Strong Leader = Successful Team?!

The cooperative movement in Georgia started back in 2013 with EU support...

Tourism Market Watch

Sector research is one of the key directions of Galt & Taggart Research...

The Long, Hot Summer: Why the Spike in Forest Fires & What Can Be Done

In the summer of 2017, Georgia experienced an unusually high number of forest fires across the entire country. 35 forest fires were...

Business Optimism Turns to Realism

Overall, the BCI lost 2.0 points compared to Q2 2017...

ISET: Quick and Dirty Decisions Are Not Always Smart!

When my mom was my age (24), she already had a ring on her finger, a family, two kids, and a very clear idea about her life...

Georgian Wines Grab Prizes at Decanter Wine Awards 2017

At Decanter Asia Wine Awards (DAWA) 2017 in Hong Kong...

Air Cairo to Launch Cairo-Tbilisi-Cairo Flights from November

Egyptian air company Air Cairo is to launch regular...

Future in Focus: Georgia Celebrates the Global Goals Festival

Hundreds of Georgians gathered in the city of Rustavi on September 24...

Fire Breaks Out in Tsagveri Forest

A fire in Tsagveri forest broke out yesterday, with the Ministry of Internal Affair’s helicopter and around 200 fire...

Georgia Denounces Opening of De Facto Abkhazian Chamber of Commerce in Berlin

The Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has responded to the news...

10th International Forum of Local Economic Development to Be Held at The Biltmore

The two-day International Forum of Local Economic Development...

Director of Demirel College Releases Statement

Statement released by Nino Kavtiashvili, Director of the Demirel...

Public Defender Says 189 Public Schools Threaten Children’s Safety

Georgian Public Defender (Ombudsman) Ucha Nanuashvili has addressed...

Coordination Headquarters for Grape Harvest 2017 Opened in Telavi

The Coordination Headquarters for the Grape Harvest 2017 has been opened...

Georgia Has 28,000 New Students This Year

The results of the Unified National Examinations, officially published on Sunday...