EU4BUSINESS IN ARMENIA

The vast majority of businesses in Armenia are SMEs. They are responsible for nearly 80% of all jobs in the country. Despite this, they make up only 27% of Armenia’s GDP. EU4Business works to build a conducive business and investment environment to help SMEs reach their full potential. Programmes improve access to finance and new markets, target women entrepreneurs and SMEs working in green energy and also encourage social entrepreneurship. EU4Business is part of the EU’s wider efforts in the country which make it one of Armenia’s main economic partners.

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Dried fruit are among the sectors supported by the project
The International Trade Centre (ITC) has officially launched the EU4Business ‘Ready to Trade’ project in Armenia. The purpose of the event was to present to the business community, institutions and government officials the main findings of its value...

Success stories

Artak Petrosyan in his workshop
Artak Petrosyan is a skilled craftsman who carves wood, particularly furniture in the city of Vagharshapat, in Armenia’s Armavir region . In August 2017, he started his own business after start-up training from an EU-funded project. Petrosyan took part in the ‘Successful Start’ start-up business support programme organised by the ‘Boosting Competitiveness of regional SMEs’ project, co-funded by...
It’s been almost three years that entrepreneur Aram Tovmasyan from Lernagog village in Armenia’s Armavir region has been testing at home the production of apricot kernels in salt. Both the business idea and the product are new in the Armenian market, but they have already generated great interest. The entrepreneur has developed a special technique, which allows him to produce a delicious and...
Poultry farmer Taron Yeritsyan
Taron Yeritsyan has been engaged in poultry farming in Armavir city in Armenia for five years. Now, thanks to support provided by the EU in 2017, his small family farm has hatched into a fully-fledged egg and chick production, recording double growth. A major contribution to the expansion and growth came from the ‘Boosting Competitiveness of regional SMEs’ project, co-funded by the European Union...