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Winery Khareba seeks Brachin help for expansion in Asia

DBR Staff Writer Published 02 November 2012

Georgia-based Winery Khareba has sought help from international recruitment firm Brachin International Headhunters to expand its business in Asian markets.

Winery Khareba plans to showcase its products in the upcoming 2012 Hong Kong International Wine and Spirit Fair (HKTDC) at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from 8-10 November 2012, following the reduction of import taxes on wine in the country.

With industry experience in Hong Kong, executive search skills, thorough screening process and a team with in-depth industry experience, Brachin can help the winery expand its operations overseas at an affordable cost when compared to other international executive search firms.

Winery Khareba CEO Levan Zhvania said Brachin is an International Executive Search firm and a strategic international partner for them.

"Brachin knows the local countries and our business. We are impressed with their agility, responsiveness and their ability to execute at a reasonable cost," Zhvania added.

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