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Georgia Today, in its 15th year of operation, is proud to present its newly designed newspaper- fit to compete with the best in Europe- and to announce that Georgia Today will now be brought to you TWICE weekly. On Fridays you’ll get your usual Politics, Society, Culture and latest Business updates and on Tuesdays you’ll get a huge extra dose of Business, Economics and Law, including EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS with Georgia’s TOP BUSINESSMEN and WOMEN.
George Sharashidze, Publisher & General Manager of Georgia Today newspaper: After 15 years we want to spread the message to our readers and partners that we are not only a good newspaper with a good history but we are also able to meet new challenges and the standards of the modern, European newspaper industry.
We have two major changes. Firstly, Georgia Today has a totally new design and layout. Our new logo is strong, neat and clear. We have kept our brand color – red, which is also the color of the Georgian national flag. From now on Georgia Today’s readers will feel more comfortable while reading the newspaper as our new design is sure to create a better reading experience.
The second change relates to increasing Georgia Today’s audience, now aiming to attract even more readers from the business community. Georgia Today will be available twice a week- in addition to our regular Friday paper, we will have another issue available every Tuesday. This will be a special Business edition of Georgia Today covering the most important news and developments in Georgian business and economy. The time between Georgia Today issues will now be shorter, meaning that Georgia Today will stand out as unique compared to its competitors by filling the gap in demand for English language information twice a week, from Fridays to Tuesdays, and from Tuesdays to Fridays.
I wish our readers much enjoyment reading our rebranded Georgia Today – designed with our readers in mind!
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