front line. Now I am setting up a team, looking for mentors to enter the foreign market.

My goal is to help my customers restore their psycho emotional state and attract funds to Ukraine. We must build the best country!

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