BlueOrchard Investor Field Trip to Georgia
Day 1 Tour to Mtskheta followed by dinner with local team
Day 2 Meeting with the Swiss Embassy and governmental institutions, followed by on-site visit of various investment opportunities
Day 3 On-site visit Public Service Hall Tbilisi and meetings with Partners & CEOs of real estate agencies, architect’s offices and banks
Located in the Caucasus, at the crossroads of Asia and Europe, Georgia has undergone transformative changes in the past decades following the 1991 dissolution of the Soviet Union and its creation as an independent democratic republic. Despite significant economic and political crises during this period the country has progressively developed its economy and has made a strong focus on integration with the West. In 2007, the World Bank named Georgia the world’s number one economic reformer. Joining the EU and NATO are among the country’s top foreign policy goals and Georgia has made significant progress towards integration in Euro-Atlantic structures. An Association Agreement between Georgia and the EU entered into force in July 2016 and the EU is currently the main trade partner of Georgia. Notwithstanding these important achievements, there is among others significant potential in the real estate market in Georgia. BlueOrchard opened a local office in the capital city Tbilisi in 2013, and currently has a team of 14 staff, working together with its strong network to address the development challenges both within Georgia as well as the wider region, including Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Caucasus.
For more information or registration please contact
Ms Ebony Satti, BlueOrchard Finance Ltd, Seefeldstrasse 231, 8008 Zürich
T: +41 44 441 55 50, M: email@example.com