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RMG to Hold Presentation About Corporate Social Responsibility at CSR FORUM 2022

Hotel Marriott hosted CSR FORUM 2022 organized by Media Holding The FINANCIAL, where business leaders discussed the matters of the challenges and corporate social responsibility this year.

On the 7th forum, the corporate director of the company, Kakhaber Mchedlishvili presented current CSR projects to the public, which the company launches in order to support the locals. 

"I think CSR FORUM is a significant event for businesses, which helps to raise awareness of corporate responsibility and introduce it in the daily activities of both small and large businesses. I am delighted that we have the opportunity for the second time to share the recent CSR projects implemented by our company and their results with the public. The latter brings together up to 70 ongoing CSR projects and up to 3,000 beneficiaries.", noted Kakhaber Mchedlishvili, Corporate Director of RMG.

Guram Akvopashvili, the founder of Association Bolnisi Wine, also addressed the CSR Forum, where he spoke about the achievements, international success, and future plans of the Association Bolnisi Wine.

"RMG is our strong partner, which actively supports the wine-making of Bolnisi and promotes its development. As a result of our cooperation, which started back in 2018, we already managed to bring awareness to Bolnisi wine, both on local and international markets. I am glad that we were given an opportunity to introduce Bolnisi, its wine, and our union to the business society at the CSR forum.", declared the founder of Association Bolnisi Wine, Guram Avkopashvili.

The CSR Forum, organized by The FINANCIAL and supported by UNDP and the President of Georgia, has been running for seven years and allows businesses to share corporate social responsibility approaches and outcomes.

Since 2018, corporate social responsibility has become a matter of strategic importance for RMG. From 2012 onwards, RMG has invested more than $20 million in culture, sports, education, creative youth living in the Kvemo Kartli region, local sports and cultural circles, as well as small entrepreneurs.