"We have some visions of how this will develop in Georgia and also in the Caucasus region. We already have negotiations and plan to export our products to Armenia and Azerbaijan next year," said Beka Khatiashvili, founder of Georgian startup OFOODO.
The winner of the GITA co-financing project, startup OFOODO, turns all food outlets and restaurants in Georgia into one space with a special application. This service will be accessible to both local and international visitors. It is an application by which the user will receive complete information about all restaurants, browse the menu, book a place online, order the desired dish by delivery, or pick-up.
OFOODO also includes an electronic QR menu, which allows local or international visitors to scan the QR code and browse the menu in their preferred language and make a choice of dishes. At the same time, place an order from the table and pay the bill electronically.
The startup hopes that the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict will escalate quickly and allow businesses to operate in the region safely.