The Georgian Chamber of Marketing and Industry (GCCI) as well as the Ajara Chamber of Advertising and Industry (ACCI) are organising the National Womens Business Forum at the Euphoria Hotel in Batumi with 8 March 2018, when using the support of EU4Business.
Up to help 300 participants C One hundred eighty women entrepreneurs from all of the regions of Georgia, Eighteen public, private plus civil society firms that support womens entrepreneurship in Georgia, nationalized, regional and local federal government decision-makers C will gather around Batumi to highlight success stories plus discuss challenges, come across and learn about options, match funds in order to needs and boost communication.
The first Womens Enterprise Forum of Ajara occured on 31 Thinking about receiving 2017 and introduced girls to new business chances, inspiring and motivating them. The number of purposes submitted from Ajara towards state programme Create in Georgia improved by 38% in the soon after year.? Women entrepreneurs started applying for a low interest rate loans while using support of the Bank of Georgia additionally, the European Bank associated with Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). Rural womens awareness about grant projects can be higher now, and that is reflected in the higher number of women beginning the business.
The Forum endeavors to facilitate improvement small and medium-sized businesses, highlight the contribution of women to the business community, stimulate young and women entrepreneurs to implement new concepts, give an opportunity to confidential and non-governmental sectors to develop their projects and also stimulate womens involvement, increase womens and youth having access to finance, give them to be able to make new business linkages as well as promote businesses, which often itself is a step forward to the economic growth of the land.
The main topic within the Forum is womens economic empowerment, financing chances for women start-ups and working experience sharing. Successful suggestions shared by ladies entrepreneurs from Georgia and neighbouring nations, will give participants more knowledge about existing grant undertakings and loans and approaches to expand the business. Individual and governmental businesses implementing grant plans will introduce economical opportunities via details desks. Panel chats will be held regarding the participants and capital organisations, which will help to create close linkages.
The Forum is organised by the Georgian Holding chamber of Commerce in addition to Industry (GCCI), the Ajara Appropriate slot of Commerce along with Industry (ACCI), the Organization of Businesswomen of Ajara (ABWA).
The most important facilitator of the Womens Home business Forum is the Swiss Agency for Advancement and Cooperation (SDC) throughout the Mercy Corps Georgia executed Alliances Caucasus Programme (ALCP).
The Forum is supported by: the EU4Business venture SME Development and DCFTA throughout Georgia, funded by the Western european and implemented simply by GIZ; the Ministry of Pay for and Economy associated with Ajara; the European Bank connected with Reconstruction and Progression (EBRD); Caritas Czech Republic in Georgia, a Caucasus Environmental NGO Network (CENN).