Georgian Economic Minister Natia Turnava and Company CEO Singrita Urushadze opened a home improvement hypermarket 'Mihouse' in the Tbilisi Sea Hualing Plaza.
The hypermarket, which covers about 12,000 square meters, offers up to 60,000 types of products to the clients.
The consumers can purchase the product – construction and renovation materials - produced in Italy, Spain, Turkey, Germany, and other countries.
The increasing demand for the construction and renovation materials caused the need for the hypermarket opening.
The company managers say that they were working on the new concept of the hypermarket for months.
The hypermarket required more than 15 mln GEL investment.
Foreign specialists took part in the installation of the hypermarket to meet high standards.
The newly-opened hypermarket has about 150 employees.
Notably, the most extensive construction materials' hypermarket plans to introduce VR glasses at the Transcaucasian market, i.e., the company designers, will create the interior design in 3D format.