Bank of Georgia offers new project for SMEs
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Sept. 30
By Tamilla Mammadova – Trend:
Bank of Georgia has created a space specifically for 4,000 SME members to empower them to find special offers on services they need and are interested in, and to have access to free consulting services exclusively for them, Trend reports via Georgian media.
The Bank, together with its partner companies, has made special offers for the advancement and development of small and medium-sized businesses in the following areas and directions: accounting services, tax consultations, marketing campaigns, legal services, occupational safety, business training, IT services, research, teambuilding.
"Supporting businesses is one of the main priorities for the Bank of Georgia. We care about supporting small and medium-sized businesses not only financially or intellectually, by organizing the pieces of training we provide for their future development, but also by creating new opportunities for them. This time we wanted to involve our partner companies in the process of strengthening member businesses, which would be able to make a significant contribution to the advancement and future development of businesses through consulting and exclusive offers. We think that with this initiative we will give a big incentive to businesses to become even stronger and become economically stable, ”said Zurab Masurashvili, Head of Small and Medium Business at the Bank of Georgia.
Interested companies that want to help small and medium-sized businesses cope with the crisis, optimize processes, and continue to grow and develop, should fill out the registration link.
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