The task of the forum’s participants is to give “diagnoses that someone needs to harmonise and guide in the right direction” – this is one of the theses that could be heard after the Kopaonik Business Forum. The one who should do that has long since ceased to be just the state, but rather is all of us who come from the economy
It seems to me that today, more than ever, we have a clearly established diagnosis of the Serbian economy, and directions like the development of the IT industry, digitisation, education and the creative economy are the best therapy for sustainable growth.
As a representative of a company that operates in the electricity sector, I was particularly interested in topics related to structural reforms, the restructuring of state-owned companies and the completion of privatisation.
This is an important segment that will help all of us who work in this sector to continue with further infrastructure projects and investments, which simultaneously also represent a new impulse for the development of the electrical energy industry as an economic branch.