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BDO Solutions, former Integrated Business Solutions – IBS, became partner of SAP CIS, market leader in enterprise application software.

Partnership agreement was signed at BDO’s head office. Specially for the signing ceremony Mikhail Kutsenko, SAP Partner Relationship Manager visited BDO together with Levan Akhvlediani, SAP’s regional representative in Georgia.

“Partnership with SAP is the new stage for BDO Solutions, which has unique experience and expertise in the development and implementation of business software. With this status we have permission to offer various SAP solutions for Georgian market along with implementation and further support. We are pleased to take this opportunity and we are ready for global automation projects, which have very high interest from business. We think our partnership with SAP will be successful for both sides and will help SAP to become more popular in Georgia. We offer various products and industry solutions to Georgian business, including ERP solution SAP Business One. SAP Business One is more accessible, has wide functionality and can offer different opportunities to growing and ambitious business” says Levan Mklavishvili, Managing Partner of BDO Solutions. Continue reading





A total income of BDO Georgia for 2015 is 7 million GEL, which is 30% increase compared to the year 2014.

Georgian Federation of Professional Accountants and Auditors published information concerning incomes of corporation members in 2015.

Since 2014 BDO Georgia proudly maintain 4th place in national ranking according to GFPAA data

2015 for the company was particularly remarkable in terms of growth in every service line.

54% growth in audit service translates into total revenue of GEL 2 million.

There is a 57% growth in BDO Legal incomes and according to the given service total incomes reach 800 000 GEL.

In the accountant service BDO Georgia  has 22% growth, total incomes reached GEL 2 million. Remarkably, BDO has the leading position in the given field in 2015 income ranking. Continue reading



EU-Georgia Business Council (EUGBC) held a Business Conference in Tbilisi “European Companies in Georgia – Growing Trade and Investments” On May 5, 2016. The conference is funded by the European Union. The Business Conference provided a platform for European businesses operating in Georgia and for the Georgian Government to discuss benefits, opportunities and key challenges resulting from the provisional application the EU-Georgia Association Agreement and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement as of September 1, 2014.

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EU Commissioner For Trade Ms. Cecilia Malmström met EU-Georgian Business Council members together with Prime-Minister of Georgia, Giorgi Kvirikashvili. More than 70 Georgian and European companies’ representatives attended the meeting. The main topic was implementation of Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area agreement (DCFTA), present obstacles and all kind of opportunities, which DCFTA gives to Georgian business.

During a meeting Ms Cecilia Malmström announced the launch of the EU4Business in Georgia. Continue reading



Deputy Chairman of the SUPREME COURT, Ms. Mzia Todua and

Chairman of the TBILISI CITY COURT, Mr. Giorgi Mikhautadze

will take part in the meeting.


Wednesday, July 6, 2016, at 11.00  hr

Tbilisi Marriott Hotel (13 Shota Rustaveli Ave, Tbilisi 0108)


Working language: Georgian 


RSVP: by 1.07.2016, +995 (32)



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