As the EU Delegation in Georgia reports, a multi-brand company for the production of adaptive clothing Kombinizona plans to increase the number of employees with disabilities in its enterprise. With the Clusters’ facilitation for the Development project, Kombinizona has purchased 19 units of sewing equipment. It says it will increase production capacity. “Social enterprise Kombinizona expands apparel production and hiring ten new staff – all persons w/ disabilities. Made possible through EU and GIZ support,” EU Ambassador to Georgia Carl Hartzell said in his Twitter post.
In his words, part of EU efforts will boost business and protect vulnerable groups. Notably, Kombinizona represents a social enterprise that is a project of the innovative clothes factory – ISF Georgia.