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Just 7 years ago, Davit Mnatsakanyan, 34, was discussing with his friend alternative ways of making money. Little did he know that his idea and dreams would become a reality and a successful business in a few short years.
Whilst the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic have been destructive, they have in some respects also been constructive. Many people have endured the consequences of the pandemic; however, some not only withstood it but were also able to benefit from it. Take Anahit from Armenia, for example.
EU4Business supports Neo Ride Armenia, a startup that has put the small Caucasus country on the map for motorcycling tourism.
Sport and fitness have taken on a new quality with the IT and AI-based technology. On global AI and IT maps, Armenia is taking its own place, with many start-ups developing new products, one of them Immensus.
Armine Ghazaryan moved to Spitak, Armenia, when she got married, and today she lives with her son, husband, and mother-in-law in the suburbs. Armine’s husband used to work in Russia, but now he is back and has no job.

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