Located in the Caucusus region, neighboring Russia, Azerbaijan, Turkey and Armenia, Georgia is positioned as a gateway between Europe and Asia. On the coast of the Black Sea, the country is perfectly situated for easy access from most major European, Central Asian and Middle Eastern regions.
One of Georgia’s main priorities is to play a more active role in the global economy and attention has firmly turned to creating an attractive business environment for international companies to succeed in the region.
Being a major regional transport transit hub, Georgia offers significant distribution access and opportunities through newly renovated and expanded transportation infrastructure, which includes upgraded highways, rail and seaport network. The country’s three international airports – Tbilisi, Batumi and Kutaisi – provide direct access to prominent international connections.
Through the implementation of extensive reforms to offer investors a liberal tax system and more business-friendly environment, Georgia has illustrated its commitment to opening its doors to the international investor community. Furthermore, pro-business legislation and labor flexibility have contributed to overall trade liberalization and a significant growth in local production and exports. On top of that, Georgia offers simplified administration and registration services for businesses, which can be utilized to obtain the full range of required work documentation via one-stop-shop organizations.