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I’m a startup enthusiast, working on a wide range of projects within the startup ecosystem of Georgia. My favorite field is the entrepreneurship education, where I have 10+ years of lecturing, 4+ years of training, and 2+ years of mentoring experience. Before joining 500 Global (aka 500 Startups) as a Program Local Representative, I gained extensive past experience of working at private, public, community, and media organizations. The limited list includes: Head of Entrepreneurship Direction at Ilia State University, Chief Advisor at Presidential Reserve Fund, Manager at Startup Grind Tbilisi, Editor at Entrepreneur Georgia, and eCommerce Project Management at ALTA (technology Retail Company). My passion is working with aspiring entrepreneurs, especially women, youth, and immigrants. My key accomplishment is the creation of an online community of Georgian entrepreneurs – Startup Info (a facebook group), which unites 14K+ active or aspiring entrepreneurs. Today Startup Info represents the key space for the Georgian startup ecosystem to share thematic information and/or find peer support.
I’m C level marketer for more than 10 years experience – second time entepreneur -with successful exit. I’m an alumna of 500 startups with previous start up. Got inspired with AR when I wanted to make something new in my campaigns: long story short I struggled to find experts on the market and because of other problems decided to launch problem solving platform. And here is- Crosscreators
500Georgia is a world-class accelerator program, that supports top talent in Georgia and the region. The program is powered by 500 Global (aka 500 Startups), together with the Bank of Georgia and Georgia’s Innovation and Technology Agency. 500Georgia was the first international accelerator at this scale, which has pushed the Georgian startup ecosystem to the next level. As TechCrunch highlights in the article, the 500Georgia’s startups across two batches, have experienced a 212% growth rate in their valuation during 1,5 years.