Mamuka Akhvlediani Visits Employed Citizens at Recently Opened Café
Jazzve is already in Tbilisi.
Just after Europe's and Asia's largest cities, Armenian company invests in Georgia's capital offering Tbilisi residents and guests cozy atmosphere and exclusive coffee.
Tbilisi City Assembly First Vice-Chairman Mamuka Akhvlediani, together with company representative ─ Armen Petrosyan opened today the café.
"This time an Armenian investment comes to our city. The company opened its first café in Sharden Street and employed 15 people. Jazzve café's net will soon be opened in each rehabilitated district of our capital. Thus, even more people will become employed," said M. Akhvlediani.
Jazzve is an Armenian brand and successfully operates on market since 2003.
"One cannot find such beautiful streets and environment in many cities. Therefore, it great honor for our company to establish in Tbilisi. Jazzve is already famous for its coffee and pastries in several countries. We hope that our brand will become favorite for Georgians as well," said A. Petrosyan.
After opening ceremony Mamuka Akhvlediani spoke to people employed in this café.
"First of all I am happy you from now on we shall have your own income. Besides, let me note the friendly and cozy atmosphere of the café. Hope I shall work well and achieve success," said just employed Keta Shalikashvili.