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The Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Advantage Austria held a panel discussion addressing the topic of finding a more successful format for cooperation between small and medium-sized enterprises and large companies in the region

An innovative approach to SME operations, based on the provision of support to large companies and systems, represents the basis for the recovery and growth of the Serbian economy – it was said at the forum, which was entitled “Small and Medium-sized Enterprises as Partners in Organisation Development”.

SCCI Deputy Chairman Miroslav Miletić, Deputy Head of Advantage Austria in Belgrade, Fabian Gems, CEO of NBG Leasing, Silvana Tričković, CEO of GRAWE Insurance, Christoph Czettl, and Sales Director for Central & Southeast Europe at AUTONOM TALENTR, Thomas Gabrie, replied to questions posed during the panel discussion.

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