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Sotheby's to Enter the Georgian Market
03 December 2012
After six months of negotiations Sotheby's, luxury homes and real estate company, has finally decided to accept the initiative of the Israel-Georgia Chamber of Business and enter the Georgian market. Experts of Sotheby's are going to research the market in Tbilisi over the next two months. The company will make special projects for the 5 star Rixos residential penthouse.
Bidzina Ivanishvili Took the First Visit in the Synagogue
05 October 2012
He took the first visit to the Synagogue, which has expressed its support for Jews, Israel and the Jewish investors. The president of Israel-Georgia Chamber of Business, Mr. Itsik Moshe said that the relationship between Israel and Georgia is not only in numbers...
Israel Congratulates Georgia
03 October 2012
Israel extends its congratulations to the government and people of Georgia upon the free and democratic electoral process which took place recently and was lauded by OSCE observers. Israel wishes to commend President Mikheil Saaskashvili for his outstanding contribution to democracy in Georgia...
 Batumi Sea Port to Host Approximately 4,800 Marine Passengers in 2012
09 July 2012
Batumi Sea Port (BSP) plans to receive 14 cruise ships during 2012. Eight of them are already confirmed; the remaining six are in the process of negotiation. 4,800 marine passengers are expected to visit Georgia in total this year.
Rixos Residence Tbilisi to Open its Doors in 2014
12 March 2012
An unprecedented building in Georgia - part of the Rixos Hotel Brand that is officially entering the Georgian market - is planned to be completed by 2014.
 Regional Forum Aims to Spark Joint Projects
16 February 2012
Azerbaijan, along with key high- level officials, opened the trilateral Georgia-Turkey-Azerbaijan Business Forum on February 16. The Forum aimed to discuss opportunities for development projects, growth in exports and foreign direct investment among the three countries.
Israeli Investments Returning to Georgia
13 February 2012
"A new wave of Israeli investments in Georgia has already begun," Itsik Moshe, President of the Israel-Georgia Chamber of Business, told The FINANCIAL. "Pre-crisis investments of 300 million will be doubled very soon. I would say that the return of Jewish investments to Eastern Europe will begin from Tbilisi ...
Business Insider Hails Georgia's IT Sector
02 February 2012
Aleksandrs Frolovs of DPA: Forming professionals out of specialists is possible through high-level education and training. DPA, an international IT Company in Eastern and Central Europe entered Georgia last year in May 2011.
Georgia's One-Stop Shop for Citizens and Businesses
10 October 2011
In the seaside resort town of Batumi sits a glass structure with an open atrium and tinkling Muzak chosen by marketing gurus. The blonde-wood counters and children's play area suggest a Scandinavian furniture store. But this is a government facility in a country once pockmarked by Stalin-era concrete.