EUGBC top Management and Member companies took part at the Georgian-Austrian Business Forum held On November 5, 2019.
Within the framework of the visit of 9 Austrian companies delegation to Georgia, the Forum was organized by the Austrian Foreign Trade Representation (Advantage Austria) and supported by the Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Gurtiard has become a new member of EUGBC
Georgian and Turkish Businessmen Association – GÜRTİAD was found in 1999. Main purpose of founding association was to create a bridge between Georgian and Turkish entrepreneurs, to facilitate them in dialogue with the public sector and to establish transparent and favorable investment environment.
GURTIAD since the day of establishment, actively engaged in developing process of Georgia’s business and investment climate. At a present time, association unites more than 100 companies and individuals covering 25 various business sectors, like construction, energy, manufacturing industry, textile, tourism and hotel management, food and beverage services, financial and banking sector, import and export, retail and wholesale trade, logistic sector, health care and social services, agriculture.
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The Secretary General of EU-Georgian Business Council Mr. Zviad Chumburidze took part in the meeting, held by Prime Minister of Georgia, Giorgi Gakharia.
The Head of Government emphasized the role of business in economic growth and employment, and pointed out the critical significance of maintaining rapid and effective communication in order to ensure fast response to challenges. According to the Prime Minister, meeting was aimed to identify problems and find ways to solve them. Every issue requiring short-term solutions, the Head of Government pledged, will be solved effectively by the Government.
In turn, The Associations raised some problematic issues related to Business sector in Georgia.