Georgia is emerging as a hub for startups in the Caucasus region, with a growing ecosystem that is attracting attention from investors and entrepreneurs from around the world.
Team of Davit Mizandari will present the idea of 3D Qvevri in Greece, between 7-11 september.
The winners of the Co-Financing Grant program of Innovations and Technologies Agency of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development is revealed.
Georgia will host the Global Startup Grind conference annually in the footsteps of San Francisco, London and Barcelona.
A commercial bank is not an institution that funds startups, TBC Bank co-founder Mamuka Khazaradze noted when delivering his speech before students of University of Caucasus.
The first Georgian application for Companion Traveler has been developed, the idea author Nika Bazadze told BM.GE. The startup was introduced about 1 month ago. The application is for the drivers without commercial purposes.
The Innovation and Technology Agency of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development launched the pre-accelerator program.
We want to look back at 2018, which was a productive and successful year for the Georgian startup scene in diverse directions. And here’s our list of the top highlights of the year to prove it:
Georgian board games company The GGM – BOARD GAMES was founded by “Agrarian University” students Mikhail Cholokava, Guram Gelkhauri, and Givi Dolidze.