Agriculture is a complex issue within Georgia. Despite high levels of rural to urban migration over the last few decades Georgia largely remains an agriculture society. However, the overwhelming proportion of agriculture land is small scale, privately owned farms which do little to compete on the open market.
Despite this circumstance, agriculture remains one of the most important sectors of Georgia’s economy and how it develops will play an important role in the country’s development. Under the guidelines set under Georgia’s DCTFA with the EU significant reforms across the industrial value chain are required. PMO is experienced in helping actors along this value chain implement these required changes. We have worked with Zrda and the USAID Agriculture Program and have also helped many companies across food industries to develop business plans and observe commercial due diligence. For many of these businesses we maintain a role of ongoing support and continue to provide advice and assistance when required.