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GEORGIAN FASHION

Starting from the late 1950s and continuing to this very day, Georgia has demonstrated a surprisingly diverse and upbeat fashion sense. Tbilisi boasts being a fashion(able) city all throughout modern, post-WWII history. The veteran generation was good at dress-making, with almost every household owning a sewing machine and making their own clothes.

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A GEORGIAN TRIUMPH ON BRITISH SOIL

40th Anniversary of Dinamo Tbilisi’s Iconic Defeat Against West Ham

1981 proved to be a memorable year for Georgian (Important to note: Georgian and not Soviet, for reasons that will be clarified below) football – on 13th of May in Dusseldorf, Germany, Dinamo Tbilisi, the most successful Georgian club, won its most important major trophy – The now abolished UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup. But it was another victory, claimed on 4th March in London, that we’ll be talking about here – against West Ham, one of the oldest, most well-known English clubs.

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GEORGIANS WHO HAVE INFLUENCED THE WESTERN WORLD

What does a muse of Russian artists, a philanthropist supporting poets in Paris, a cookbook author in post-war London, a prominent socialite in St. Petersburg, a fashion editor of a premier French magazine, a British diplomat’s wife in the USA, and a Georgian aristocrat have in common? They all come in the form of one incredible woman – Salome Andronikashvili, a Georgian princess, whose life is an inspirational example of resilience, grace, gumption and true grit.

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SERVESTONE - AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO OUTSOURCING IN GEORGIA

SERVESTONE – An Innovative Approach to Outsourcing in Georgia

Businesses, like people, can’t be the best at everything. Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), the practice where a business hires another company to perform some services that would traditionally be completed in-house, is a fast-growing sector. This is partly because effective businesses are constantly seeking out options that minimize costs and maximise efficiencies – especially where they have gaps in capacity or expertise.

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FLAGSHIP UK-GEORGIAN TRADE HUB

The UGTH could be also instrumental in promoting the UK’s trade interests in Georgia. The UK is interested in the goods it could export to Georgia. Georgia’s location means that British products can reach the wider Caucasus and even the Caspian area along with the Central Asian region. Another direction would be to use Georgia as a launching pad or hub for reaching the Middle East too, e.g. Iran.

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FOUNDER’S WELCOME

Now that spring is in the air, the hub is ready to launch its first swallow, the ‘Made in Georgia’ magazine. This is a magazine created by a team of dedicated professional journalists, editors and experts from both countries, who will inform and entertain British readers with authentic stories from Georgia. Made in Georgia magazine will explore the past and present of British-Georgian connections, the people and businesses, together with relevant facts and figures.

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Sophie Katsarava

AMBASSADOR’S WELCOME

I hope that the Made in Georgia magazine will spark further curiosity amongst its readers to learn more about the ancient and distinctive culture of Georgia, its history and traditions with the perfect fusion of a modern and innovative outlook.

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WELCOME FROM THE EDITOR

Made in Georgia started out as a small project with big dreams. Those big dreams were, naturally, realised over a glass of Georgian wine (what else would you expect?) “Wouldn’t it be amazing to create a magazine and website devoted entirely to Georgia and its relationship with the UK.

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