“As a female entrepreneur I was empowered to start negotiations with foreign partners. Our company is currently working on offering services to international clients.”
Eka Aronia, founder of ''Bemobile'', on the difference that
The project “Georgian Business Close to Europe”
(EPRC) has together with the state agency Enterprise Georgia selected 100 companies to partake in the Sweden-funded initiative. The companies operate in various sectors, such as ICT, architecture and interior design, and manufacturing of toy and child apparel. In total, 44 are women run businesses.
Women entrepreneurs have especially participated in training courses on e-commerce, social media, marketing and PR. Tailored consultancy sessions, workshops and business to business (B2B) meetings are offered too. To be able to expand their production, some enterprises get financial support to purchase products and services.
As the COVID-19 pandemic hit the country, the need for business representatives to learn and develop has but only increased.
Photo: Eka Aronia, founder of the mobile service providing company Bemobile, during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019.
Photo Credit: Daria Obukhova