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Austria 2017

Austria Partners 2017

Johannes Eigner Austrian Ambassador

H.E. Johannes Eigner, Austrian Ambassador To Serbia

Remembering History – Creating The Future

If the leaders of France and Germany can meet for a joint commemoration (The end of World War I), it shouldn’t seem strange for Serbia and Austria to do the same. We already showed in 2014 that it is perfectly possible to address such a seemingly controversial subject in a joint approach with our Serbian counterparts when we organised an Austrian-Serbian exhibition under the slogan “remembering history – creating the future” - Ambassador Johannes Eigner
Marko Cadez

Marko Čadež, President Of the Chamber Of Commerce & Industry Of Serbia

Austrian Investments Contribute to Serbia’s Competitiveness

Austria tops the list of countries whose companies invest in Serbia: it ranks first in terms of total foreign direct investment, which totalled three billion euros in the last decade and a half, and third in terms of the number of projects implemented. Around 500 Austrian companies that operate here provide a large contribution to the growth of Serbian exports, which last year recorded a record level of almost 340 million euros
Erika Teoman Brenner We Seek New Opportunities for Cooperation 2017

Erika Teoman-Brenner, Commercial Counsellor at the Embassy of Austria in Belgrade

We Seek New Opportunities for Cooperation

In the coming period, we will try to focus even more on highlighting the business opportunities in Serbia, which are a result of promising macroeconomic indicators
MELANIJA PAVLOVIĆ

Melanija Pavlović, General Manager,Baumit Serbia D.O.O.

Tradition With A Future

”Baumit is the leading building material brand in Austria and our intention is to become the number one in Serbia as well,” says Melanija Pavlović, General Manager at Baumit Serbia

Vienna Ball Culture

Viennese ball: The Dance Of Six Steps

Once considered wicked, today it is the very definition of all things Viennese: the Viennese waltz. The people of Vienna love it, the music - made world famous 150 years ago by waltz king Johann Strauss - as well as as the dance of the same name in three-four time, which is a fixed item at every ball
Jelena Knežević LeitnerLeitner Srbija

Jelena Knežević, Certified Auditor, Managing Director, LeitnerLeitner Srbija

BEPS – International Tax Reform ImportantFor Serbia

As part of a global company, LeitnerLeitner Serbia is devoted to aligning practises in CEE with global advisory and accounting standards and best practises in tax counselling, audit and accounting services
The Dual Vocational Training System in Austria

The Dual Vocational Training System In Austria

Advantages Of The Austrian Dual Vocational Training System

The Austrian apprenticeship combines practical training in a company with schoolbased training in a vocational school. The company-based training is complemented by compulsory attendance of a part-time vocational school for apprentices. This is why apprenticeship training is also referred to as "dual vocational training system" or as "dual system"
Admont Abbey Library, Admont

Austrian Libraries – Social Integrative Vehicle

Austria has a comprehensive network of libraries: 1,062 municipalities have a library. Hence libraries play a key role in the provision of literature and culture. Moreover, the Public Library Concept “The Library of the Future – The Future of Libraries” demonstrates that they are more than that: libraries are also centres of information and education and they have a social integrative function
Tourism: Austria's Winter Wonderland 2017

Tourism: Austria’s Winter Wonderland

Austria remains one of the most popular winter holiday destinations in Europe. According to a survey of the tourism consulting group - IPK International, 47% of the Europeans chose Austria followed by France with 14% and then by Italy and Switzerland with 11% each. The number of overnight stays by international visitors during the winter tourist season in Austria (November2016 to April2017) was 21.9 million
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