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.
A reception in honour of 23rd April, Serbian Army Day, took place at Dom Garde in Belgrade. Guests included Serbian Defence Minister Zoran Đorđević, Serbian Army Chief of Staff General Ljubiša Diković, political and public figures, as well as representatives of the diplomatic corps.
Turkish Airlines, the national carrier of the Republic of Turkey and a top airline in Europe, celebrated the 10th anniversary of its flights to Belgrade at the city’s Hyatt Regency Hotel.
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.
There is strong support for the enlargement policy among all member states in the European Union, and that also goes for Serbia’s membership – said Ambassador Michael Davenport, Head of the EU Delegation in Belgrade, speaking at the recent business luncheon organised by American Chamber of Commerce in the Republic of Serbia (AmCham), while the head of Serbia’s E accession negotiation team, Tanja Miščević, highlighted the need for further progress on economic reforms.
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.
Novi Sad hosted a regional business meeting of representatives of French, Serbian, Romanian and Hungarian companies, under the title “Speed Business Meeting” (SBM), organised by the French Chambers of Commerce in Serbia, Romania and Hungary. This is the second in a series of regional meetings of the three French chambers, which this time brought together some thirty companies from the most varied sectors. Companies had 12 B2B meetings, after which talks continued during a cocktail reception.
To mark the 40th anniversary of its existence, Hoteli Bernardin from Portorož, Slovenia, organised a celebration for its friends and business partners from Serbia. The host was top chef Sandi Mikolič, who used selected ingredients brought from Slovenia to prepare authentic dishes from Slovenian-Istrian cuisine live. On behalf of Bernardin Hotels, guests were welcomed by Mojca Gobin, MICE Department Manager, and Eva Ržen Rajh, Sales Manager - Leisure.
Amendments to tax legislation should be the reform priority of the new Serbian Government, agreed members of the National Alliance for Local Economic Development (NALED) at the 10th annual meeting of the organisation, held on the premises of the National Bank of Serbia.
UNIQA Insurance has signed a contract with the Olympic Committee of Serbia by which it has become the official insurer of our Olympic team. President of the Olympic Committee of Serbia, Vlade Divac, thanked Uniqa for deciding to support Serbia’s Olympians on the road to Rio and welcomed the company to the Olympic family of Serbia.
Under the organisation of agency Fabrika and in cooperation with the Italian Embassy, the Italian Ambassadorial Residence hosted a fashion show for one of Italy’s leading producers of high fashion, Antonio Grimaldi.
A gathering organised by the Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Serbia (DSW) and the Federal Ministry of Economy and Energy of the Republic of Germany saw leading experts from Germany and Serbia provided with the opportunity to speak on the topic of renewable energy.
The Association of Business Women of Serbia, in cooperation with the Slovenian and Croatian business clubs in Belgrade, organised speed business meetings with the aim of establishing new contacts, presenting products or services, exchanging information on current business needs and opportunities to establish cooperation.
The Serbian Chamber of Commerce & Industry officially marked the beginning of the “Start Up for Your Business” Association of Entrepreneurs. The Association will bring together entrepreneurs who have participated during the past six years in the entrepreneurship support programme “Start Up for Your Business”, which is conducted by NGO ENECA, with the support of company Philip Morris.
Fashion studio Click and the Hemofarm Foundation organised a fashion show at Belgrade’s Crowne Plaza Hotel, entitled “Extend life – Colour in red”, presenting the creations of more than 20 prominent local members of the BFW Design Collective, with well-known public figures appearing on the catwalk. The magazine was dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of organ donation and transplantation, as well as heart disease prevention, which the Hemofarm Foundation has insisted on for many years.