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The German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce has announced its renewed support for startups, with a strong emphasis on digitalization and innovation. 

During the opening of a joint event with the Belgrade Science and Technology Park, Milan Grujić, President of the Chamber, highlighted the crucial role of innovation in the growth and sustainability of corporations.

Grujić noted that unlike large corporations, startups are characterized by their speed and flexibility. “Startups are a vital source of innovation that corporations eagerly seek as they aim to discover the next market-revolutionizing unicorn,” he emphasized.

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The Chamber has declared that moving forward, digitalization, innovation, and startups will be one of its three strategic themes. Additionally, this year, it has introduced a new membership category, ‘Start Up Excitement’, aimed at fostering innovation and promoting networking among members.

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