The possibility of opening an IT and service delivery centre in Georgia and the favourable investment climate in the nation were the main issues discussed at the meeting between the Prime Minister of Georgia, Irakli Garibashvili and the CEO of Salesforce, Amy Weaver.
The meeting, which was held within the framework of the Prime Minister’s visit to Davos, reviewed the favourable business environment in Georgia and the prospects for future cooperation.
The Head of Government invited the CEO of Salesforce to Georgia to get exposed to the business environment in the country.
It was noted that Georgia occupies a leading position in the rankings of many influential international analytical organizations, and as a result of the correct policy of the Georgian government, the economy began to recover rapidly in the post-pandemic period.
According to the Prime Minister, Georgia has a free trade agreement with the European Union, China and other countries in the region, which allows Georgia free access to many major markets.
Salesforce is the largest computer software company working on customer relationship management software. The company operates in the United States, Canada, France, Germany, Belgium, Finland, the United Kingdom, Brazil, Mexico, Israel, China, Japan and Italy, with headquarters in California and San Francisco.
The company’s revenue exceeded $ 26 billion last year.