Viktoriya Logvynenko
How to support Ukrainian businesses?
My story

Hi there. My name is Viktoriya Logvynenko, I’m from Sumy. For over a decade I’ve been working in my small atelier, but I’ve always wanted to expand it, only I wasn’t sure how and I lacked the support.
After the war came to my city I understood that I don’t want to leave Ukraine; I want my business to grow and flourish in my country.
After it all ends out national clothes vyshyvanka will become an everyday item, which we, Ukrainians, will wear with pride and joy. So I want to start a new collection of vyshyvankas for women, men and children, as well as ethnic dresses, skirts and chemises.

I ask for your support and help to buy an embroidery machine and other equipment.

I will look into all the offers on the table.

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