Georgia: EU4Business project helps set up business clusters for better access to EU market

16-04-2020
Photo: European Union
Photo: European Union

Up to 100 Georgian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are now in a better position to take advantage of the benefits of the free trade agreement between the EU and Georgia.

The EU-supported project ‘SME Development and DCFTA in Georgia’ has helped to establish three business clusters in the country and to lay the groundwork for two more, reaching out to 100 SMEs specialising in furniture, interior design, film production and post-production, ICT, apparel and honey production.

As a result of the 4-year project, these SMEs have received access to leading international expertise to help them identify opportunities for capacity and product development, better competitiveness and integration with the European market.

Cluster member SMEs currently employ more than 1,400 staff members in Georgia.

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SME Development and DCFTA in Georgia