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Results in Georgia
31,443
new jobs created
36,234
SMEs supported
* Results for 2019
Access to Finance
Where can I get finance?
The EU provides special loans to SMEs through local partner banks in Georgia
JSC Microfinance Organization Crystal
Amount of loans up to 60 000 €
JSC Basisbank
Amount of loans up to 586 000 €
Bank of Georgia PLC
Amount of loans up to 586 000 €
JSC TBC Bank
Amount of loans up to 586 000 €
Business Development Services
  • Consultancy services
  • Trade information
  • Clusters
  • Incubators
  • Capacity Building of Business Support Organisations
Business Enabling Environment
  • Information and Communication on regulatory changes
  • Regulatory Reforms
  • PPD (Private Public Dialogue)
  • Improving policy makers / regulators
Covid-19
Information Support Centre for SMEs by EU4Business
10.03.2021
Even a well-established business will eventually aspire to expand beyond its home market. However, exporting takes more than ambition: you have to understand market trends and have access to capital.
09.02.2021
Have you ever thought about the emotional impact a colour and its many shades might have on a person? In fact, specific colour blends do affect the mood and sometimes help people handle health or emotional problems better.
28.01.2021
While enjoying a glass of delicious wine, have you ever thought about the way it travels to you? This cycle before a product gets to the consumer’s table is exactly what many producers find most challenging. “Brothers’ Cellar,” run by Guram and Giorgi Avkopashvili in Bolnisi, Georgia, has been producing natural Georgian wine since 2015.
18.01.2021
If mastery demands all of a person, Leavingstone, a digital agency in Georgia, appears to have applied all the creativity of its entire team to establish itself as a market leader.
05.01.2021
When a pandemic hits and social distancing is a key means to stay safe, the idea of remote services becomes even more valuable. In the wake of the COVID-19 quarantine, an AI-based public assistant comes as savior for Georgian businesses and the more than 125,000 residents of Rustavi by keeping them informed about city services, new regulations, and steps to take to cope with coronavirus challenges without leaving their homes.
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