The fabric-dyeing house in Kiketi, just over 30 kilometres away from the Georgian capital of Tbilisi, is a place where the magic happens. The wooden walls of this well-lit, modern cottage are covered with colourful samples of fabric, with vibrant colours ranging from deep purple to warm orange and light pink.
Regional hypermarket chain in Georgia increases sales and expands business with EU4Business support. Sixteen years ago Irakli Siradze and his wife Maia Beridze decided to start their lives afresh and open a business.
Fruit production business in Georgia developing rapidly with support from EU4Business and EBRD. Just five kilometres from the Russian-occupied Georgian breakaway region of South Ossetia, is the village Brotsleti in Gori municipality, and there, in hectares of fruit orchards, apples, plums, and peaches are growing.
The wanderlust of travelers is the driving force of tourism in any country. But one which has seen a dramatic influx of tourists is the historic and picturesque nation of Georgia.
Georgia has a long history of winemaking. The Kvevri (or Qvevri) – imagine a very large amphora without handles – uncovered by archeological diggings in the fertile valleys and along the slopes of the Southern Caucasus indicate that the region’s winemaking activities date back at least eight thousand years.