On December 4, an agreement that envisages creating new opportunities for development of technology sector in Georgia has been signed at the Business and Technology University.
The project is fully funded by Israel and multi-million fund will be allocated. The resources will be used for training and increasing qualification as well as for creating and developing new tech companies.
The leading Israeli specialists will be involved in the process. In addition to the training programs, the project implies creating and developing new technological companies and supporting their sustainability.
The initiators of the project include members of Georgian parliament – Irakli Mezurnishvili, Ilia Tsulaia, Honorary Consul of Georgia in Israel – Meni Benish and Business and Technology University.
The event was attended by Deputy Minister of Education Aleksandre Tevzadze, Parliamentarians, Ambassador of Israel to Georgia – Shabtai Tsur, Honorary Consul of Georgia in Israel – Meni Benishi, business representatives and other guests.
The investment project will play a crucial role in formation of the country as a regional technological hub as well as in gaining increased interest in Georgian employees at international labor market.