Georgian entrepreneurs will go to Germany to improve their skills

2022/06/46556-1655972156.jpg
Read: 352     14:00     23 Июнь 2022    

Businessmen will have the opportunity to bring their products to the 500 million EU market.
More than 20 Georgian entrepreneurs will travel to Germany this year as part of the Fit for Partnership professional development program, the corresponding memorandum was signed by Deputy Minister of Economy of Georgia Gennady Arveladze and German Ambassador Hubert Knirsch.
The Fit for Partnership program is organized by the Federal Ministry of Economy and Climate Protection of Germany (BMWK) and the German Society for International Cooperation GIZ, which has been implemented since 2016. The program is aimed at developing international trade opportunities for small and medium-sized businesses.
"The Fit for Partnership program is an opportunity for local entrepreneurs to bring their products to the 500 million EU market," Gennady Arveladze said.
According to Arveladze, Germany has been one of Georgia's largest trade and investment partners for many years.
During the launch of the program, more than 150 entrepreneurs took part in it.
The program is of particular importance in the context of the Association Agreement between the EU and Georgia, including the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Areas (DCFTA).

sputnik-georgia.ru





Tags:



Georgian entrepreneurs will go to Germany to improve their skills

2022/06/46556-1655972156.jpg
Read: 353     14:00     23 Июнь 2022    

Businessmen will have the opportunity to bring their products to the 500 million EU market.
More than 20 Georgian entrepreneurs will travel to Germany this year as part of the Fit for Partnership professional development program, the corresponding memorandum was signed by Deputy Minister of Economy of Georgia Gennady Arveladze and German Ambassador Hubert Knirsch.
The Fit for Partnership program is organized by the Federal Ministry of Economy and Climate Protection of Germany (BMWK) and the German Society for International Cooperation GIZ, which has been implemented since 2016. The program is aimed at developing international trade opportunities for small and medium-sized businesses.
"The Fit for Partnership program is an opportunity for local entrepreneurs to bring their products to the 500 million EU market," Gennady Arveladze said.
According to Arveladze, Germany has been one of Georgia's largest trade and investment partners for many years.
During the launch of the program, more than 150 entrepreneurs took part in it.
The program is of particular importance in the context of the Association Agreement between the EU and Georgia, including the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Areas (DCFTA).

sputnik-georgia.ru





Tags: