More than 20 Georgian entrepreneurs will be introduced to German business culture and have the opportunity to form ties under the Fit for Partnership programme, the Ministry of Economy of Georgia announced on Wednesday.
The Ministry said the programme - run since 2016 - would be used to help the businesses establish relations and gain direct insights into the business practices of German companies. The initiative aims to prepare entrepreneurs from Asia, Eastern Europe, North Africa and Latin America to do business and cooperate with German counterparts.
The Ministry said about 150 entrepreneurs had joined the programme from Georgia since its establishment.
Getting acquainted with German business culture and developing international business relations and negotiation skills is crucial for our small and medium-sized businesses", Deputy Minister Genadi Arveladze said.
He added Germany was an "important and reliable" partner on the path of Georgia's European aspiration and integration.