On July 27, students of the business master's program defended their master's theses at Caucasus University.
Students presented works on the following topics:
Nino Babilodze - The effect of operations management quality on business success: study of Georgian private sector
Giorgi Tsimintia - The effect of Internet Marketing on Consumer Decision-making Process in the Context of Tbilisi, Georgia
Vache Kemoklidze - assessment of the existing environment for the development of innovations and technologies in small and medium-sized businesses in Georgia
Irakli Svanidze - Using Various Social Media Marketing Tools for B2B And B2C Startup Companies In Georgia
Jibek Rakijmani - The impact of social media on consumer behavior in the hospitality industry in the republic of kazakhstan
Giorgi Razmadze - Factors Affecting Financial Performance of Tech Startups in Georgia
Mariam Kobakhidze - Factors Affecting Profitability of Pharmaceutical Company (Georgian Evidence)
Temur Teodze - The Role of Insurance to the Development of SME in Georgia
Nino Tsimintia - The Effect of Commercial Bank Liquidity on Financial Performance under COVID-19(Case study of Georgia)
Giorgi Kereselidze - The Impact of Covid-19 on the Retail Shopping
(A case study of Georgia)
The students successfully defended their theses before the commission.