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Does Virtual Reality Stand as the Future of Online Gambling Industry?

Does Virtual Reality Stand as the Future of Online Gambling Industry?

Gambling has been a part of the gaming industry long before the first video game was even made. Shiny one-armed bandits were attracting jackpot-hungry folk with their beautifully drawn icons and never-ending, win-signalizing ringing. However, as the industry was giving birth to numerous innovations, players’ claims grew as well: even …

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Azerbaijani and Georgian Startups Ink Memorandum on Cooperation

Baku Business Factory (BBF) and Georgia’s Innovation and Technology Agency (GITA) have today signed a Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC). The document was signed by the BBF Director Alovsat Muslumov and GITA Chairman Giorgi Zviadadze. According to agreement, the parties will expand cooperation in non-oil sector, particularly in ICT, science, engineering …

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G&T: Tourism Sector Revenues are Expected to Exceed 3 billion USD

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“We expect tourists inflow to rise by 20% in 2018”, G&T expert Eva Bochorishvili told Business Morning TV program. Indicators of the beginning of this year give a ground for such optimistic forecasts, she added. “Tourists inflow rose by 27% in January and by 23% in February. As to tourism …

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Social Impact Award Workshops to Start on March 15

Social Impact Award – an opportunity for students to generate ideas and get to know the principals of Business Planning! Do not miss the chance to participate. SIA wokshops in Rustavi agenda: March 15 – 14:00 p.m. – 18:00 p.m. – Social Entrepreneurship / idea generation March 16 – 14:00 …

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Georgian Parliament Enhances Research and Analytical Service

The Parliament of Georgia, supported by the European Union (EU) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), enhances legislative research and analysis for effective law-making and oversight. In 2018, the Parliament plans to considerably improve its capacities for research and analysis to provide impartial and comprehensive research and policy support to …

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Georgian Startup Launches Minimalist Campaign #IAMWoman

Minimalist Georgian jewelry startup 22/11 and Galerea Individi, launched campaign #IAMwoman to celebrate International Women’s Day, Within the campaign company offers silver brochures with the inscription “I’m a Woman”. “We have been working with” Galerea Individi for several months, which produces wooden handmade items. For March 8, we decided to …

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Qualified Investors should Have Free Access to Land Plots

Irakli Lekvinadze

Land ownership regulations should be based on reasonable principles, Business Ombudsman Irakli Lekvinadze said. It is important that qualified investors have free access to land plots, he added. “We have not consulted this issue with Parliament of Georgia yet. We have held consultations with business sector. Naturally, we should wait …

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Gambling Business in Georgia Reminds of Wet Market

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Gambling business is one of the most profitable sectors, but it also comprises serious threats for ordinary citizens. Specialists assert that gambling business is growing at high paces in Georgia. In pursue of technological progress, this sector penetrates new and new social circles and various geographical locations. Several years ago, …

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