Georgian-Estonian Business Forum is held today at Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel organized by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Georgia. Giorgi Vekua, Director of Service & Regional Development at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Andres Rundu, Deputy Minister of Economic Development of Estonia, will open the conference.
The event aims to introduce investment potential of Georgia to Estonian companies.
Bilateral meetings are planned within frame of the forum, where Georgian companies will have the opportunity to discuss prospects for future cooperation with potential business partners.
During the meeting, the parties will also get acquainted with Estonia's industry, IT technologies and logistics.
The conference will be attended by the Estonian Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry and several Estonian companies.
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