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Hello! Georgia is now available on Magzter

Magzter has added another edition of Hello! magazine to its catalogue. Magzter, which has been already digitally publishing Hello! magazine from the UK, India and Thailand, and Hola! magazine from Spain and Mexico, has now brought on board Hello! Georgia.

Nanka Pavich Kikalia, editor of Hello! Georgia said: "We are very happy to join Magzter. It is great to have the opportunity to share Hello! Georgia with Georgians around the world. Many thanks to Magzter's professional team!"

"Hello! has been one of our best-selling celebrity titles, and we are delighted to add another edition, Hello! Georgia, to our catalogue. We are quite confident that by partnering with Magzter, the magazine will reach out to millions of Georgians across the world," said Girish Ramdas, CEO of Magzter.

"We always strive to add interesting magazines from every possible language and region to our world's largest catalogue of 8,500 magazines. In this direction, we are pleased to be expanding in Georgia, and we firmly believe that Hello! Georgia will add more Georgian users to Magzter," said Vijay Radhakrishnan, president of Magzter.

Magzter and HELLO! are members of FIPP.

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