Georgia: tourism revenue to increase in 2023

Galt & Taggart, a Georgia-based company for investment banking and management services, has forecast the country’s tourism revenues to increase by 15% YoY and reach $4 billion in 2023 in its Tourism Market Watch update released on January 25. The release said Georgia’s tourism revenues stood at $363.3 million in December 2022, up 2.9-fold YoY…

Georgia: tea to be sold in Czech supermarket chain

Georgian tea will be sold by Oxalis, one of the leading supermarket chains in the Czech Republic, after a Georgia-based company has received support from the Export Assistance Programme of the Enterprise Georgia state project to deliver its products to the store. Enterprise Georgia revealed the news on January 25, explaining Gamarjoba, a domestic producer…

Georgia: Maritime Transport Agency rejects Sochi Port Administration’s statement on sea transport negotiations

The Georgian Maritime Transport Agency on January 24 rejected the statement of Yury Vladimirov, the General Director of the Sochi seaport, on alleged negotiations regarding the commencement of maritime transportation of passengers between Georgia and Russia, adding there had been no sea transport between the countries. The Russian side has not applied to Georgia on…

Georgia: tourism agencies and travel companies promote country potential at Matka Nordic Travel Fair

Georgia’s tourism potential was promoted at Matka Nordic Travel Fair, the largest industry fair in Northern Europe and the Baltic region, over the weekend with the involvement of the country’s national tourism bodies and travel companies. The Georgian National Tourism Administration on January 24 said it had organised a stand introducing fair visitors and travel…