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Startup-Friendly – New Project to Support Business

Startup-Friendly - New Project to Support Business

Startup-Friendly, a continuation of the Startup Georgia program to encourage startup businesses, is yet another project seeking to support businesses. Startup-Friendly will help startups establish relations with large business companies, while enabling representatives of large business to engage in the development of different fields and to make mutually beneficial investments. …

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Alliance Group Holding to Renew Joint Database of Business Companies in Georgia

Alliance Group Holding plans to renew a joint database jointly with Georgia-based business companies. The holding director Aieti Kukava told Commersant radio station that any business company, prior to meeting with another company, tries to collect maximum information. Jointly with its partners, Alliance Group Holding supplies information on Georgia-based companies …

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Georgia Among Top Global Improvers, Says Latest Doing Business Report

Georgia Among Top Global Improvers, Says Latest Doing Business Report

Georgia received a ranking of 16 among 190 economies in Doing Business 2017: Equal Opportunity for All, released today. This year, the country also showed an improvement in the distance to frontier[1] score of 2.48 percentage points; currently 80.20 percent compared to 77.72 percent the previous year. In the region, …

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A Long-Term Perspective Is The Most Important in Business

Savse is the only drink which includes the mixture of fruit and vegetables. At the same time, during its production there is a new technology, such as cold pasteurization used. This allows maintaining the taste, vitamins and minerals, which usually disappears in case of hot pasteurization.  The main message of …

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Bank of Georgia Starts Issuing of European Business Loans

Bank of Georgia Starts Issuing of European Business Loans

Bank of Georgia starts issuing of European business loans in order to enable entrepreneurs to export their products at the European market. According to the bank, credit line of 220 million GEL obtained from European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) gives opportunity of development and expansion to the business, …

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Is Georgia Similar to Switzerland?

When I was in my second grade at school, I wrote essay titled “If I were a magician”. I was very sincere in wasting my chance for magic that our teacher had proposed for the dreams of “peace around the world” and GUSSR (Global Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics). …

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Georgian Handmade Crafts Are Sold Abroad

Inca handmade

Inca refers to the name of startup created by young Georgian businesswomen Gvantsa Kordzakhia. The main products of Inca are handmade crafts, one of which are called Dream Catcher, which has become very popular in Georgia in recent period. In some Native American cultures, a dreamcatcher is a handmade object …

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PR Campaigns in Georgia Lack of Comprehensive Conceptual Purpose

PR Campaigns in Georgia Lack of Comprehensive Conceptual Purpose

Kakha Maghradze has worked as a consultant and project manager for GEPRA since 2004, while starting 2007 he has been working as a senior consultant and clients relations manager. Besides working with clients and managing their PR projects, Kakha Maghradze has acquired worthy experience in event management, management of social …

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