The French-Serbian Chamber of Commerce
28th Jan., CCFS office
29 Jan. 2019, 9:30 am - 1:30 pm, Danube Business Center
14 Dec., CCFS (10 Kosovska st)
French Week was opened in Belgrade, organised by the French-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (CCFS). This year the event, which will be held from November 15...
15 Nov 2018
3 Oct. 2018
Members of the French-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (CCFS) had the opportunity to exchanges views on the French-Serbian relations with the French Ambassador to Serbia...
Members of the French-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (CCFS) met with the representatives of the MK Hotels & Resorts.
Members of the French-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (CCFS) had their first meeting after summer vacations on September 11th, titled "Meeting with MK Hotels &...
Dragoljub Damljanović, predsednik Francusko-srpske privredne komore:
Francuski privrednici uviđaju da se Srbija trenutno nalazi na nekoj vrsti moguće ekonomske prekretnice i da može biti lider na Balkanu. Nadam se da ćemo umeti da ostanemo na toj pozitivnoj trasi i iskoristimo taj potencijal. Naša Komora je spremna da francuskim kompanijama otvori vrata Balkana
Sanja Ivanić, Generalna direktorka CCIFS:
Nezadovoljni brojem francuskih preduzeća koja se interesuju za srpsko tržište jer ga smatraju premalim, CCIFS je odlučila da proširi svoje aktivnosti i udruži se s kolegama u regionu. To je za sve nas velika šansa da povećamo broj prisutnih preduzeća, a istovremeno i jedni druge osnažimo kroz saradnju i razmenu iskustava
French Serbian Chamber of Commerce (CCFS) headed by General Director Sanja Ivanić, held its last summer gathering at the wine bar Wineart. Ms Ivanić announced...
Prime Minister Ana Brnabić opened the three-day business forum "France - Balkans".
The International Networking Cocktail, hosted by eleven international business associations, attracted more than 200 people.
Accelerated reforms, particularly those in the area of improving the business climate, ensure that the opinions of business associations are more important than ever. The increasingly open and constructive dialogue between the government and business leaders, which also resulted in Serbia making continuous progress on the World Bank’s ’Doing Business’ list, compelled us to set aside space in the New Year’s edition of CorD for the comments of presidents of chambers of commerce and organisations, business clubs and associations that bring together members of industry, NGOs and representatives of the local community.
A new Speed Business Meeting was held yesterday in Belgrade, which was attended by the companies of four international business associations: the French-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (CCFS), the Italian-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (ISCC), Nordic Business Alliance (NBA), and for the first time, members of the Japanese Business Alliances in Serbia (JBAS).