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First Graffiti Shop and School To Open in Tbilisi

The shop which will unite studio and work shop will be located in a multi-functional space, Fabrika. “It will be a space where local and foreign artists works will be sold. Besides, it will be a workshop where different kind of graffiti production will be created”- noted one of the authors …

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Silicon Valley Businessman to Share His Experience to Georgian Startupers

Silicon Valley businessman Lauren Wright , co-founder and executive director of Launch Gurus, will visit Georgian TechnoPark. The visit is organized  by Georgian Innovation and Technology Agency and the US Embassy in Georgia. The guest will see the space of TechnoPark and receive information on Agency projects and programs. He …

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Delta to Provide Georgian Army with Equipment

Delta to Provide Georgian Armey with Equipment

“Supply of Georgian armed forces basically will be determined with the products manufactured by Delta. Delta will be orientated on the equipping of armed forces”, – Defense Minister Levan Izoria stated while visiting State Military Scientific-Technical Center Delta. According to him, products produced by Delta have a pretty good recognition …

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Irakli Kashibadze Founded Consultation Company, Future Laboratory

A former head of Innovations and Technologies Agency, Irakli Kashibadze moved to private sector. Consultation Company Future Laboratory, which has been founded by Kashibadze is focused to transform business with the means of innovations.  The founder talks about his own business with Business contract. What is Future Laboratory about, for …

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Schengen Visa-Free Travel to Validate At the End of March

“At the end of March, Georgians citizens will be able to use short-term visa-free travel to Schengen countries” – declared Prime Minister, Giorgi Kvirikashvili during the meeting with EU commissioner, Dimitris Avramopoulos. During the meeting which took place at government administration, Georgia visa liberalization issues were discussed and it has been …

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Tbilisi to Host Two Georgia-Israel Business Forums in 2017

Itsik Moshe, president of Georgia-Israel Chamber of Business, objects to illegal penetration of Georgian citizens to Israel and offers specific mechanisms for problems resolution and proposes to abolish visa-free regime. “Israel needs tourists from Georgia. Israel also needs several thousands of employees every year. But illegal migrants create problems. I …

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Mediation, Cheap and Alternative Mechanism for Disputes Resolution

Tbilisi Business HUB

Tbilisi Business Hub is fully oriented on businessmen and their needs. Our services enable you to maximally save money, time, which a contemporary individual lacks for, most of all. Mediation is among our services, that, according to the world practice, is the cheapest and fastest way for disputes resolution. Therefore, …

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Six Nations 2017: Georgia – a Coming Force in World Rugby

Six Nations 2017: Georgia - a Coming Force in World Rugby

The Six Nations is the exclusive club for European rugby’s elite, and there is a queue of outsiders eager to force their way in. Georgia are at the front of that waiting list, climbing above Italy in the world rankings and attracting crowds of more than 50,000 in Tbilisi. They …

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Government Prepares Special Presentation for EBRD’s Annual Meeting

Government Prepares Special Presentation for EBRD’s Annual Meeting

Georgian government prepares presentation of investment opportunities for EBRD’s annual meeting, which will be held in Cyprus in May, 2017. Finance Minister Dimitri Kumsishvili has declared about that at the meeting held with Bruno Balvaner, Regional Director of EBRD. According to Bruno Balvaner, merely several countries will be given presentation …

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