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TBC Bank's action to support 12,000 start-up businesses totaling $ 33 million.

 

The program, launched by TBC Bank a year ago to support new companies, now supports 12,000 different companies. TBC was the first bank in Georgia to provide start-up and non-financial assistance.

 

For more than a year, more than 500 companies have started undergraduate and undergraduate classes organized by StarBoard TBC. More than 200 articles, blogs, television reports, and videos have been published on social media and social media.

 

Today, Starter is made up of four main areas: startups, product startups, senior classes / exercises, and media support. Representatives of startups have successfully delivered financial and non-financial services in various sectors. And. They include the construction sector, shoe and clothing manufacturing, transportation, logistics, health care, technology, tourism and agriculture, and more.

 

The program has recently added two additional guidelines - support for starting agricultural and hotel / tourism activities.

 

As a result of partnering with various large companies, Starter has launched specialty launch products that enable new company representatives to access the resources they need and offer discounts on resources. For one year Starter will support Socar, Geocell, Silknet and TBC. Further collaborations with several companies are planned in the near future.

 

Detailed information on all aspects of the program can be found at www.startuperi.ge.

 

TBC Bank's action to support 12,000 start-up businesses totaling $ 33 million.

 

The program, launched by TBC Bank a year ago to support new companies, now supports 12,000 different companies. TBC was the first bank in Georgia to provide start-up and non-financial assistance.

 

For more than a year, more than 500 companies have started undergraduate and undergraduate classes organized by StarBoard TBC. More than 200 articles, blogs, television reports, and videos have been published on social media and social media.Today, Starter is made up of four main areas: startups, product startups, senior classes / exercises, and media support. Representatives of startups have successfully delivered financial and non-financial services in various sectors. And. They include the construction sector, shoe and clothing manufacturing, transportation, logistics, health care, technology, tourism and agriculture, and more.

 

The program has recently added two additional guidelines - support for starting agricultural and hotel / tourism activities.

 

As a result of partnering with various large companies, Starter has launched specialty launch products that enable new company representatives to access the resources they need and offer discounts on resources. For one year Starter will support Socar, Geocell, Silknet and TBC. Further collaborations with several companies are planned in the near future.

 

Detailed information on all aspects of the program can be found at www.startuperi.ge.

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Georgia-Azerbaijan strategic partnership, joint regional projects and the development of economic cooperation between the two countries were key issues discussed at the meeting of Georgian Prime Minister Georgi Kvirikashvili and Azerbaijani Economy Minister Shirin Mustafa.

The two met on March 6 at the Georgian government building in Tbilisi, where the prime minister said Georgia's strategic cooperation with Azerbaijan was of great importance and that cooperation was very important for Georgia.

The two sides positively assessed the annual turnover between the two countries. The positive trend in the development of cooperation in the tourism sector was also highlighted, which resulted in a significant increase in the number of Azeri tourists in Georgia.

At a meeting of Azerbaijani and Georgian representatives, Shahin Mustafaov stressed that increasing the volume of cargo transportation via Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) is very important.

The main goal is to increase the volume of freight transport via the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway and to explore ways to make effective use of the opportunities available. Much attention should be paid to the development of passenger transport through BTK, which creates wide opportunities for tourism.

"Thanks to our joint efforts, we will reach our goal," Mustafaov told the Azerbaijani media.

The Azerbaijani delegation also met with Georgian First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Dmitry Qomishishli and Interior Minister Georgi Gakhari.

The parties also noted that the BTK railway as well as other projects will play an important role in the development of the South Caucasus, but also for the development of Europe, the European Union and Asia.

It turned out that the volume of trade between Azerbaijan and Georgia increased by 17% in 2017 and exports to Georgia increased by 13%.

The Azerbaijani delegation includes senior officials from the Ministries of Economy and Finance, the State Oil Fund, the Azerbaijan CJSC Railways, the CJSC Baku International Trade Port and the CJSC Marine Caspian Sea of ​​Azerbaijan.

 

By Thea Morrison

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The lari is one of the most stable currencies in the region. - Minister of Finance Mamuka Bakhtadze told Bloomberg when speaking about the fluctuations of the national currency in 2107:

 

"Of course, national currency fluctuations are one of our biggest economic challenges, partly due to the high dollar rate. We have a comprehensive, long-term plan to address that challenge. Currency in our region, you will find the lari one of the most sustainable Currencies are in the region. We expect the fluctuations to be significantly lower, given the policy, which helps lower the dollar's level in the economy. "

The finance minister also discussed Georgia's vision, relations with other countries and future trade under Bloomberg's supervision. He also talked about working with the United States, saying that Georgia has become a distinct country in the region.

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Tuesday, 06 March 2018 13:10

Business Representation Meeting at BIA

Construction and business development business representatives held a regular meeting held by the Business Intelligence Agency in Tbilisi under the banner B-Talks under the name "Challenges of Construction and Corporate Vision".

The beautiful venue of the Holiday Inn was the venue and more than 100 representatives of different companies attended. Discussions included major market developments, construction statistics, surveillance information, and future market prospects. The delegates had an opportunity to exchange views, communicate with industry experts, as well as on the dynamics of key markets in Georgia.

 

These discussions included experts from the Bureau of Municipal Planning and regulatory authorities, both of which are essential for business firms. The BIA session provides a first-hand information exchange between regulators and manufacturers to synchronize their workflow to prevent future conflicts. Tbilisi's main program, Urban Planning Regulations, was at the center of the negotiations. In addition to insisting on questions about permits, securities and planning restrictions, businesses are given a glimpse into the city's planning ideas from the government.

 

The purpose of the B-Talks and BIA suites is to create the necessary coordination for a constructive and collaborative business strategy between the public and private sectors focusing on combining both players in one room. BIA has been a pioneer in the Georgian business environment that has created an information exchange space and networking opportunities.

 

The first B-Talks were held Feb. 2, which focused on the transportation industry and hosted more than 70 delegates throughout the year. The BIA plans to offer additional events, including transportation and construction, to the healthcare sector.

 

BIA is a leader in providing information and data for Georgian companies, analyzing and disseminating statistics on companies and sectors of the industry.

 

 

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TBC Bank's action to support 12,000 startups totaling $ 33 million.



Launched a year ago by TBC Bank to support new companies, the program now supports 12,000 different companies. TBC was the first bank in Georgia to provide first aid and non-financial assistance.



For more than a year, more than 500 undergraduate and undergraduate companies have been organized by StarBoard TBC. More than 200 articles, blogs, television reports and videos have been published on social media and social media.



Today, startups consist of four main areas: startup, product launch, classes / exercises and media support. Startup representatives have successfully delivered financial and non-financial services in various sectors. And they include construction, shoe and apparel, transportation, logistics, health care, technology, tourism and agriculture, and more.



The program recently added two additional guidelines - support for starting agricultural and hotel / tourism activities.



As a result of working with large companies, Startup has launched custom launch products that enable new company representatives to access the resources they need and offer discounts for resources. Supports Socar, Geocell, Silknet and TBC for one year. Further collaborations with several companies are planned in the near future

 

 

Detailed information on all aspects of the program can be found at www.startuperi.ge.

 

TBC Bank's action to support 12,000 start-up businesses totaling $ 33 million.

The program, launched by TBC Bank a year ago to support new companies, now supports 12,000 different companies. TBC was the first bank in Georgia to provide start-up and non-financial assistance.

 

For more than a year, more than 500 companies have started undergraduate and undergraduate classes organized by StarBoard TBC. More than 200 articles, blogs, television reports, and videos have been published on social media and social media.

 

Today, Starter is made up of four main areas: startups, product startups, senior classes / exercises, and media support. Representatives of startups have successfully delivered financial and non-financial services in various sectors. And. They include the construction sector, shoe and clothing manufacturing, transportation, logistics, health care, technology, tourism and agriculture, and more.

 

The program has recently added two additional guidelines - support for starting agricultural and hotel / tourism activities.

 

As a result of partnering with various large companies, Starter has launched specialty launch products that enable new company representatives to access the resources they need and offer discounts on resources. For one year Starter will support Socar, Geocell, Silknet and TBC. Further collaborations with several companies are planned in the near future.

 

Detailed information on all aspects of the program can be found at www.startuperi.ge.

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Georgia's First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Dmitry Kommishvili hosted the representatives of the Parliament of the Republic of Korea attending an official visit to Georgia.

The two sides discussed issues related to the deepening of economic cooperation between the two countries and about opportunities that Korea and Georgia have in trade, tourism, energy and other fields, including the construction of hydropower plants and related infrastructure. The field spoke.

One of the major issues in the energy sector was that Korea was interested in investing in Georgia.

One of the most significant projects in the sector, jointly run by the Georgian Venture Fund and the Korean company K-Water, was found to be the HPP Nenskra project in the Swanithi area, built on the Anguri River and worth the total investment. That's $ 1 billion.

The Minister briefed the guests on the economic reforms undertaken by the Georgian government in promoting business and attracting new investment.

Kommishvili noted that it is important for Georgia to have free trade agreements with different countries, which will increase international investors' interest in implementing important projects in the Georgian economy.

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Tbilisi mayor Kakha Kaladze said that not using Georgian language words in public places, including publicity, posters, etc., would include heavy fines. Mr. Kaladze added: "It is worth mentioning that the fine increase bill is currently being approved by the Georgian Parliament. We have had many sessions on this issue. Not using the Georgian language is a common problem. For me and the Georgian nation Is acceptable. "
 Cladze ordered the Inspectorate of Municipal Affairs to give citizens a chance to resolve these issues on April 1. The fine for not using Georgian words and script after April 1 has been increased from 2 lari to 4 lari for individuals, and will increase from 7 lari to 7 lari for legal entities, including companies and shops. "This increase was not made against a specific group of people or companies, and was purely for the sake of respect for Georgian culture and people," he added.

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