When you browse the Facebook page of the ‘Creatorium’ salon, you will find this little note – “We are creative artists who will paint everything your eye can see!”
Not sure how to make a surprise for your significant other? Want to make a romantic and memorable present? Are you searching for an unusual gift for your business partner or colleague?
The Republic of Moldova has changed its position in the negotiations with Gazprom on a new gas supply contract. Thanks to the commissioning of the Ungheni–Chișinău gas pipeline, Moldova’s arguments in discussing the purchase price for gas may have gained strength. The 120-kilometer pipeline will…
Tsitsi Shengelia decided to turn her hobby into a business in 2017. That’s how a creative studio, ‘By Tsitsi’, was created. It can be found in Zugdidi, where a woman carpenter transfers her own emotions and mood into wooden handiworks; here she feels freedom and happiness born in the process of…
The industrialisation of agriculture and food challenges small-scale farmers to compete with mass production and lower prices. Is it worth sacrificing quality for quantity? Even though industrial food products are cheaper, they include additives and growth accelerators that are unhealthy and lead…
Sophio Nozadze is originally from the town of Gori. After graduating from Tbilisi Free University, she returned to her hometown, where, together with her business partner, she became fully engaged in a challenging new enterprise.
One of Georgia’s priorities for 2019–2020 is to increase the energy efficiency of public buildings, including day care centres and schools. On the one hand, this will reduce municipal costs, and on the other, it will lay the foundations for a new environmentally conscious system.
Homeowner association ‘Lypy-2’ in the city of Novoyavorivsk, Lviv Region, was the first in Ukraine to receive a thermal modernisation grant under the Energy Efficiency Fund project First Movers.
Energy efficiency and renewable energy are relatively new concepts in Armenia. Some years ago, Armenians were sceptical about both the financial and ecological advantages of green technologies. Now, it is hard to find an Armenian village without at least solar water heaters.
Since the Georgian government started closing down children’s institutions, it has been working on developing better alternative forms of care for children deprived of family environment.