FINANCIAL is the weekly English-language newspaper with offices in Tbilisi, Georgia and Kiev, Ukraine. Published by Intelligence Group LLC, FINANCIAL is focused on opinion leaders and top business decision-makers; It's about world’s largest companies, investing, careers, and small business. It is distributed in Georgia and Ukraine. Declared circulation of the newspaper in Georgia is 5 000 and 10 000 of special editions. Zviad Pochkhua, President of Independent Association of Georgian Journalists (member of IFJ ) and former Director and Chief Editor of Georgian Times publications holds the position of the Editor-in-Chief.
On June 5, 2007 Intelligence Group ltd (Ukraine) obtained a licence for publishing FINANCIAL weekly newspaper in Ukraine. Registration N: 12828-1712p
FINANCIAL (The FINANCIAL) is registered trade mark of Intelligence Group ltd in Georgia and Ukraine. Trade mark registration by Sakpatenti (Registration date: October 24, 2007) Registration N: 85764 Trade mark registratrion by Ukrainian State Register body (Registration date: November 14, 2007)
in March 2011 The FINANCIAL first in Georgia introduced QR mobile codes on its printed edition, allowing readers to scan and read articles on their mobile phones.
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