GBTA founding board directors were presented at the Consultative Board Meeting of International Chamber of Commerce in Georgia. This was closed working meeting focusing on the ongoing business climate in Georgia, planned reforms and most frequent problems.
«Tourism Sector in Georgia – Challenges & barriers» was discussed by Amiran Ivanidze, President of GBTA. The presentation was followed by an open discussion between the Consultative Board members and ICC Georgia members.
The ICC Consultative Board is the only body of its kind in the business community in Georgia, consisting of ten ambassadors, three major international financial institutions, and two major international organizations.
The purpose of the Consultative Board is to bring together members of the diplomatic and business communities to discuss the business and investment climate in the country. The issues raised are subsequently advocated to the government through a multi-pronged approach by the ICC stakeholders to effect positive change in the business and investment climate.