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The Slovenian Business Club has organised a working meeting at Belgrade’s Hyatt Regency Hotel. The guest of honour at this SBC working meeting was Serbian Finance Minister Dušan Vujović, who invited Slovenian investors to invest more in Serbia. The meeting had the heading “Minister’s conversation with businesspeople”. 

The meeting was attended by representatives of the Embassy of Slovenia, led by H.E. Ambassador Vladimir Gašparič, as well as a large number of SBC members.

Following the minister’s presentation, he responded to questions posed by members of the Club and then invited all members who did not receive answers to contact his office directly, in order for them to be able to jointly create a better environment that will ensure the success of business operations. 
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Serbia-Slovenia Business Forum

On the sidelines of the joint session of the governments of Serbia and Slovenia, the Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Serbia (CCIS), organised the Serbia-Slovenia Business Forum on 24th October.

The forum brought together representatives of 120 Serbian companies and 60 Slovenian companies, as well as ministers from several departments of both governments, which is an indicator of mutual interest in better cooperation. 

Addressing those present, CCIS President Marko Čadež gave special thanks to the Slovenian Business Club for its very successful cooperation with the CCIS. Companies’ representatives included a large number of CCIS members, who utilised the opportunity of panel discussions to exchange experiences in the fields of tourism, agribusiness, environmental protection and digitisation.

The forum culminated with B2B meetings, which provided an excellent opportunity to establish new contacts.

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