GIZ and EU4Business enable the creation of two clusters in Georgia

Submitted by Caroline Guillet on 18 July 2018

The European Union has co-funded an SME development and DCFTA (Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement) project in Georgia. This project implemented by the GIZ aims at laying the ground for empowering Georgian SMEs to ensure broad-based growth. The project comprises a large set of activities, all intended to reinforcing SMEs in the country.

Among these activities, the project aims at strengthening four economic sectors furniture/interiors, apparel, film production and ICT, applying a clustering methodology onto 150 SMEs. Thanks to the GIZ support, two clusters (furniture and film) have been formally registered, with a management structure in place.

Cluster collaboration as the next step?

Third Country
Black Sea
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