Caucasian Journal offers free advertising as support for businesses, calls for other mass medias to join

We know that many businesses – both small and big – are impacted by the outbreak of Covid-19. Many companies face a long road ahead as they try to rebuild themselves following the lockdown. In this difficult time, we believe that businesses must show maximum support to each other.

We’ve listened to businesses to understand how we can support them. Caucasian Journal and its sister business news sites decided to give companies struggling in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic free advertising.

Today we are glad to announce that from 22 May all the companies in Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan will be eligible to apply for free banner advertising to use across the Caucasian Journal and our sister business news sites. 

The successful applicants will be matched up to a dedicated account manager for full support. Caucasian Journal will also offer free graphic design support if necessary. The duration of free advertising period will be limited to one month per one company.

Georgian honey producer ჰობი • Hoby became the first company approved for our free promotion. It was followed by MyWay Airlines, Yield, and other companies.

Caucasian Journal’s publisher Alexander Kaffka said: “The coronavirus pandemic is going to have an impact on businesses for months, if not years, to come, which is especially difficult for the sectors which depend on tourism. Businesses must give a helping hand to each other to navigate successfully through these unprecedented times, that’s why we are making this unprecedented offer. We are also appealing to other mass medias to join our initiative, by offering free advertising possibilities”.

“We are grateful to see Caucasian Journal – an ICC Georgia member – to come up with such an important and timely initiative. We fully support it and have already featured it in the latest ICC Newsletter. ICC Georgia hopes our members will take advantage of Caucasian Journal’s offer”, – commented Fady Asly, Chairman of the International Chamber of Commerce in Georgia.

Interested companies are welcome to contact Caucasian Journal, providing link to their website, at 

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