With OECD support provided under the EU4Business initiative, Moldovan food producers will increase their capacity to work with international supermarket chains and access global markets.
When a pandemic changes business plans and individual lives, it’s no surprise that one of the projects under the EU M4EG or Mayors for Economic Growth programme being implemented in the small western Ukrainian town of Dolyna has temporarily turned into a charity.
When a pandemic hits and social distancing is a key means to stay safe, the idea of remote services becomes even more valuable. In the wake of the COVID-19 quarantine, an AI-based public assistant comes as savior for Georgian businesses and the more than 125,000 residents of Rustavi by keeping them informed about city services, new regulations, and steps to take to cope with coronavirus challenges without leaving their homes.
“We make 15,000 masks a day, and donate 5% to doctors”. The story of Nelva, a Belarusian clothing brand that’s not afraid of changes
Today, Nelva has 250 employees, 14 stores and thousands of fans in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine. Deputy Director Irina Rakhmanova speaks of how the ambitions of a few students grew into a large-scale business. Her speech is filled with such passion and enthusiasm that it immediately becomes clear why this could not have been any other way.
It is always the smallest things that make the biggest difference. The right colour of socks can create a winning outfit, a fluffy cushion can add cosiness to a couch and elegant napkins can turn a simple dinner table into a sophisticated setting.