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Grant Winning Startup Daraba – First Online Art Gallery in Georgia

The winners of the Co-Financing Grant program of Innovations and Technologies Agency of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development is revealed. Total 20 winners were named within the program. Each of them received a grant of 100 thousand GEL. The decision was made by the Investment Committee, which is …

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Dirsi’s Startup Space – A Place for Successful Start!

Development firm Dirsi has created a co-working space for startup companies. It is a place where people can turn their ideas into reality. Georgian startups will be able to conduct their everyday activities across 2000 m2 of space owned by AS Georgia-Dirsi – and all of this for a symbolic …

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Winners of Co-Financing Grant Program of GITA Revealed

The winners of the Co-Financing Grant program of Innovations and Technologies Agency of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development is revealed. Total 20 winners were named within the program. Each of them received a grant of 100 thousand GEL. The decision was made by the Investment Committee, which is …

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Mamuka Khazaradze: Commercial Bank is not to Fund Startups

A commercial bank is not an institution that funds startups, TBC Bank co-founder Mamuka Khazaradze noted when delivering his speech before students of University of Caucasus. “Regretfully, nobody talks about the main thing that is required for launching these startups. Everybody points to commercial banks. The bank is not an …

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Innovation and Technology Agency Launched Pre-accelerator Program

The Innovation and Technology Agency of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development launched the pre-accelerator program. The trainings will be led by Leader Startup Accelerator Companies on the European market, STARTUP WISE GUYS and CIVITTA. The acceleration process has completed by more than 100 companies in more than 30 …

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Year of Innovations: Highlights from Georgian Startup Scene 2018

We want to look back at 2018, which was a productive and successful year for the Georgian startup scene in diverse directions. And here’s our list of the top highlights of the year to prove it: Georgian Board Games Company Wazzup on Kickstarter Georgian board games company The GGM – …

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Color Up Georgia – Maps that Make Your Travel Memories Visible

Scraping maps is a fun and motivating way to mark places you’ve visited on the map. Not so long ago, company ”Color Up Georgia” issued a special edition, where you can track your progress specifically on Georgian site. CBW had an interview with Tornike Zhorzholiani, founder of Color Up Georgia: …

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Leta- Jams Made by Grandmother’s Recipe

Two years ago the new production of ecologically clean and natural jams appeared on the Georgian market. The original recipe of grandmother became a form of inspiration for its founder to produce jams without preservatives and supplements. Marketer had an interview with Tamar Atuashvili: Where and when did you come …

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Businesses and Startups Offered Work space for GEL 1 by Dirsi

Development firm AS Georgia-Dirsi has a special offer for businesses and startups. As part of its corporate social responsibility, Dirsi will offer new businesses workspace for the price of GEL 1 for a period of one year.  Dirsi has allocated an area of 2000 m2 inside the largest multifunctional complex 5 km away from Freedom Square for emergency startups …

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Unicorn Ceramics – Traditions Represented in Contemporary Way

The story of Unicorn Ceramics started three years ago when the artist Maia Baratashvili got interested in ceramics. “It was a period when I wanted to temporarily distance myself from the painting. The first thing that came to me was clay. So I found myself in a ceramic workshop. “ …

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Planting Vine from Home- Startup MyWay.wine

Georgian wine lovers and viticulture followers are able to plant vines from their own homes and select desirable names for them. The service users will be able to carry out winegrowing and vintage process in distance – they will supervise the growing of their own vines and receive harvest in …

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