A USAID-Georgia New Year Exhibition-Sale of beneficiary entrepreneurs’ products is to be held on December 5 at Dedaena Park, Tbilisi. More than 90 young and professional entrepreneurs from Tbilisi, as well as from different regions of the country, will take part. The exhibition is open to all those who are interested in Georgian products and support business development.
The exhibition will be visited by US Ambassador Kelly Degnan and USAID Georgia Mission Director Peter Wiebler, alongside representatives of USAID programs and guests from various international and local organizations. At the exhibition, visitors will be able to meet entrepreneurs, check out their products, and shop for gifts ahead of the New Year holidays. Entertainers, face painters and actors will be there to keep both younger and older guests entertained.
The exhibition is being organized by the USAID Georgia programs: USAID YES – Georgia, USAID Economic Security, and USAID Agriculture Programs.
Entrepreneurs participating in the event will offer guests handmade accessories, jewelry, leather and felt products, agricultural products (honey, churchkhela, dried fruit, dairy products, etc.), Georgian wine, paintings, decorations, clothes, shoes, toys, herbs, bags, self-care, and cosmetics.
The exhibition, which will start at 14:00 and last until 20:00, will be held in full compliance with the Covid-19 regulations.
The exhibition aims to promote the professional growth of entrepreneurs, deepen business relations, and introduce businesses and their products to the public. In addition, the event aims to raise public awareness about USAID-Georgia’s mission and activities in Georgia.
And be sure not to miss out on your chance to discover more about USAID-Georgia’s programs at the event: USAID YES-Georgia (a support program for youth and women entrepreneurs), its Economic Security Program, and its Agriculture Program.