Founder of Bioli Plans to Organize a Glamping in Kojori
Doctor of Medicine Tamaz Mchedlidze, the owner of the wellness resort, plans to organize glamping in Kojori. As stated by the businessman in "Business Partner," he purchased 2 hectares of land for that purpose.
According to the businessman, $3 million is planned to be invested in the development of the area. The concept includes the construction of about 25 wooden cottages.
"The project will be implemented after I find a co-investor. I had an Israeli partner who was interested in investing in the project, invested 3 million, however, then refused and left. Due to the unstable situation in the region, the investor changed his mind about the co-participation," Mchedlidze said.
The businessman plans to develop glamping in different regions of Georgia in the future. "This direction has a great future. Glamping in recreational areas will be in great demand," Mchedlidze said.
Medgroup Georgia Medical Wellness Ltd has been operating in Kojori, Bioli, since 2013. The resort provides its own farm and greenhouse with quality and natural food products.
The company aims to develop the wellness industry in Georgia and position the medical resort as a premium class on the world market.
Tamaz Mchedlidze has his own network of clinics "Medi" in Russia.