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President of the Slovenian Business Club (SPK), Danijela Fišakov, welcomed guests to the SPK New Year’s celebration and briefly summarised 2017 as a successful year which resulted in an increased number of members for the Club. She also stressed that the SPK had throughout the year devoted more attention to individual members, micro-linking, and activities all over Serbia.

The number of club members has increased by 35 per cent in the last five years, with more than 120 events having been held, while assistance to Serbian companies looking to enter the Slovenian market, and vice versa, have intensified.

Fišakov recalled that 2018 would also be an election year for the SBC, with a new Board of Directors to be elected.

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