The Association of Young Economists of Georgia (AYEG) in the scope of the USAID project “Governing for Growth (G4G) in Georgia” “Empowering Women in Business” program began selection of participants for upcoming training.
The participants will be selected by AYEG staff after review of applications. The applicants must be an entrepreneur (women only) and there are no restrictions on the type of business planned or in operation.
There will be two training sessions as follows:
Entrepreneurship and running a business – August – 4 days;
Advocacy – October – 3 days.
Costs for participation will be covered by the G4G program “Empowering Women in Business.” More info is available at: http://economists.ge/en/news/140-qalta-gadzliereba-biznesshi.
The program is implemented with USAID project G4G financial support.
G4G is a 5-year $19.3 million project funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Deloitte Consulting LLP. G4G aims to support the Georgian government to create a better enabling environment in which legal and regulatory reforms are fairly and transparently conceived, implemented and enforced through consultative process.
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