ISET Policy Institute team presents its research on creative industries in Georgia
Wednesday, 02 November, 2022

During a meeting held at Rooms Hotel Tbilisi on 2 November, Mariam Katsadze and Giorgi Papava from a research team at ISET Policy Institute presented the results from the latest assessment of the economic dimensions within local creative industries.

The research itself was conducted by LEPL Creative Georgia, within the framework of the “Creative Twist” project, funded by the International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD).

The long-term goal of the project is to strengthen the creative economy, support development within the ecosystem, and use it as a powerhouse of economic and social prosperity for the country.