A young man from Comrat in Moldova set up a profitable business with EU4Business and EBRD advisory support
The European Union invests more and more in the Autonomous Territorial Unit (ATU) of Gagauzia. For this reason, some decided not to go abroad, but to stay at home and start a business.
Animal husbandry and tourism have gained considerable importance for Moldova’s economic development in the recent years, providing opportunities to launch successful local businesses.
The EU4Business-supported programmes can transform the ideas of entrepreneurs from the Republic of Moldova into successful businesses. The „EU4Moldova: Focal Regions” is such a programme intended for those who plan to start or expand their businesses in the Cahul and Ungheni regions.
From the very outset, the AnVita clinic saw its core mission in providing top quality healthcare to people in small towns. The medical center successfully operated in Dobropillya town, Donetsk region, until February 2022, but Russian aggression endangered not only the operation of the clinic, but also people's lives. The business has gone through a difficult path, but still managed to stay afloat and continue its operations. And a microgrant from the EU4Business programme helped them with that.
Located in Blijnii Hutor village 77 km away from Chisinau, Ludmila Bodrug’s company produces naturally smoked meat and sausages according to the traditional recipes inherited from her grandparents.