Japanese Business Alliance In Serbia (JBAS)
Japanese Business Alliance
A traditional multinational meeting gathered members of the many foreign chambers of commerce in Belgrade, business associations and alliances. Hosts of the cocktail were French...
Seven new members of the JBAS Board of Directors were elected at the V regular General Assembly session. V regular General Assembly session of the...
28 Feb., Serbia Radisson Collection Hotel
In cooperation with the Japanese Business Alliance Serbia JBAS member NST Law office and Canadian-Serbian Business Association CANSEE, JBAS has organised a Data Protection...
29th Jan., Hotel Falkensteiner, 10.00
Goran Pekez, Chairman of the Board of Directors of JBAS
We must work stronger to promote opportunities to do business in Serbia among Japanese business circles and spread the word in larger circles, as trade cooperation can be enhanced between Serbian and Japanese companies in both Europe and Serbia.
Danijela Čabarkapa, JBAS Executive Director
Our aim is to increase the involvement of Japanese business circles in the creation and further improvement of conditions for doing business in Serbia by providing recommendations and examples of the successful practises of JBAS members, as well as Japan itself.
Tranding and Modern Sinergy
Tradition & Modern Synergy
9 October 2018
On 9th October 2018, at Hyatt Regency Hotel in Belgrade, a Speed Business Meeting between the members of four international business associations in Serbia –...
2nd KAIZEN Congress
The path from the cat to the tiger leads through the Japanese companies in Serbia. This is a message from the second Kaizen™ congress...
24-25 Sep 2018
Japanese Business Alliance in Serbia (JBAS), in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia (CCIS), JBAS member Kaizen Institute Serbia and...
Ambassador of Japan H.E.Junichi Maruyama held an annual Business networking lunch for the representatives of the Japanese companies and their partner-companies in Serbia.
The International Networking Cocktail, hosted by eleven international business associations, attracted more than 200 people.
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