A delegation of FTX Crypto Derivatives, a massive international crypto trading firm, is getting informed about the business environment and investment opportunities in Georgia.
Invited by Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili, the company leaders are now holding meetings with several government agencies.
Mikheil Khidureli met with the FTX Crypto Derivatives Exchange’s Digital Markets CEO, Ryan Salame, and the Association for Digital Asset Markets (ADAM) CEO, Michelle Bond.
During the Meeting, Mikheil Khidureli introduced the investment environment in Georgia to the delegation members. The strengths of the country for providing Business Process Outsourcing and IT services were discussed.
The Enterprise Georgia Director emphasized on the strengths of Georgia and pointed out the existing human resources in the country when discussing its human capital capacities.
As part of the visit, meetings are planned with government agencies, as well as the private sector representatives.
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