Start-up Centre Opens At Belgrade Economic Faculty

Start-up Centre aims to help and support the development and market realisation of students’ entrepreneurial projects

Work has started on the entrepreneurial ideas declared as being the three best at the Start-up Centre of the University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Economics, which aims to help and support the development and market realisation of students’ entrepreneurial projects.

The three selected student projects will be developed at this unique centre in the next three months. Alongside a mentorship programme involving experienced managers from the MVP Workshop and faculty professors, with project management and realisation support, regular training, workshops, lectures in a specially-equipped area, the best ideas will be given the opportunity to prove themselves on the market.

The Start-up Centre of the University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Economics was opened by Branislav Boričić, dean of the economics faculty, Dragan Lončar, vice dean of the faculty responsible for cooperation with business, Ivan Bjelajac, director of the MVP Workshop, and Mihailo Jovanović, director of the Office for IT and E-Government.