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Georgia should Have Glut of Startups

Itsik Moshe

Government of Georgia should provide efficient support to Georgian startups definitely, otherwise their development is unimaginable, Itsik Moshe, head of Georgia-Israel Chamber of Business, noted. In his interview with the Caucasus Business Week (CBW) Mr. Itsik talked about the Israeli experience and noted that in 1990s the government of Israel …

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Burgio- From “Wandering Around business” to Burger Bar

One year ago, a car riding in the streets started to sell burgers in Tbilisi. This business was initiated by married couple from Moskov, Giorgi Zlobin and Valeria Giachagte. This year, their “wandering” start-up turned into a bar, which offers homemade delicious products to the customers.  Giorgi Zlobin talks about …

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Babuatsvera: New Startup with Creative Name and Handmade Crafts


Babuatsvera (Dandelions) is another creative startup, which makes handmade crafts, jewelry, accessorizes and book marks. Company uses polymer clay as a working material. Startup.ge has talked with founder of Babuatsvera Mariam Elisashvili. How did you came up with the idea? I love making handmade crafts from my childhood. I love drawing which helps …

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When You Say No to an Investor With Only $10 Left in Your Pocket


The conversation we had went well, our COO and CTO thought. It was 2014 and we’d been working on our start-up topishare for about 6 months, already having several investors running after us. Our first meeting, where we ‘felt the waters’, seemed like a great opportunity to increase the inflow …

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Episode – First Used Clothing Online Shop Appears in Georgia


Episode is first used clothing online shop in Georgia, founders of the website Levan Okriashvili and Lasha Margiani are consumers of second hand clothing, who decided to create a platform where people could purchase used clothing. How did you came up with the idea? We found out that many of …

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5 Reasons to Run your Startup from Georgia


Your to-go-to place when you want to found a startup is Silicon Valley, right? Or perhaps London? Wrong. It was, a few years ago. But it isn’t anymore. Not only does the mayor of Palo Alto (which includes Silicon Valley) want the tech giants out, investors are also done with …

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