Partnership Projects 

Business contributes to sustainable development through partnerships with different stakeholders. 

  • Cooperation with various stakeholders – local or international organizations to achieve sustainable development goals. 


Note. It means a non-entrepreneurial legal entity. (eg: civil society, international organization or association, etc.) 

Sustainable Finance

The business significantly contributes towards fostering Sustainable Finance in Georgia.


  • Issuing green/social/sustainable/sustainability-linked bonds and providing loans to finance environmentally and socially sustainable projects, such as renewable energy infrastructure, energy-efficient buildings, or sustainable transportation.
  • Issuing investment funds specifically dedicated to financing projects aligned with the SDGs, such as clean energy, affordable housing, sustainable agriculture, or clean water and sanitation.
  • Prioritizing investments in projects or businesses that generate measurable social and environmental impact alongside financial returns.
  • Providing financial services to vulnerable groups such as low-income individuals or communities, empowering them to improve their livelihoods through entrepreneurship, education, and access to basic services.
  • Demonstrating commitment to sustainability through integrating environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations into their business strategies, operations, and supply chains.
  • Introducing innovative financing mechanisms to address specific sustainable development challenges, such as crowdfunding platforms for clean energy projects, carbon offset markets, or social impact bonds and loans.
  • Providing financing, technical assistance, and policy advice to support sustainable development initiatives.