15 companies from the left bank of the Nistru river will get their webpages developed using GoOnline platform, supported by the European Union through the EU Confidence Building Measures Programme, implemented by the UNDP.

GoOnline will offer applicants a set of digital services, including the development of a web page, branding, communication, design, and social media management. All these tools, developed in less than one month, will help the entrepreneurs get closer to their clients and adapt to the new realities imposed by the pandemic crisis.
Over the next three months, applications to benefit from the digital services could be submitted by the specialized enterprises in the field of: production of decoration articles, wine-making, tourism, light industry, agriculture, bakery products, furniture production, children toys’ production, shoes’ manufacturing, creative services, such as animation creation, video,  erformances, events, teaching foreign languages, etc.
The platform is also open for companies or freelance professionals from creative industry providing digital services, such as IT, marketing, communication, design, business development, payment integration, logistics, and delivery.
The costs incurred with the digital services is covered by the EU CBM Programme.
During April – August 2020, 60 enterprises have benefited from the support for developing online displays, visual identities, pages on Facebook and Instagram, or for connecting to e-payment systems.
GoOnline also embeds an educational component. It implies holding regular webinars with participation of e-commerce experts. The events will be announced on the Facebook pages of GoOnline and Agency Innovation.
GoOnline is a project initiated by the Association of Creative Industry Companies in Moldova and implemented by the Center of Creative Industries Artcor. The platform was launched in April 2020 and is supported by Moldova Competitiveness Project, financed by the USAID, Sweden and UK; Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation in the framework of the project “Optim – opportunities through technologies and innovations in Moldova” implemented by HELVETAS Swiss Inter-cooperation, and the Investments Agency of the Republic of Moldova, Organization for Development of Small and Medium Enterprises, EU Confidence Building Measures Programme, financed by European Union and implemented by the UNDP.