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The Slovenian Business Club – SPK, the Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce– SSCC and the British-Serbian Chamber of Commerce-BSCC have jointly organised a “Speed Business Meeting” at Belgrade’s Hyatt Regency Hotel.

With the aim of promoting networking among foreign and domestic businessmen, 12 individual one-on-one meetings lasting ten minutes each were organised, having previously been determined by a drawing of lots.

This SBM was attended by 26 companies from different business sectors, whose representatives were able to connect and expand their base of contacts, with the aim of developing their businesses and acquiring potential partners.

Following the culmination of the formal meetings, a networking reception was organised for all participants, during which company representatives used informal meetings as an opportunity to continue connecting and exchanging additional information with fellow attendees.

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