Updated EBRD Business Guide now available for Ukrainian and Moldovan SMEs
November 2, 2022

Updated EBRD Business Guide now available for Ukrainian and Moldovan SMEs


The European Bank for Reconstruction and development (EBRD) has updated its 

online Business Guide for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in Moldova and Ukraine with dedicated information for those that have been affected by the war.

The latest information is available in Romanian and Ukrainian languages.

The latest update to the EBRD’s Moldova-focused Business Guide includes detailed guidance for Ukrainian businesses wanting to relocate to Moldova, and for Moldovan businesses wanting to employ Ukrainian refugees.

The guidance provides legal and practical overviews of how to set up and operate a business in Moldova, as well as information for Moldovan employers and e-commerce firms on the employment of Ukrainian citizens.

Interactive webinars, live chat functionality, and a link to the EBRD’s Know How Academy are also available on the website.

The guide aims to strengthen the resilience of Moldovan SMEs and enable them to learn about digital trends, such as moving their business online or using BizRadar, an application developed under the guidance of Moldova’s Economic Council.  

The EBRD Business guide also has a page dedicated to Georgian MSMEs.

Find out more

Press release

EBRD Business Guide



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