Business support for Ukraine

Businesses ready to play their part in making sure that Ukrainian refugees arriving into the UK are fully supported. With vacancies across the whole economy, businesses can offer access to tens of thousands of jobs.

“Launching the Homes for Ukraine scheme is an important milestone, and firms will coordinate with their staff, community groups and others to support humanitarian efforts, as well as working with the Government to design the direct sponsorship route

John Dickie, Chief Executive, BusinessLDN

We are delighted to be supporting BusinessLDN with their vital work in helping Ukrainian refugees in London with the provision of jobs and wider support under the Homes for Ukraine scheme. This is one of a number of steps that our firm is taking globally to support people displaced by the crisis in Ukraine.

This pledge will not just be limited to the current crisis and will look to ensure that the future employment of all refugees is more straightforward and better supported, recognising that many skilled refugees currently in London are not in employment, at a time when the skills shortage is hampering the capital’s ability to grow.

Anna Purchas, London Office Senior Partner & Regional Chair, KPMG LLP

Canary Wharf Group pledges to work with refugee agencies to identify roles for Ukranian refugees with relevant skills and experience

Shobi Khan, Chief Executive Officer, Canary Wharf Group

We were delighted to be asked by BusinessLDN to support this initiative and of course will do all we can to help Ukrainian refugees under the Homes for Ukraine scheme

Ronald Kers, CEO, BHL Holding/2 Sisters Food Group