Middle Seas Capital Launches COVID-19 Support Programme

Middle Seas Capital has launched a programme to support the most vulnerable in society through the COVID-19 crisis.

Silknet Contributes GEL One Million to Support StopCoV Fund through Business Association of Georgia

In prevention of spreading COVID-19 virus, Silknet at an early stage took all necessary effective measures in order to run its operation smoothly and provide seamless communication services that are so vital for the country.

World Bank Allocates EUR 45 million to Georgia

World Bank Group Executive Directors officially confirmed financing Georgia for taking the measures within economic governance and competitive strategies development. The funding consists of 45 million Euros. 

Georgian Business Association and its Member Companies Donate GEL 5 Million StopCov Fund

Georgian Business Association has allocated 300 000 GEL from its own funds to fight COVID19. The Association disseminates information about it.

Ucha Mamatsashvili Donates 100 000 GEL to StopCov FUND

The founder of Middle Seas Capital investment company, businessman Ucha Mamatsashvili, has donated 100 000 GEL to StopCov FUND, a fund that the Georgian Government has created for the fight against Coronavirus.

Georgian Company Doctor Goods Produced 40,000 Medical Gowns in a Week

Georgian producer of medical textiles, Doctor Goods, was able to produce 40,000 medical gowns in a week

Humans for Humans - Campaign to Help Damaged Businesses and Employees

National Association for Human Resources of Georgia started campaign within the frameworks of fighting against coronavirus pandemic and its results.

Liberty Bank Announces New Bank Product Together with Partner Companies

With the initiative of Liberty Bank, for the first time in Georgia new product is created in Georgian bank reality.

President of ADB Declares Support for Georgia for Fighting Against COVID-19

Masatsugu Asakawa, President of the Asian Development Bank and Minister of Finances of Georgia, Ivane Matchavariani discussed the matters of potential contributions towards COVID-19 pandemic in Georgia.