With the support from USAID, Enterprise Georgia will broaden the investment attraction area and start cooperation with a renowned foreign investment advisory firm - OCO Global.
“Working with OCO Global will significantly broaden our investment attraction area to a global scale,” added Enterprise Georgia CEO Mikheil Khidureli.
With financial support from USAID, Enterprise Georgia’s investment team will work closely with OCO Global, a foreign investment advisory firm, to identify and promote high-value investment opportunities in Georgia’s economy, raising awareness about the country’s economic potential among major international investors. The initiative will prioritize investment in greenfield and export-oriented projects, focusing on innovative, high-value manufacturing including electronics, medical instruments, aerospace parts, and automotive parts.
“This new partnership will help move Georgia’s economic recovery forward, channelling investment into innovative industries that create higher-paying jobs and make Georgia competitive on international markets,” said USAID/Georgia Mission Director Peter Wiebler. “The partnership advances one of the key goals of USAID’s new strategy for Georgia: empowering the private sector to create higher-value employment opportunities and contribute to enterprise-driven economic growth that benefits all Georgians.”