Georgian sewing company Chuu plans expansion of its business
BAKU, Azerbaijan, November 18
By Tamilla Mammadova – Trend:
Georgian sewing company Chuu plans the expansion of its business, Trend reports via Georgian media.
As the co-founder of the company, Khatuna Chugoshvili said, the company sews clothes for both men and women, which include coats, dresses, hoodies, jackets, etc.
According to the co-founder, the clothes are sold online. As for the fabrics, the company buys it locally, in different locations.
The company also plans to open its own factory in the future and have its showroom. Therefore, they plan to participate in state programs.
The company in order to develop itself needs financial assistance, which is up to 30,000 lari ($9,117) in total.
"Some 5 people are employed, and the majority of them work remotely. It would be good if we would have our common space, where we would have a sewing hall with its necessary equipment and a show-room. We think to develop the line of print and embroidering, but all these need relevant finances," declared Chugoshvili.
Chuu company started developing its business with the minimum capital last year.