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Dual education is one of the key factors for the economic success and competitiveness of Switzerland and the focus of this meeting was on the private sector’s role in the dual education system.

In his opening speech, Aleksandar Marjanović, General Manager of Zühlke Engineering d.o.o. welcomed guests and presented the activities of the company.


Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce – SSCC President, Majo Micovic, together with the guests of honour, Dr Gabrijela Grujic, Assistant Minister, Ministry for Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia, and Mirjana Kovačević, Director at Education Division, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia CCIS, conducted the meeting.



Slobodan Janković, director of the company Inmold Plast d.o.o. from Požega shared his experience in dual education in Serbia with SSCC members.

The event was hosted by SSCC member-company Zühlke Engineering d.o.o.

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