Bank of Georgia, USAID, Gepra, and Kudos Georgia Unite to Support Georgian Business with B2B forum
In an effort to support and promote small and medium-sized businesses in Georgia, a B2B forum is set to take place on April 27. The forum will feature entrepreneurs from five different sectors including tourism, light industry, intelligent services, creative industries, and waste management.
Manufacturers from these sectors will have the opportunity to showcase their products and services in their own designated spaces, while buyers can connect and establish new collaborations. The B2B forum is organized by the Bank of Georgia, USAID Economic Security Program, Gepra, and Kudos Georgia.
This is an excellent opportunity for businesses to expand their networks and reach, as well as to promote their products and services to a wider audience. The forum will cover various sectors, including tourism, which is a vital industry for Georgia's economy.
The tourism sector will be represented by entrepreneurs specializing in adventurous, gastronomic, cultural, and healing tourism. Meanwhile, the light industry will feature building materials, furniture and design, toys, packaging materials, waste recycling, and personal protective equipment.
Intelligent services such as business process outsourcing, e-commerce, and ICT will also be showcased, as well as creative industries including film production, post-production, and artisanal production. Additionally, waste management entrepreneurs specializing in solid waste will also be in attendance.
This B2B forum is an important event for Georgian businesses to connect, collaborate, and grow. Don't miss this opportunity to take your business to the next level. Register for the forum today at https://go.bog.ge/b2bforum.