Japanese company to open its representative office in Georgia
Baku, Azerbaijan, August 19
By Tamilla Mammadova – Trend:
Japanese Konica Minolta Holdings, Inc. plans to open its representative office in Georgia, although specific dates are not specified, said Mikhail Khidureli, head of the “Produce in Georgia” agency, Trend reports with reference to bm.ge.
According to him, Konica Minolta will begin its activities via regional offices, from which the com[any will deliver products to neighboring countries. Georgia will be the official representative point for sale.
“We are already discussing outsourcing processes and changing some areas of IT. This is the first step. Representatives of the Czech office arrived to work on this, but as the company gradually expands, it will also hire Georgian citizens,” said Mikhail Khidureli.
In his words, Japanese companies do not make quick decisions, but after being acquainted with the country's business environment, they can operate there for many years.
Konica Minolta is one of the world's leading manufacturers of photocopiers, fax machines, laser printers, medical photo equipment, optical components and measuring equipment.