EU East Invest starts in Georgia
Georgia, Tbilisi, Aug. 25 /Trend, N.Kirtskhalia/
Under the European Union's Eastern Partnership Programme, the European Chamber of Commerce has launched East Invest project in six countries, including in Georgia. The project aims to support small and medium businesses for their successful entry into the EU market.
In Georgia, the coordination of the project is carried out by the Chamber of Commerce and Association of Employers of the country.
The project can be attended by small and medium enterprises (where the number of employed does not exceed 100 people) from sectors such as agribusiness, transport and logistics, ICT, tourism, construction, textiles.
Project envisages conducting training and seminars for small and medium enterprises, participation in trade missions in EU member states, practical seminars, organizing bilateral meetings and supporting small and medium enterprises in order to improve their business and access to the EU market.
Applications will be accepted by Sept. 15, 2011.