Thanks to the support of more than 20,000 individuals both from the country and abroad, 80 companies and 35 organisations, the Ana & Vlade Divac Foundation was able to help 130,000 people in 2015, through humanitarian and development projects worth a total $2.2 million
The Office of the Turkish International Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) in Serbia has donated electronic equipment worth over €30,000 to Serbia’s Supreme Court of Cassation
The Serbian Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with the Embassy of Serbia in the United Arab Emirates, has organised the Serbia - United Arab Emirates Business Forum, under the auspices of the first visit to Serbia of the representatives of the Dubai Business Women Council Board
The Conference “Siemens - Partner for sustainable transition to 4.0 Industry” was held with the aim of pointing out the key challenges of the “Fourth industrial revolution" and the ways in which the process of digitisation affects business in the modern world
The Greek Weekend event was held in the Republic Square in Belgrade under the patronage of the Greek Embassy in Belgrade, the Hellenic Business Association in Serbia, the Greek Tourist Board, the City of Belgrade, the Serbian Tourist Board and the Belgrade Tourist Board.
As a result of their ever-increasing involvement in the world of communications and the Internet, children are exposed to inappropriate online content and at risk of abuse
The City of Šabac has been certified as a favourable business environment, which means that this local government ranks among the best investment destinations in Southeast Europe.
The Canadian educational programme LEADER Project Serbia, from the Richard Ivey Business School, one of the world’s top-ranked business schools, has been officially launched in Belgrade, implemented for the first time by CANSEE, the Canadian-Serbian Business Association, in cooperation with both the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and the Canadian Embassy in Belgrade.
The American Chamber of Commerce, the Hellenic Business Association and the Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce jointly organised a Speed Business Meeting for member companies at Belgrade’s Metropol Palace Hotel. The meeting was attended by representatives of 41 companies.
The German Ambassador to Serbia H.E Mr. Axel Dittmann opened the German Energiewende / Energy Transition exhibition at the third international renewable energy and energy efficiency fair RENEXPO Western Balkans.
Carlsberg’s most famous beer on the Serbian market, LAV, is now produced exclusively from four gifts of nature: barley, water, hops and yeast, without addition corn meal, which makes it unique in its segment, with a slightly different taste and outstanding standards of quality.
Company HEINEKEN Serbia officially opened the first Beer Planet festival of beer and music. The grand opening at Belgrade’s Mikser House saw numerous guests given the opportunity to try HEINEKEN’s new brands for the first time - Czech beer Krušovice, Germany’s Kapuziner and British Newcastle Brown Ale, but also to enjoy the well-known tastes of the beers of HEINEKEN Serbia. The Planet Beer Festival ran from 7th to 9th April and true lovers of beer and good music were able to enjoy the tastes of this renowned beer company and try out completely new HEINEKEN brands.