Leinonen Belarus is now open for business in Minsk May 07

We are delighted to inform our clients and partners that Leinonen has expanded its coverage of Eastern European markets to include Belarus. Our Minsk office is brand new and fully owned by our parent entity Leinonen Group, and offers the same high-quality accounting, payroll and advisory services that Leinonen is known for across Europe. The new office is managed by Finnish hands on-site by Tuomas M. Pukkala and is found in the heart of Minsk’s historical center at Zybitskaya Street 4.

The importance of Belarus for European business has grown in recent years as it is geographically positioned as an important waypoint between many European and CIS markets. Today, the country is especially interesting for foreign investors operating in logistics and IT. If you already have business in Belarus or are interested in investing, don’t hesitate to contact Tuomas directly.

Contact details:

Tuomas.pukkala@leinonen.eu
+380 67 249 75 67


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