Georgina finished her obligatory high school degree in 1950 and began working at the Amatller Institute of Hispanic Art. In 1953 she moved to London, and the next year she began working with Dr. Josep Trueta at the Nuffield Orthopedic Center in Oxford. She then went to live in Vienna for a year. She came back to Barcelona and began working with her brother Oriol Regàs managing and promoting nightclubs such as Bocaccio, Up & Down, Tropical and Garden. She then started a career in event planning and catering at the Barceló-Sants Hotel.

In 1979, she founded “Confituras Barrios”, which made traditional jams, and then opened “Charcutería Barrios” in the beach town of Palafrugell, specializing in ready-made meals and catering. Georgina has given courses, workshops, conferences and masterclasses related to cooking and jams, as well as publishing books on these topics. In 2004, once she had retired, she created and inaugurated the Museo de Confitura, specialized in jams and marmalades in the village of Torrent, in the Baix Empordà.