On June 8 the first match will take place in Warsaw, opening UEFA European Football Championship Euro 2012. And from the 9th of June the matches will be hosted by Ukrainian cities. On the threshold of the Championship, Ukraine makes its final preparations. Infopulse Ukraine won’t stay aside: the company team members are amongst over five thousand volunteers helping to organize Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine.
From February till May 2012, the volunteers had undergone special training to help with the Championship organisation in 20 different areas working at the stadiums, airports and hotels. By involving volunteers into championships organisation, UEFA hopes not only to promote the success of Euro 2012 but also to add national colouring to the event and provide the guests with unforgettable impressions from the hosting country.
Infopulse Ukraine has gained vast experience in cooperation with customers and partners from different countries and practically all our employees speak foreign languages. That is why our volunteers will be helpful in different areas during Euro 2012. Dmitry Sigov, one of our employees, has become one of the 5 best volunteers according to the final tests.
It is very important for me to facilitate proper representation of Ukraine, so that our guests will enjoy the time spent here and will be willing to come back. It is a chance for us to present Ukraine, to show what a wonderful country we have with its beautiful scenery – ancient towns, sea and mountain landscapes – as well as interesting business opportunities. Also, it would be great for Ukraine to obtain world championship
A part of EVRY, a Scandinavian IT group, Infopulse Ukraine warmly welcomes the Swedish team in Ukraine that will play all its group stage games at the Olympic Stadium in Kyiv. And our Swedish-speaking volunteers will participate in the organisation of the live-site on Trukhaniv Island in Kyiv for six thousand Swedish fans and will help the guests to travel around the city and get to the stadium.
I watched the Olympic football games in 1980 and FIFA Cup in 2002 and know the standards of such competitions. I believe that Ukraine is worthy to host Euro 2012 and become more attractive for the global community in general and football fans in particular. The organisation of the Championship meets the highest standards in technology, service and security