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Rauscedo Vine Seedling Farm to Share Its Experience to Georgian Winegrowers

Organized by Green Solutions company, on Jnanuary 30, the worldwide distinguished vine seedling farm ROUSCADO will hold a meeting with Georgian winegrowers and winemakers. At the meeting the company representatives will introduce virus-free Georgian vine seedlings and update Georgian winegrowers about the breeding rules. ROUSCADO is the world’s major vine …

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m² Construction College – Construct 2 Submission is Now Open

“Construction 2” is a joint project of “m² real estate” and Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia, with full investment worth of 3 million GEL. With 11 short term professional training, the college will train up to 600 certified specialists for diplomatic work safety and environmental technologies. Study …

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Soundwave Presents Live Session of Swede Musician Jay-Jay Johanson

SOUNDWAVE – is a new wave of live music, which is presented by Likani and Velvet Session. Every month’s last Thursday, SOUNDWAVE will hold unforgettable live sessions, where music lovers and performers will establish magical connections. Live sessions will be unique, characteristic, different from each other and always open to …

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Stamba Received People’s Choice Prize at Ahead Global Awards

Hotel Stamba became the owner of one of the most prestigious prizes of the hotel industry worldwide. Besides the jury, the people could vote for a specific hotel, in this category, Stamba received People’s Choice award at AHEAD Global Awards. The AHEAD Global Awards award is a huge recognition for …

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Fuckup Nights Tbilisi Vol. 9 to Take Place at Fabrika

Fuckup Nights is a global movement and event series that shares stories of professional failure. Each month, in events across the globe, we get three to four people to get up in front of a room full of strangers to share their own professional fuckup. The stories of the business …

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Baku-Tbilisi-Kars – Commerce or Politics

In October 2017, the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railroad was officially inaugurated. The project’s authors asserted that this section would work as the shortest route from China to Eastern Europe, and serve both cargo and passenger trains. What do we have in reality? What type and what volume of cargo has been transported …

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