Success tips when doing business in Georgia

10 key things to keep in mind when doing business in Georgia

Tips for doing business in Georgia

  1. It is important for our Clients to pay attention to the business culture:
    • All business meetings will be carried out in formal fashion, with a proper handshake being considered the norm;
    • Business attire is considered extremely important when going for a formal meeting. Our Clients will be judged if they are inappropriately dressed;
    • It is important to pass out business cards to all individuals present in a meeting. So, it is incumbent on our Client to carry extra business cards;
    • Sometimes, personal space and business space may be interwoven, with business partners asking personal questions;
    • Corporate gifts are considered normal in Georgia, especially when invited to one’s house;
    • To improve probability of success, it is important our Clients sign legal business contracts, before commencing work;
  2. Our Clients must also pay attention to miscellaneous facts including:
    • In Georgia, the formal business language is English, even though the most widely spoken language is Georgian. So, translation will not be issue in Georgia;
    • It is recommended to carry along Georgian translation of certain documents like business cards;
    • Body language is considered very important in Georgia. It is important to maintain eye contact and avoid any unnecessary gestures when meeting new people;
    • Our Clients must maintain good relations with their customers and suppliers. Decent relationships will help develop good business partnerships.

Interesting facts about Georgia?

Historical facts

  1. Georgia gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. Before independence the country was called Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic;
  2. Since 2003’s Rose Revolution, which took down the soviet-controlled government, the new government of Georgia implemented broad and comprehensive pro-western reforms, that touched every aspect of the country’s life;
  3. Georgia and its neighbor Armenia are considered to be the location for the birth of wine,
  4. The Jewish community of Georgia is one of the oldest in the world;


  1. The country is divided into two halves – west and east – by a chain of mountains called the The Likhi Range of mountains;
  2. Georgia’s main economic activities include the cultivation of agricultural products, such as grapes, citrus fruits, and hazelnuts;
  3. Georgian is the most spoken language, followed by Russian;
  4. Most Georgian belong to the Georgian Orthodox (65%), Russian Orthodox (10%) or Armenian Apostolic (8%) churches;
  5. The Georgian language is part of a unique group of languages, and it is one of the primary languages in the world.

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For additional information on our company registration services in Georgia, please email us at Alternatively please contact our in-house country expert, Ms. Karen Lee, directly: