The FINANCIAL — A service center of LEPL Entrepreneurship Development Agency of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia has been opened at Uznadze St. 18, Tbilisi. Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia and Ketevan Bochorishvili, Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia visited the new service center.
According to Giorgi Tsikolia, Director at Georgian Entrepreneurship Development Agency, the new service center is aimed to provide beneficiaries with detailed information within the framework of the government initiative – Produce in Georgia. As he mentioned, the new service center will provide any interested person with information concerning issues that fall within the competence of LEPL National Agency of State Property, LEPL Entrepreneurship Development Agency, LEPL Georgia’s Innovation and Technology Agency and LEPL Agriculture Projects Management Agency. According to him, entrepreneurs can use service center as a place for meetings. A library is also functioning at the service center, where useful information in the direction of enterprise development is gathered.
“Every entrepreneur can get information on the questions that may arise within the framework of the state programs. More than 80 entrepreneurs have used our program which means that more than 80 enterprises will be open till the end of the year and during the next year. It will promote creating new jobs. This will be a pilot project, after which larger center is going to be opened. It will include services of the programs existing within the framework of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, as well as Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Energy and other offices. Besides, it may also include registrar so that every service related to public registry to be placed here” – Giorgi Kvirikashvili said.
Anyone who wishes can use internet free of charge, have access to electronic and print resources and use library oriented towards literature in the direction of business at the service center, according to Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia.