Success stories

Georgian SMEs have been successful in winning export contracts in EU countries thanks to the training they received in the SME Academy held in Tbilisi inApril 2016.
SMEs in the agro-food and beverage industries learned how to prepare products for export to the EU on a training course organised by the Georgian Chamber of Commerce with support from East Invest 2 . The SME Academy training course was held in April 2016 for representatives of SMEs operating in the agro-food, food processing, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and other related spheres such as...
A Ukrainian SME has grown its grain and industrial crop business thanks to a series of carefully targeted small loans arranged under the EU4Business programme. Now the small company, Dzherelo, has expanded to farm 1 000 hectares and created seven jobs. Farmland expansion plan supported Sergei Sinizkiy, a businessman farmer in Kharkiv region, Ukraine, was farming just a few hectares of land little...
The restaurant app
SMEs can grow their businesses by accessing cutting edge innovations. For example a restaurant in the Belarusian capital Minsk has developed the country’s first mobile restaurant app with the advice and support of the EBRD. Founded in 2007, Sushi-Bar Manga has been keen to pay close attention to international trends in the restaurant business. The business was interested in using innovative...