Georgia is a bridge between Asia and Europe

Even though Georgia provides tons of economical advantages and ease of doing business, it is the geographic location of Georgia that attracts the most investment. Covering an area of 69,875 square kilometres, Georgia is located between Asia and Europe, to the west it is facing the Black sea, on the east Azerbaijan, to the south Turkey and Armenia and to the north it neighbours Russia. It’s connection to the Black Sea makes Georgia the connection point between Western Asia, Middle East and Europe, therefore being the perfect trade center. Georgia also provides liberal foreign regime (free trade agreements) as well as rather liberal visa regime, letting citizens of almost 90 countries enter the country visa-free. Georgians free trade regime also gives investors access to not only 3.9m of Georgians, but also to the population of countries Georgia has signed FTAs with CIS countries that include Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, as well as its neighbors, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Armenia.