Michael Zdanowski, an international investment consultant on visit to Georgia, on Tuesday said the country was an “extremely comfortable” place for business due to the Government's simplified procedures for international companies.
On a visit along with Peter Ryan, a business outsourcing expert, Zdanowski said the regulations made it possible to register a business “within a day” in the country.
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Noting companies needed not only a favourable environment but also a “suitable culture” for foreign operations, the consultant said Georgia, and in particular its capital city of Tbilisi, had “a lot of high-end hotels, great service and fantastic people-oriented services”.
He also pointed out the level of service in Georgia would “easily compete” with business service providers from Western Europe and North America.
Ryan and Zdanowski have been invited by Georgian authorities to learn about the country’s business process outsourcing sector and study the state's investment potential in the area before providing the information to potential investors, the Economy Ministry said on Tuesday.
Ryan is recognised as one of the world’s leading experts in business process outsourcing, while Zdanowski is a government relations and communications consultant in the energy, industrial, and engineering sectors, as well as a business outsourcing consultant.