With growing 4G network coverage and widespread smartphone ownership, Georgia’s economy is well on its way to seizing the potential of the digital age.
The overall economy has grown in recent years thanks in part to robust consumer demand, creating opportunities for digital innovation.
Beeline Georgia is the country’s third biggest mobile operator. The company is committed to improving the quality of connectivity, having already established a 4G network in 30 cities by 2015 that covered more than four in ten of the population. Beeline has an ambition to reach 90% of people in Georgia by 2020.
Beeline recognises its role in developing successful and sustainable digital ecosystems for the future so runs various digital skills and literacy programmes, including offering free online local-language learning software on laptops to schools. Beeline also supports hackathons for creating high-tech products using industrial technology.