What once began as a modest two-man company in an 80 m2 apartment in Tbilisi has grown to become a leading firm with a staff of 30 at its own 2,500 m2 business premises.
John Braeckeveldt leads the moving team in Georgia and gives us a few highlights of the company’s 25 years in business.
Also in the Caucasus countries Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia, Gosselin can rely on its years of expertise in moving diplomats. We spoke with John Braeckeveldt, regional manager of the Gosselin offices in the Caucasus, right in the middle of a busy 700 cbm office move for an embassy.
Niko Pirosmani never could have known that his works would travel the entire continent after his death. Destitute at the time of his passing one hundred years ago, the Georgian artist’s work is now worth millions. Pirosmani didn’t achieve international recognition until after his death, inspiring greats such as Picasso.
Even as a teenager, Gian Lorenzo Bernini spent his free time working with a hammer, chisel and block of marble. Over 300 years after his death, this prodigy of the Baroque movement is still highly praised by art aficionados from every corner of the world. Gosselin Mobility is currently taking part of Bernini’s oeuvre on a unique journey to a few of these very corners.
The offices of Gosselin Mobility in Tbilisi and Baku will collaborate more closely in the future. The local teams are joining forces and expertise to offer customers in the Caucasus an even more complete experience.