EBRD Business Guide: updated guidance now available for Georgian MSMEs
December 16, 2022

EBRD Business Guide: updated guidance now available for Georgian MSMEs

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has issued updated guidance for micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in Georgia. 

The guidance provides legal and practical advice on how to set up and operate a business in Georgia. The latest update of the Georgia-focused guide covers environmental responsibility, the protection of consumer rights, e-contracting and other legislative topics.

The update follows previous publications on Ukraine and Moldova and forms part of the Bank’s ongoing legal and business guidance for MSMEs, published in a dedicated online Business Guide

The EBRD Business Guide website was launched in September 2021 and provides interactive webinars and links to useful business and legal resources. To date, it has seen more than 41,000 users.  

This December, the Bank also launched the first in a series of newsletters for Georgia, aimed at keeping subscribers informed of new government programmes and recent legislative developments that might be useful for MSMEs. 

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