EU innovative action for private sector competitiveness in Georgia
The project is part of the wider EU4Business support to the private sector development in Georgia. It aims to assist Georgian entrepreneurs, improve the legal environment and access to finance, and strengthen the ties with the European Union.
The project responds to the objectives set out in the Annual Action Programme 2017 for Economic and Business Development in Georgia. It is implemented in close cooperation with the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture and the Diaspora Relations Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as stakeholders within and connected to the private sector or to private sector development. The project also aligns with other entities and agencies working on private sector development. The project is a successful collaboration between several UN agencies, with each of them contributing within their fields of expertise.
To increase capacities of the Georgian Government and local entrepreneurship to enhance private sector competitiveness in Georgia.
- Strengthened capacities of policy-makers and other stakeholders to identify and develop clusters (UNIDO).
- Developed and functioning of the clustering approach in the packaging (UNDP) and seeds/seedlings sectors (FAO).
- Developed and supported strategic investments in companies deemed necessary to improve the cluster (UNDP).
- Mainstreamed migration in SME development (IOM)
Partnership that creates
Employment and entrepreneurship
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), The Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations (FAO), International Organization For Migration, United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
Funding by the EU:
€5 000 000
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