Three Tbilisi stores challenging assumptions of social enterprise

A toy maker, a ceramics business and a branding-savvy “social concept store” are all helping to raise public awareness of social enterprise in the Georgian capital – and challenging the notion that buying social means compromising on quality. Pioneers Post goes window shopping to find out more. 



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