Vladimir Bilčík MEP

Vladimir Bilčík, MEP, European Parliament’s Standing Rapporteur for Serbia

Dialogue is the Only Way

Dr. Magdalena Đorđević

Dr. Magdalena Djordjević, Scientific Advisor at the Institute of Physics in Belgrade

QGP: Front-Line Science And Why Serbia Needs It

Christoph Leitl, President of Eurochambres

Christoph Leitl, President of Eurochambres

Integration Should Contribute to Harmonisation With the EU

What are the pros and cons of the Western Balkans regional economic zone?
Arnaud Gouillon

Arnaud Gouillon, humanitarian

Serbia Has Roots, But Also The Wings

Nada Popović Perišić, Founder And Professor Of The Faculty Of Media And Communication
Aida Smajić, Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the Republic of Serbia

H.E. Aida Smajić, Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina to Serbia

Improving Bilateral Relations is the Goal

Current Issues

By Nada Popović Perišić

Repositioning Our Entry Into the Third Decade

I think that at least two positions could be dominant when it comes to the decade ahead. The world, and with it Europe and the region, faces antagonistic processes: on the one hand are disintegration processes while on the other are integration processes which, in my opinion, will only deepen in the next decade. At the same time, the growing absence of hope and the inability to see the global perspective seriously call into question faith in the future

Christoph Auer-Welsbach, Partner, IBM Ventures, Founding Director, City AI

AI-Enabled Future: Opportunity Or Dystopia?

Given that the complex global challenges that we’re all facing require innovative solutions, AI could be a driving force for positive change, providing some of the greatest opportunities for humanity. However, it could also enable many dreadful dystopian scenarios

Dragan Golubović Ph.d.

Serbia’s EU Agenda Influences CSR Policies

Consider the abandoning of the use of plastic bags in Serbia as an important example of how the engagements of large companies in the domain of corporate social responsibility in the country moved from being purely philanthropic to become socially aware. Yet much more can still be done to push both large companies and SMEs towards being active in CSR

Mark Harrison, Principal, Harrisons

20 Years & Counting

It was two decades ago that Mark Harrison abandoned his comfort zone to become the first English Solicitor to set up an English Law Firm in Serbia and Montenegro. That was a very brave step, but Harrison has no regrets. Today, 20 years on, the Harrisons law office is celebrating a great anniversary

Vladimir Popović, Managing Director for SEE Ingram Micro

We Have a Team for Every Project

Ingram Micro d.o.o. Belgrade, as part of the Ingram Micro group, which is the world’s largest distributor in the field of IT equipment, covers a regional market of more than 50 million inhabitants. Thanks to this, we can always offer partners, vendors and end users the best logistics solutions

Janko Anđelić, Sales Director for SEE, Ingram Micro

We Live The Problems of Our Partners

Ingram Micro d.o.o. Belgrade is part of a group that has offices in 45 countries and 154 distribution centres worldwide. Ingram Micro cooperates with over 1,700 suppliers and customers, doing business with more than 200,000 partners in 160 countries

Miroslav Vraneš, Account Executive, Dell Technologies

Real Transformation

This year’s DELL TECHNOLOGIES forum was held in Belgrade on 12th November under the title ‘REAL TRANSFORMATION’. Our interviewee is Miroslav Vraneš, the Account Executive who opened the event and spoke about the importance of Dell Technologies as a global leader in the field of digital transformation

Sanja Pešić, Chief Executive Officer of Alma Quattro, a Member of the Swiss APG SGA Group

Alma Quattro: “A Serbian Ambassador To The World”

Alma Quattro is a Serbian company owned by the Swiss APG SGA Group since 2003, which is a national leader on the market of Out-of-Home advertising and street furniture. The company portfolio consists of billboards, backlights, scrollers, bus stop shelters, city lights, big boards, advertising columns and state-of-the-art LCD and LED screens

Bojana Rudović, Marketing Director at Bekament

Success is Greater if it is Shared

We Build With Heart

Carlsberg Srbija

For A Better Quality Life

Caring for the community in which it operates is one of the priorities of Carlsberg as a company, which is testified to by the numerous donations realised through this company's foundations, at both the local and global levels. Globally, as one of the world's oldest commercial foundations, the Carlsberg Foundation operates through support for science, students, the arts and culture

Novo Nordisk

Circular Mindset

Novo Nordisk has amassed two decades of experience of being at the forefront when it comes to environmental responsibility. And this responsibility has been driven by today’s environmental challenges, which have never been more critical or urgent

Marina Deleon, Communications Expert

Gifts With Meaning

The New Year's holidays having always been a time for summing up results and making decisions for the year ahead. And a time of giving

Foreign Investors Council Presented the White Book 2019

The Foreign Investors Council presented the White Book 2019 to the highest Government officials and stakeholder community. The White Book, written by FIC members,...

Enterpreneur, Adam Neumann

The Rise & Fall of “Better Together”

Adam Neumann spent some of his final days as the CEO of WeWork in the same way he had for countless weekends in recent years: surrounded by family at his house in the Hamptons, New York, U.S. With the company’s plan to go public smouldering, his control over the business dwindling and its biggest investor starting to turn against him, Neumann gathered his wife and business partner, Rebekah, and their five kids, piled into a car and drove east to the Tony beach community

Japanese Contemporary Art

Creative Spin on Tradition

Japanese contemporary artists are currently creating some of the most extraordinary, thought-provoking artworks. Determined to set their own rules, these prolific inventors have transformed the global art landscape with their uncompromising visions and trendsetting artistry

Embassy of Ukraine in Serbia marked National Day

Embassy of Ukraine in Serbia, headed by the Ambassador H.E. Oleksandr Aleksandrovych, marked the 101 years of the Ukrainian Revolution. Read more

Independence Day of Finland 2019

On the occasion of 102nd anniversary of the Finnish independence, Ambassador Kimmo Lähdevirta and Mrs Pia Kaikonen hosted a reception at the residence. Read more

IWC Charity Bazaar

More than two thousand visitors at the IWC Charity Bazaar aimed at helping the elderly Read more


 Nokia Loses Market Value of €6.6bn

Nokia shocked investors by saying that it has reduced its outlook for 2019–2020 and will forgo dividend payouts for the third and fourth quarters...

New Zealand

Tightening Foreign Investment Rules

Foreign investors hoping to buy New Zealand’s strategic assets will now have to convince the government that such sales are in the national interest. New...

10 Bad Luck Signs for Business

A favourable business environment isn’t the sole determinant of business success; businesses can thrive in bad economies, and the definition of a ‘bad economy’...


Easyjet Eyes New Package Deal Space

British company EasyJet has announced that it will launch a sector for organised package holiday deals by Christmas 2020. The objective is to recoup...


Peugeot to Merge With Fiat Chrysler

The majority of unions representing workers at Peugeot maker PSA are in favour of a planned $50 billion merger with Fiat Chrysler. However, the...

The Netherlands

Essent Takes Over Vandebron

Dutch energy sector market leader Essent is taking over green energy provider Vandebron, the two companies confirmed. Financial details have yet to be disclosed. Vandebron,...

Afro festival 2019

28 June - November 2019, Museum of African Art

Marina Abramović – The Cleaner

21 September 2019 - 20 January 2020, Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade

Serbian Visions 2019

23 - 24 November 2019, Radisson Collection Hotel, Old Mill Belgrade

Japanese Contemporary Art

Creative Spin on Tradition

Japanese contemporary artists are currently creating some of the most extraordinary, thought-provoking artworks. Determined to set their own rules, these prolific inventors have transformed the global art landscape with their uncompromising visions and trendsetting artistry

French Decorations for artists Jana Adamovic, Milan Manic and...

Ambassador of France to Serbia, H.E. Jean-Louis Falconi on behalf of the French Minister of Culture awarded the Order...

Polish Contemporary Art

Between the Media & the Body

Contemporary Art in Poland has always provoked huge controversy and extreme reactions. Often misunderstood and used by right-wing politicians to favour their radically conservative views, it has electrified not only the art world, but also the general public – to such extent that damage to works or their removal were common, as were exhibition closures and protests in front of artistic institutions. Politicians, clerics, artists and critics – the whole country has been involved in the national discussion. There is always something much more important hidden behind accusations of profanity and that the artist is simply seeking notoriety. The works described in this article weren’t created to be scandalous, but rather to draw attention to significant issues and problems that are still present within Polish society

Austria’s Cultural Wealth

Theatre’s Creme De La Creme

In Austria there were 6.09 million tickets sold for more than 15,000 theatre performances in the 2014/2015 season. With just over 8.5 million inhabitants, this is categorical evidence of Austria’s obsession with the theatre. The great theatres of Vienna sold more than 3.8 million tickets, with a population of just 1.8 million inhabitants, while in 2016 the Republic of Austria gave impressive funding of €200 million to its theatres


Give With Style

The festive season of Christmas and New Year is a time of presents, visits, encounters and gatherings, which also...