EU4BUSINESS IN GEORGIA

SMEs play a significant role in Georgia’s economy, accounting for over 40% of employment, but are still struggling to scale up their operations. EU4Business supports the government's ambitious plan to reform and improve the business environment. Its programmes boost SME growth by improving their access to finance and new markets as well as targeting women entrepreneurs and projects in green energy. SMEs looking to make the most of Georgia’s Free Trade Agreement with the EU can also get financial and technical help to adapt to EU standards and to move into foreign markets.

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Dadari toys
Dadari in Tbilisi is much more than just a toy company. Out of the firm’s seven employees, three have learning disabilities. All of the firm's products comply with EU standards. The toys are made from solid wood and painted in organic colours. Dadari was able to expand its business after obtaining 25,000 Georgian Lari - just over €8,000 - from Credo Bank. The mircrofinance was made possible,...
The Hotel Prometheus in Tskaltubo
In Georgia, there is a saying that guests are a divine gift, a saying reflected in the country’s reputation for hospitality. Indeed, Georgia is increasingly on the radar for tourists from all over the world, with beautiful mountains and seaside, a cosmopolitan capital, delicious food and 8,000 years of wine-making tradition. “Tourism is booming in Georgia and it is very important to welcome...
Boxwood is one of the 11 companies that have come together with the aim of creating a unified cooperation platform of companies operating in Georgia’s ICT sector. George Keshelashvili, Executive Partner at Boxwood, believes this type of cooperation will be beneficial, both for the companies involved and the ICT sector as a whole, as the cluster will make it possible to address common challenges...