Doing business in Georgia
The official language of Georgia is Georgian.
Our translators will gladly be of service with the translation of all types of business documents.
Always give out business cards to everyone present at a meeting, and treat with respect those cards that you are given. Carefully look at the business card and then store it safely on your person. Do not leave any business card given to you on the table in front of you and do not put it away without having looked at it.
Direct personal questions are usual between business partners. Your Georgian contacts will also value being asked about their family and personal life.
Corporate gifts go down well in Georgia. It doesn’t have to be a grand gesture; even a small box of chocolates will be accepted with pleasure. If you are invited to someone’s home, you should certainly bring a small gift such as chocolates, flowers, or a bottle of wine or spirits. In Georgia, gifts are not opened in the presence of the giver.
The official language in this country is Georgian. You are not expected to be able to speak the language so communications tend to occur in English. However, it will certainly be valued if you provide Georgian translations of certain business documents - for example your company information. Translating your business cards will also be appreciated. Feel free to contact one of our project managers for more information. You can also immediately request a no-obligation quote by sending your document(s) by email or by using the quote request form.
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