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Novi Sad hosted a regional business meeting of representatives of French, Serbian, Romanian and Hungarian companies, under the title “Speed Business Meeting” (SBM), organised by the French Chambers of Commerce in Serbia, Romania and Hungary.

This is the second in a series of regional meetings of the three French chambers, which this time brought together some thirty companies from the most varied sectors. Companies had 12 B2B meetings, after which talks continued during a cocktail reception.

SBM is a concept that has been organised by the French-Serbian Chamber of Commerce for many years and is intended for all companies seeking to expand their business in the region and meet potential partners.

Following the meetings, participants visited the premises of company Schneider Electric DMS in Novi Sad and had the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the activities and operations of this IT company, which achieves excellent business results and employs over 1,000 workers in Serbia.

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