The Moldovan pastry company Panilino delivers on its promise to bring back childhood memories. Cakes, rolls, biscuits and traditional sweet bread – cozonacs – allow you to travel back in time to cosy family gatherings, conjuring up feelings of nostalgia and happy memories.
Horticulture and tourism have gained considerable importance for Moldova’s economic development in recent years, providing opportunities to launch successful local businesses.
In recent years, tourism has become an industry of growing importance for Moldova’s economic health. Moldovans eager to contribute to this development have taken advantage of EU programmes to launch of a number of unique businesses: an Asian-style yurt village, scenic route through a historical region of Moldova, a salt grotto, and even SUP tours on water.
EU funding through the PARE 1+1 programme, in which every leu invested from remittances is supplemented by one leu as a grant, supports entrepreneurship in rural areas of Moldova.
The Women in Business Programme is a EU project under its EU4Business Initiative for women in Moldova who want to start or expand their business, especially in rural areas.