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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Château Mukhrani
A training on agritourism development took place at the end of April at Château Mukhrani in Georgia, supported by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development , with funding from EU under the EU4Business initiative. More than 20...

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Georgia is celebrated for its culinary traditions. Each of its regions has its own unique speciality and iconic dish. In the west, a variety of khachapuri , a cheese-filled bread, is offered to guests, while the Kakheti region is the country’s wine-making hotspot. Nowadays, you can find the traditional sweet known as churchkhela almost everywhere in Georgia but the Kakhetian recipe is considered...
It has been over a year now that the Georgian film industry has come into focus of a cluster development initiative launched in Georgia with the support of the European Union. The Georgian Film Cluster is now an officially registered entity that brings together leading professionals in film production and post-production, who share a common vision for promotion of the Georgian film industry. The...
With the advice of the OECD as part of the EU4Business initiative, Georgia has built a comprehensive set of policies, institutions and support programmes that make it stand out as a reference point in the Eastern Partnership for impactful and coherent policymaking for small and medium enterprises. Following the wave of liberalisations and investment-friendly reforms of the early 2000s, Georgia...