Georgia’s strategic location is an asset to any investor. As a bridge between Europe and Asia, Georgia offers direct access to European, GCC and CIS markets (more than 1 billion consumers). Georgia is a prime location for centralized market operations in the Black Sea Region and the preferred choice for Regional Headquarters and multi-country distribution centers, contact centers and shared service centers.
As a major regional transport-transit hub, Georgia offers significant distribution opportunities through its newly renovated and expanded transportation infrastructure, which includes an extensive national highway system, newly expanded railway routes, 4 newly renovated international airports and 3 seaports.
With its close proximity to Europe, Central Asia, Turkey and the Middle East, Georgia stands as an attractive offshore location for multinational companies to locate their manufacturing and production operations in one of Georgia’s 3 Free Industrial Zones.
Geographically well situated in the Southern Caucasus, Georgia can be reached easily from most major European, Central Asian and Middle Eastern cities. Tbilisi International Airport and Batumi International Airport, with direct connections to more than 32 international cities, offers easy access to Georgia’s capital:
With its extensive transportation infrastructure, reliable energy network, advanced telecommunications sector, vast natural resources and Green Energy potential, Georgia is an attractive destination for most international investors.