Turkish businessman, Cemal Bilgingullugolu, operates a textile-manufacturing company in the Georgia’s Black Sea city of Batumi.
He says he has no trouble finding people in the country who are eager to work. But very often, Georgians don’t have the skills which his factory requires.
“I think the government has to open some training schools to make people seeking jobs more skilled. So, when the investor comes here, there will be no need to spend time for training. That is the important issue,” says Bilgingullugolu.
Medea Umetadze has been employed for four years at the Batumi textile factory, which gave her professional training and put her in charge of inventory.