Enabling every citizen to have access to government information and services on their mobile phones, anytime and anywhere, would significantly save time and money. For Telenor, it could create more work and be a source of growth
A working meeting was attended by Prime Minister Vučić, Ingeborg Øfsthus, the CEO of Telenor Serbia, H. E. Arne Sannes Bjørnstad, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway in Belgrade and Rasim Ljajić, the Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications
The conference “Nordic Innovative Business in Serbia”, co-organised by the Nordic Business Alliance and the Embassy of the Republic of Finland, saw discussion of the ways in which it is possible to improve the investment climate in Serbia.
One of the biggest business associations in Serbia - the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) - declared the winners of the Leaders In Change Award, which is given to both companies and individuals that achieved top business results and introduced innovations to their activities.
The conclusion of a recent meeting between members of the Nordic Business Alliance in Serbia and ministers in the Serbian Government could be summarized as being that predictability of doing business, rule of law, a good legislative framework and the implementation of law represent the basic conditions for the promotion of investment and doing business in Serbia.