Gulf Georgia to Distribute Entrepreneur Magazine to Villages

With the support of Gulf Georgia, Entrepreneur magazine will be distributed free of charge to numerous village libraries.

In a Memorandum of Cooperation signed on August 17 by Vice-President of Gulf Georgia Nino Jibladze, Director of the National Library Giorgi Kekelidze, and Editor-in-Chief of the magazine Entrepreneur, Giorgi Sharashidze, Gulf Georgia has pledged to buy issues of Entrepreneur magazine and distribute them free of charge to the National Library of Georgia to be forwarded to rural libraries.

The aim of the initiative is to increase literacy, business education, entrepreneurial spirit and the spread of innovative information in the regions of Georgia.

“I would like to thank Gulf Georgia for its support, together with the National Library of Georgia, in enabling us to deliver the Georgian edition of the world-famous American magazine Entrepreneur to rural libraries,” said Giorgi Sharashidze. “I am confident that the Entrepreneur magazine will be read by many young people and people of any age who wish to develop and learn more about the modern trends of business and innovative economics. It will also help to show them a new way and motivate them to get started in their business plans. Reading the success stories of others will serve as a stimulus for them. I'm sure we’ll soon be hearing of new innovative projects and new entrepreneurs thanks to Gulf Georgia and the National Library of Georgia. I hope that other companies will get in touch with Gulf Georgia as Entrepreneur has, and that we together - media, business, and the public and private sector, through joint efforts, will be able to disseminate the latest knowledge to the regions of Georgia.”

By Katie Ruth Davies

20 August 2018 16:00