In case of interest, entrepreneurs also receive information on the export of Georgian products in EU countries from government and financial institutions, programs and projects existing in local and international NGOs. In order to provide full answers to the questions asked by the Center staff, entrepreneurs also appeal to the agencies responsible for specific issues.
DCFTA - Information Center experts are also offered to Georgian entrepreneurs to provide free services of Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry to promote their business and export. For example: register at business-forum where entrepreneurs have the opportunity to communicate with potential business partners; Plan B2B meetings and prepare primary documentation.
*The project “SME Development and DCFTA in Georgia” assists Georgian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to become more competitive and adapt to the new regulatory environment created under the free trade agreement with the EU (DCFTA). The project is part of European Union's EU4Business Initiative, which helps SMEs to benefit from DCFTA by improving business environment, increasing knowledge and skills of businesses, and by supporting SMEs to get better access to finance.