Capital Raising Alternatives for Agricultural Projects – the Fourth MEETING ROOM Conference by PASHA Bank

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Thursday, 07 December 2017 03:12

On December 6th in Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel, PASHA Bank hosted its fourth business conference in the scope of MEETING ROOM with the topic being “Capital Raising Alternatives for Agricultural Projects”.

MEETING ROOM brought together interested parties from public and private sectors to discuss major issues concerning the agricultural project management in Georgia. The MEETING ROOM covered, among others, the following topics: overview of the agribusiness development in Georgia, capital raising options, insurance tools for the sector, specific considerations for financing agro-projects etc.

The presentations were delivered by following speakers:

• Giorgi Jibladze – Deputy Director, Agriculture Projects Management Agency
• Giorgi Danelia - Head of Investment Department, CIO, Partnership Fund
• Ani Kobalia - Associate Director, Agriculture & Logistics, Georgian Co-Investment Fund
• Zviad Kajaia - Head of Business Development Department, PASHA Bank
• Vladimir Gugushvili – Partner/CEO, Georgia’s Natural

The meeting was moderated by George Sharashidze, General Manager of Georgia Today Group.

“Today we have gathered again under the auspices of the MEETING ROOM to discuss the major issues concerning the implementation of agricultural projects in Georgia. Since 2013 we have been engaging with a wide range of sectors in Georgia with agribusiness being one of our major areas of interest. We hope that this conference was interesting and informative for current and prospective investors in this field.“– said Goga Japaridze, CCO, Member of the Board of Directors at PASHA Bank.

MEETING ROOM is a project initiated by PASHA Bank - a cycle of business conferences that 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 a wide range of business sectors.

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    In 1959, during his visit to the USA, the Soviet Secretary General Nikita Khrushchev mentioned that he worked as a mechanic of a machine-building plant in Yuzivka in 1914. Its owner was Edward Boss, an Estonian. The 20-year-old Khrushchev earned 40-45 Rubles a month. In today's figures that is more than one thousand Euros.


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    The secret of preserving architectural heritage is quite simple. If it is used, its owner maintains it in a decent condition.


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    At the end of the 19th century, a big part of the city of Lysychansk belonged to the village of Verhnie. Here in 1887 the Belgian engineer Ernest Solve launched the production of soda with his Belgian chemical company Solway and a merchant from Perm called Ivan Lyubimov. Unfortunately, the factory is no longer operational – it was destroyed in 2013 before the very beginning of Russian military aggression in Ukraine.

    Along with that, company built houses for factory workers, gymnasium buildings, hospitals, and a church. For example, an up-to-date four-floor hospital in Lysychansk was built by the Belgians.

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    In February 2018, the architecture of Lysychanskreceived the Belgian Heritage Abroad Award (2017).


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    Valentyna Lazebnyk, "Steel in the Steppe. View from Ukraine".

    Wim Peeters, "Steel on the steppe".

    Materials from the exhibitions "Foreign investments in Ukraine, end of the ХІХ – beginning of the XX century. Part I: Belgium" and "Foreign investments in Ukraine, end of the ХІХ – beginning of the XX century. Part II: France", organized by the Ukraine Crisis Media Center.

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    Wim Peeters, "Steel on the steppe".

    Materials from the exhibitions "Foreign investments in Ukraine, end of the ХІХ – beginning of the XX century. Part I: Belgium" and "Foreign investments in Ukraine, end of the ХІХ – beginning of the XX century. Part II: France", organized by the Ukraine Crisis Media Center.



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    Сочетание официального и кулуарного общения позволили участникам и гостям конгресса извлечь максимум пользы, а угощения от организаторов эксклюзивными напитками от лучших мировых сомелье, фуршет от шеф-поваров, удостоенных звездами Мишлен и возможность насладиться элитными сигарами в изысканной атмосфере главного делового клуба немецкой столицы завязать множество новых контактов.

    Как отмечают организаторы мероприятия, Берлинский конгресс прошел в новом инновационном формате. Уникален он не был тем, что: здесь каждый смог найти решение своих задач: Инвесторам представился эксклюзивная возможность сравнить доходность самых разных вложений - в недвижимость и криптовалюты, ценные бумаги и драгметаллы, антиквариат и киноиндустрию. И всё это произошло на одной площадке. А компаниям с большим потенциалом развития удалось презентовать свой продукт и найти потребителя или инвестора.

    «Мы помогаем проектам привлечь деньги под ключ, где полностью берем проект и ведем его до получении инвестиции, тем самым помогая проектам. За январь 2019 Привлекли более 5 000 000 евро под 50% годовых для наших инвесторов, и более 5 проектов на стадии и ожидают 200 млн. евро! И привезли его на конгресс! – прокомментировал предприниматель, инвестор, создатель компании «Golt capital», Андрей Голт – Мы бесконечно благодарны Международному конгрессу недвижимости и инвестиции за такую уникальную возможность – участие в выставках и конференциях, в  качестве почётного эксперта, ведь подобное доверие от крупнейшего и  одного из самых значимых и авторитетных среди профильных форумов в Европе - это весомое подтверждение качества нашей деятельности, надежности сотрудничества с «Golt capital», сказал А. Голт. 

    Напомним, что Международный Конгресс недвижимости и инвестиций проходит ежегодно с 2016. Совсем недавно - 7 октября 2018 года он состоялся в Мюнхене и собрал 440 участников из 19 стран мира. По результатам было выпущено 79 публикаций в СМИ разных стран мира. Мюнхенский конгресс 2018, посетило более тысячи гостей, а актуальные темы, которые обсуждались в ходе проведения мероприятия, привлекли внимание множества СМИ - 83 мировых медиа присутствовали на брифинге, который прошёл в крупнейшем пресс-клубе Баварии.

    Автандил Отинашвили - Берлин

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