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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The 5th Eastern Partnership Summit took place in Brussels on 24 November, marking the achievements of the last two years in the EU's relationships with its six Eastern partners, while looking forward to implementing 20 deliverables by 2020 that will...
Brussels, 24 November 2017 The 5th Eastern Partnership Summit took place today in Brussels. It was a moment to celebrate the achievements of the last two years in the EU's relationships with its six Eastern partners, and to look forward to...

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EU4Business helps DCFTA Information Centre provide Georgian SMEs with knowledge of EU market requirements Later this month, the EU4Business project “SME Development and DCFTA in Georgia” will mark one year since the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI). The MoU laid the groundwork for cooperation on development of the Chamber’s...
With the help of EU4Business and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the company representing AVIS car rentals in Georgia has turned around its business, transforming its web presence and more than doubling sales. AVIS was the first company to rent cars at airport locations, back in 1946 in Detroit. Today, visitors arriving at Tbilisi, Batumi and Kutaisi international...
Agroland, a small processing factory in western Georgia, plays an important role in promoting locally grown agricultural products. The family-run business brings aromatic bay leaves from beautiful Georgian villages with sometimes hard-to-pronounce names to the kitchens of European and global consumers. “Our suppliers are mainly farmers from neighbouring villages,” says the owner, Aleksandre...