Giorgi Pertaia, a director of the Georgian National Investment Agency, will speak at Georgia Gaming Congress13/01/2015

Giorgi Pertaia, a director of the Georgian National Investment Agency, will speak at Georgia Gaming Congress

Very soon, on February 20, 2015, the sunny capital of Georgia will host a professional international forum devoted to gambling business - Georgia Gaming Congress. Both international and Georgian experts in all gambling market segments will visit the event. In particular, within the framework of Georgia Gaming Congress, Giorgi Pertaia, a director of the Georgian National Investment Agency, will deliver his report.

Giorgi has extensive experience in this sphere as throughout his career he has been holding different positions including the position of Business Ombudsman of Georgia; Chief Advisor to the Prime Minister of Georgia; Independent Consultant - Trade Specialist at Booz Allen Hamilton; on Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Anti-Corruption and Anti-Fraud Project; as a graduate assistant at Western Illinois University. Department of Management, Head of Trade and Transport Committee at American Chamber of Commerce (Am-Cham); Lecturer at Tbilisi State University; the customs expert at EU funded customs project: “Technical assistance to the development of secondary customs legislation and customs management at Georgia”; Head of Planning and Control Division at Customs Department at the Ministry of Finance of Georgia.

 At Georgia Gaming Congress, Giorgi Pertaia will make a report on "Investment Climate and Business Opportunities in Georgia", which will refer to the National Investment Agency as a sole state agency responsible for promoting and facilitating foreign direct investments in Georgia.

 Do not miss Giorgi Pertaia’s speech at Georgia Gaming Congress and discover new opportunities and solutions for your business.

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You can find the detailed information about Georgia Gaming Congress and all the speakers on the event website g3congress.ru.

 

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