On June 14, 2019¬†EU -Georgia Business Council¬†organized¬†Regional Business Forum in Bratislava, titled “Doing Business in Georgia”.¬†General Partners of the event were companies “Gino Holding” and “Polymer 1” and partner was “Hualing Kutaisi Free Industrial Zone”.

Representatives of more than 80 Slovak, Austrian, Polish, Czech and Georgian companies participated in the business forum, mainly from the following sectors – Free Industrial Zone, Banks, Transport Transportation and Logistics, Construction, Energy, Tourism, Agriculture and Business Consulting.

The forum was followed by the economic photo exhibition and B2B meetings, in order to discuss future cooperation between the interested companies.

EUGBC organized the following Business Forum in cooperation with¬†Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Georgian¬†Embassies in Slovakia and Austria, Slovak Chamber of Commerce, Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) and with the Agency “Enterprise in Georgia”.

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EUGBC Top Management and Member companies met Senior representatives of IMPAQ International, LLC (IMPAQ).¬†The IMPAQ team is currently implementing the “Strengthening Government Labor Law Enforcement” project, funded by the¬†U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB). Through this project, the IMPAQ team plans to support the following efforts:¬†

  • Adopting laws, regulations, and other legal instruments that are consistent with relevant labour standards;¬†
  • Improving the identification and remediation of labour law violations;¬†
  • Improving the prosecution of labour law violations.

Masson, Research Analyst) are planning to visit Georgia to discuss this project and develop partnerships with key stakeholders, such as yourself, and would like to request a meeting with you. Therefore, I would like to schedule a meeting at your convenience and to further discuss or explore ideas that are of interest to both of us. 

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On the 23rd of May 2019, the Caspian Policy Center and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce held the fourth annual Trans-Caspian Forum in Washington with the support of the embassies of Azerbaijan, Afghanistan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Turkey and Uzbekistan.

The forum, which consisted of four panels, brought together a number of policy and business leaders from the U.S. and the six trans-Caspian corridor countries to discuss opportunities for enhancing mutually beneficial strategic engagement in business, trade and investment as well as relevant challenges. Mr Gary Litman, Vice President for Global Initiatives at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and Mr Efgan Nifti, Executive Director of the Caspian Policy Center, opened the forum and welcomed the audience.

Mr Victor Kipiani, one of Mgaloblishvili Kipiani Dzidziguri‚Äôs partners, was invited by the forum‚Äôs organizers to speak during a panel dedicated to ‚Äėintra-regional cross border commerce, trade and investment‚Äô. ‚ÄėThe Forum turned out to be an ideal event for delving into the challenges the region faces as well as touching upon far-reaching solutions and opportunities for public and private stakeholders to work together. The pace of Georgia‚Äôs efforts to transform its political and economic system and broader geopolitical implications were also discussed‚Äô, noted Mr Kipiani.¬† Continue reading