On December 17-18 Tbilisi is hosting a very important event for business sector. Namely, the 11th pavilion of Expo Georgia is hosting beginner and successful enterprisers from 16 various industries.
Terabank and other representatives of commercial and public field provide support of the event. Startup Market was organized by advertising company Betterfly.
This is the first alternative space in Georgia that is oriented on popularization of entrepreneurs and changing the existing eco system. The following industrial sectors have been represented at Startup Market: Clothes, footwear, woodworks, ceramics, food products, innovations, online business, décor. Their total number is 120. Terabank offers special services:
Transfers in GEL and USD – free of charge, money withdrawal from account and ATM, internet banking, salary card and business card – free of charge! This is the offer of Terabank and Startup Market participant entrepreneurs are able to enjoy these service on exclusive rights.
We understand that even small costs are very expensive for beginner businessmen, therefore, we have taken decision to offer free of charge banking products and services to them. Besides the mentioned advantages, the event guests and participants will be able to visit Terabank finance house and receive consultations from bankers over business development issues. It is very important for Terabank to offer best conditions to business, because support of small and medium business is a main priority of the bank after re-branding, Terabank managers noted.
Terabank launched operation on Georgian market 17 years ago. The bank successfully supports development of small and medium-sized business sectors. The Bank is united in Dhabi Group Arab investment company that owns multi-profile business on international market: tourism industry, real estate, development, production, bank and finance services and so on.
Dhabi Group is oriented on expansion of investments in finance activities through strong financial resources and experience in management, including in Georgia.