Next week, the Georgia Gaming Congress will be sharing information with all the companies in the industry seeking to enter the Georgian market.
Georgia.- On February 25, the Georgia Gaming Congress will take place in Tbilisi, the European country’s beautiful capital. Guests from Georgia, CIS and Europe, managers of major land-based casinos, owners of hotel and tourism business, online casino operators, bookmakers, investors, junket tourists and players will gather and share their insights on the industry and the market.
The GGC will serve as a professional international forum where participants will be provided with a complete systems approach to all business processes of gaming industry (both its land-based and online segments), will help to find business partners, investors or object for investment. One of the main tasks of Georgia Gaming Congress is to discuss the Georgian tax system and give foreign companies wishing to enter Georgia gambling market, a thorough and complete picture. Georgia welcomes new business and in that spirit, the government does not create obstacles to young businesspersons, but rather provides them with tax incentives.
Teona Shiukashvili and Archil Kakhidze’s speeches will provide visitors with all the information they need about gambling, taxation and online gambling in Georgia.
Teona Shiukashvili is a Representative from the Georgia Revenue Service and will speak about taxation of gambling in Georgia. Shiukashvili has 10 years of experience in Revenue Service, namely she was engaged in issuing gambling business permits.
Archil Kakhidze is the Head of Sports & Casino at Adjarabet.com and will speak about online gambling in Georgia. Kakhidze has been working in the online gambling sector for 4 years. He started with Playadjara as a CFO, then he worked at Adjarabet.com as a CFO of foreign projects until he was promoted to Head of Sports & Casino.