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Borjomi Likani to Replace Rixos Borjomi starting April 13

Rixos Borjomi hotel will host guests under the name of Borjomi Likani starting April 13. Then hotel management says that changes are related to new challenges: We want to attract more European tourists and efficiently employ the huge potential of our beautiful hotel. Consequently, the brand of Rixos will withdraw …

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Nitsa Cholokashvili: Successful Project is the Biggest Adrenaline

Nitsa Cholokashvili

Interview with Nitsa Cholokashvili, Head of Public Relations Department of ‘’IDS Borjomi Georgia’’. “This is a profession where the general news matter: what is happening in the country, what dynamics are in the economy, what’s new in tax terms, what Parliament discusses and so on,”Nitsa Cholokashvili said in an interview. …

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Maia and Lia: the Refugees Cultivating a New Future in Agriculture

The EU closely cooperates with Georgia to assist progress towards reforms that will help to strengthen the country and improve the living conditions for its citizens. Gender equality is at the heart of this cooperation. Supporting women’s initiatives in different areas, promoting a fair society where men and women have …

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Inspiring Women in Georgian Business

In the world where campaigns like Times UP and #metoo operate and make a huge impact on society, Geostat published latest findings on National Study on Violence against Women in Georgia, the results were not promising as one-quarter of women were fine with violence by men. Although, International Women’s Day …

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Major Foreign Internet Providers to Enter Internet Market of Georgia

Kakha Beqauri, head of Georgian National Communications Commission (GNCC) told at today’s meeting that GNCC is working in introduction of major global Internet providers to the Georgian market. They have already started negotiations with domestic landline Internet providers. Certain obstacles arose in the process and GNCC strictly controls this process …

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EU to Support Georgian Businesses in New Management Reporting

Starting this year, Georgian businesses will prepare and publish management reports for the first time, as part of a reform of accounting and audit practices which aims to achieve greater transparency on the Georgian market, expand investment prospects and simplify access to credit. To support local companies, the Georgian Service …

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The Green Shoots of Growth in Georgia: Hydroponic Farming with EU Support


Growing Georgian vegetables by employing the latest European technologies – this is the motto of Imereti Greenery, a Dutch-Georgian enterprise located in western Georgia, which has benefited from EU support for its development under the EU4Business initiative, seeing production and profits soar as a result, owner of the enterprise is …

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