The FINANCIAL -- PASHA Bank is launching a new project, cycle of business conferences – MEETING ROOM. The project aims to bring together participants from various industries providing a platform for sharing ideas and best practices as it relates to raising the capital for various projects in respective industries.
The first business conference of MEETING ROOM will be hosted by PASHA Bank in Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel on May 25th with the topic being “Hotel Development in Georgia – The Best Practices”.
The conference is supported by Georgian National Tourism Administration and Colliers International.
It will cover the following topics: Overview of the Hospitality Field, Trends and Expectations by Georgian National Tourism Administration, International Operator Identification and Contracting for Hotel Management, The Requirements for Financing Hotel Projects and the Available Tools.
The presentations will be delivered by following speakers:
George Chogovadze, Head of Georgian National Tourism Administration
Mark Finney, Head of Hotels & Resorts Consulting at Colliers International | UK Office
Goga Japaridze, CCO, Member of the Board of Directors at PASHA Bank
Goga Kapanadze, CEO at Axis
Tamuna Guledani, Sales and Marketing Manager at Sheraton Metechi Palace
The meeting will be moderated by George Sharashidze, Publisher & General Manager at Newspaper Georgia Today.
“I’m happy to introduce our new project - MEETING ROOM. In the scope of this project, PASHA Bank will be organizing and hosting a cycle of conferences focused on various industries. Since 2013 we have been serving a wide range of business sectors in Georgia and hospitality is one of them. PASHA Bank intends to contribute to the development of this business, as we clearly see its advantages to the economy of Georgia. Our vision is to actively participate in the growth and development of the Georgian and regional economy through the funding of value accretive projects,” – said Shahin Mammadov, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors at PASHA Bank Georgia.
„It is of major importance to get private sector involved in development of hospitality business in our country as each month the number of visitors to Georgia grows intensely and lots of new hotels appear. The mutually beneficial cooperation with business sector is the main reason why National Tourism Administration supports MEETING ROOM.
It should be noted that within January-April about 1 596 916 tourists visited Georgia and the growth compared to the same period of last year is more than 15.4%. In 2016-2017 more than 80 hotels are planned to be built in Georgia.” – said Mr. George Chogovadze, Head of Georgian National Tourism Administration.