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The opening of the new Sirius Offices business building in New Belgrade was marked by a meeting of businesspeople from the Austrian Business Circle hosted by the investor in this real estate development – Immorent Singidunum – Erste Bank Group – within the new premises.

Commercial Counsellor at the Embassy of Austria in Belgrade, Erika Teoman-Brenner, briefly addressed the audience and thanked host Claus Graggaber, Head of Erste Group Immorent Serbia, before expressing pride in this new Austrian investment in Belgrade.

This business complex was built by the Austrian construction giant Strabag. Named “Sirius”, the two facilities it comprises are called “Sirius A” and “Sirius B”, after the binary star system with the same name. The event yielded a lot of interesting conversations and a good mood in this magical space.

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