By the initiative of the EU-Georgia Business Council, the first meeting was held between newly appointed EU Ambassador to Georgia, H.E. Carl Hartzell and business sector representatives.
Representatives of EUGBC member companies from different business sectors participated in the meeting. Two sides discussed the existing trade-economic relations between Georgia and the EU, country’s achievements and challenges that faces Georgia in the process of implementing DCFTA (Agreement on Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area Agreement with the EU) 🇪🇺🇬🇪
Seminar titled “Estonia – Innovative Platform for International Business” was held today in Radisson Blu Hotel Tbilisi. 🇪🇪🇬🇪 EU-Georgia Business Council was co-organizer of the event together with the Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Embassy of Estonia in Georgia and the Agency “Produce in Estonia”.
The event was opened by the President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Georgia, Nino Chikovani; Ambassador of Estonia to Georgia, H.E. Kai Kaarelson and Executive Director of the EUGBC, Giorgi Kacharava. The aim of the event was to introduce Estonian investment potential to Georgian companies. The business conference was mainly dedicated to sharing information about Estonia’s capabilities in industrial industry, IT technologies and logistics. Continue reading
Memorandum of understanding were signed between the EU-Georgia Business Council and the Magyar Trade House, aiming to strengthen the economic and trade ties between Georgia and Hungary✍️✍️
The parties will take all necessary actions and activities within their competence to promote trade and business relations between Georgia and Hungary. Continue reading
On October 19, 2018 H.E. Mr. Davit Zalkaliani, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia met members of EUGBC Board of Directors and representatives of council’s member business companies.
In his welcoming words Davit Zalkaliani emphasized the priority role of economic diplomacy in the activities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Mr. Zalkaliani noted that cooperation and coordination with business sector is crucial for economic development and growth of investment opportunities of Georgia. In this regard, he highlighted example of EU-Georgia Business Council, which, together with Georgia’s diplomatic missions abroad, carries out many activities to popularize the country’s economic and investment opportunities. Continue reading