BTU’s Entrepreneurship Center supported the execution of the training program for small and medium-sized businesses founded by women.
The Entrepreneurship Center provided women entrepreneurs with an intensive lecture course as part of the program to help them learn more about business development, as well as financing options available in Georgia.
The following sessions were held for the beneficiaries as part of the program:
Introduction and business plan – Keti Ebanoidze and Elene Zhvania (Impact Hub);
Grants and co-funding initiatives – Mary Gulua
Financing prospects in the banking industry – Levan Gobejishvili
Trends in technology – Vazha Beriashvili (Startuper);
Brand and communication (Beki Pantskhava);
Effective presentation skills – Giorgi Kintsurashvili
Georgian Chamber of Commerce and its offerings (Giorgi Vekua)
Meeting with successful entrepreneur women from Georgia – Tamar Buiglishvili (Chikatai)
Beneficiaries were awarded certificates from BTU.
Program partners: Startup, Impact Hub Tbilisi, and the Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.