Posted: 2 months ago

Startup Gring Event was held in Batumi

The Bank of Georgia, as a company promoting startups, continues to actively implement projects in this direction.

For this purpose, the Startup Grind event was held in Batumi with the support of the bank, where Nika Abashidze, the founder of the car assistant service digital platform CARU, spoke about the path of his own startup.

He shared his experience on specific topics, the example of CARU with the audience present at the event. These are the startup idea, what lessons he learned in Georgia, during the start-up and growth of the business, and how he managed to enter the American market.

The event was attended by innovators, tech community representatives, and entrepreneurs.

CARU was accelerated in 2020 under the 500Georgia program, which gave it the impetus to enter the international market. Today, Nika Abashidze is actively working on continuing his activities in New York and creating a global company.

CARU is a digital platform for car assistant services, through which the car assistant takes care of repairing the car and returning it to the owner instead of the car owner.