Georgia’s Pro Bono Network is an informal union of Georgian and international companies operating in Georgia that are willing to use their expertise and professional resources for the benefit of the society.
On October 27th the second CEO Lunch Tbilisi took place in Courtyard by Marriott Hotel.
On October 24th, 2017 the 12th meeting of Business Café took place in Holiday Inn hotel. The meeting was hosted by Mr. Alex Chikovani – the founder of agency “LIVE” with the topic “Commercial history of Georgian wine – from its inception up today.”
On September 29th Caspian European Club and Caspian American Club hosted the first CEO Lunch Tbilisi within the framework of the official ceremony marking the resumption of activities of Caspian Energy Georgia.
This year three meetings are planned in scope of “CEO Lunch Tbilisi.” The meetings will serve networking purposes and provide comfortable space for sharing experience, updates and projections of the participating companies.
PASHA Bank initiated yet another environmental project - this time to attract more companies to on-going campaign “Agadgine” by BIA and Treepex, that aims at rehabilitation of Borjomi forest.
PASHA Bank took part in the celebration of the independence day of the United States of America organized by American Chamber of Commerce in Georgia. For the third year in a row, the Bank sponsored the traditional picnic that was held at the US Embassy to Georgia.
On July 4th OK Georgia Magazine held a Green Party at Tbilisi Gardens, organized with the support of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia, and in partnership with PASHA Bank.
On June 20th, 2017 Business Café met up for the eleventh time. The meeting was hosted by Mr. Levan Bakhia – the founder of “Sarke Studio” with the topic “Reality reflected by „SARKE“ - marketing, managerial and philosophical awakening”.
On June 9th in Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel PASHA Bank hosted its third business conference under the auspices of MEETING ROOM with the topic being “Healthcare Sector Development in Georgia.”