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.

News/Press

Six Armenian start-ups will receive up to €35,000 in seed funding from the EU-SMEDA project, implemented as part of the EU4Business initiative, after winning the final stage of the EU-supported Innovation Matching Grants competition (IMG) - IMG...

Success stories

The production of k nitted garments and carpets is growing in Armenia, drawing inspiration from the traditions of generations and from elaborate patterns of dragons and eagles that reflect the rich history and culture of Armenia. One producer of knitted garments - LOOM Weaving - thanks to assistance provided by the European Union, has not only developed its own style that is feminine, national,...
Zhirayr Martirosyan
Zhirayr Martirosyan and Nadejda Sevoyan were among the first people to offer hostel accommodation in Goris in southern Armenia back in 2003, and they have been welcoming guests from all over the world ever since. From the beginning, the hostel stood out with its comfortable amenities, delicious Armenian food prepared by the landlady using only fresh ingredients, as well as its unique artistic...
The IT sphere has grown to be one of the most important industries in Armenia, with its startups, tech entrepreneurs and innovators who believe in a high tech future. One Armenian startup has created the Triple-E Augmented Reality Platform, and is expanding its business to Europe and beyond thanks to the assistance provided by the European Union. Armenia is looking to IT to grow the economy...