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Daily Archives: April 18, 2018

National Tourism Administration held Workshop on Innovative Strategies in Partnership with Tripadvisor

Tbilisi Marriott hotel has hosted workshop on Innovative Strategies. The event was organized by National Tourism Administration, Chemonics International in partnership with TripAdvisor. The workshop was unveiled by Giorgi Chogovadze, head of National Tourism Administration. Ibrahim Osta, director of Chemonics International has addressed the workshop participants. Today, more than 60% …

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International Festival of Cyber Security To Take Place in Tbilisi

On 20th of April, The University of Georgia in partnership with “Internet Development Initiative” will host the International Festival of Cyber Security. Within the scope of festival following issues will be discussed: • Ecosystem of Cyber Security • Cyber law and Cybercrime, personal data security • Cyberspace, place of spreading …

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Poti Seaport Records 15.1% Upturn in Container Shipping

Poti Seaport has registered a 15.1% upturn in container shipping in January-March 2018, as compared to the same period of 2017. According to APM Terminals Poti, 82 039 TEU containers were handled at Poti Seaport in 2018, up from 71 299 TEU year on year. Ratio of refrigerator-containers in total …

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Inspiring Historical Buildings Throughout Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe has so much to offer with its outstanding heritage and cultural value. Following buildings will amaze any visitor by their rich history: House of the Blackheads – Riga, Latvia This important center for public life, which was first mentioned by sources in 1334 as the New House of …

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Ministry of Economy to Spend 440 000 GEL on Marketing Measures

Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia is entitled to purchase advertising and marketing services under simplified procedures. The Ministry has already received a consent from Procurement Agency for conducting government and public events in limited time. The Ministry will spend this money on the 2018 events, namely on …

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Candoco – British Inclusive Dance Company Returns to Tbilisi

British Council

April 18-20 British Council in partnership with the Tbilisi Kote Marjanishvili State Drama Theatre is organizing the second series of a three-day inclusive dance workshop led by the internationally acclaimed Candoco Dance Company from the UK. The first Dance Lab was held in the fall October-November, 2017. Dance Labs are …

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Tradition of Guda Cheese Production Comes Alive in Tusheti

“My greatest achievement is that I have revived an almost forgotten tradition. Now this will continue and nothing will hamper the process.” “Alaznistavi” farm is located some 2,100 metres above sea level in Alaznistavi, in the northeast region of Tusheti. Far from highways and spread out across traditional grazing grounds, …

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Georgian Wine Companies Reached Agreement with Japanese Importers

Participation of Georgian wine producing companies have been successful at the international exhibition held in Tokyo, Japan, entitled ”Wine and Gourmet Japan 2018”.  Several companies have reached agreement with Japanese importers, and some have started negotiations with potential partners. Georgian wine seminar-tasting “Georgia – The Cradle of Wine” was held …

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Sigua: 140 Artists will Perform on GEM FEST 2018 Stage

 “On August 9th, GEM Fest 2018 opening will be gracious,” said the founder of the festival Giorgi Sigua on business morning and noted that despite the interruption of the state, they managed and rented a private area and according to today’s data, 140 artists will perform on the GEM Fest …

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Paid Traineeships at the EU Delegation to Georgia

The Delegation of the European Union to Georgia offers paid traineeships to young graduates with a university diploma and less than one year of professional experience. Paid traineeships are available in the following policy areas: Sustainable, inclusive and smart economic growth: trainees focus on the monetary, fiscal, business development, labour, and …

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