Sunday, October 21, 2018

Tag: Jasmina Vignjević

Chairwoman of the Board, Nordic Business Alliance (NBA) and President of the e-commerce Committee of Foreign Investors Council (FIC)

Public Procurement – Nordic Experience Forum

"Our greatest expectations from the new law on public procurement is to apply the criterion of the most cost-effective economic offer because we consider it to be much better than the current criterion of the lowest prices. In the long run, it can lead to greater efficiency and higher savings in the public sector"

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Challenges And Opportunities

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.

Jasmina Vignjević, President Of The Nordic Business Alliance, Government Affairs Manager At Telenor Serbia:

Changing The Mindset Towards Digital Society

Due to my belief that digitisation and an innovation-driven economy represent the greatest potentials for growth, I would highlight the panel organised by the Digital Serbia Initiative. This panel addressed many opportunities brought by the digital economy, three of which I will point out here

Jasmina Vignjević, President Of The Digital And E-Commerce Committee Of The Foreign Investors Council:

Efficient And Transparent Bureaucracy Attracts New Investors

Greater efficiency and transparency of bureaucratic procedures is achieved with the automating of processes and electronic procedures, and that is an important prerequisite for attracting new investors. The transition of administrative procedures from counter-based to electronic requests will make Serbia more attractive for investments

Nordic Innovative Business In Serbia

The Norwegian Ambassadorial Residence in Belgrade hosted the conference Nordic Innovative Business in Serbia, which was co-organised by the Nordic Business Alliance and the...

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Digitisation – Equal Chances For All Citizens

Enabling every citizen to access government information and services via their mobile phones, anytime and anywhere, would save significant time and money

Jasmina Vignjević, President Of The Nordic Business Alliance:

Better Coordination Of State Bodies Required

The tenth anniversary of Telenor’s operations in Serbia and the launch of IKEA's business represent not only a symbolic, but also an essential, contribution to the development of business links between Serbia and the Nordic region, and are a powerful signal to potential investors that Serbia is a good place to invest. Partnership relations between the economy and the state would make this cooperation even more successful

Autumn ‘Mingling’ Reception With Ambassador Lundin

Traditional Autumn kick-off and mingle cocktail reception for friends and members of the Nordic Business Alliance

FIC Conducted 4th Visit To The EU Institutions

Foreign Investors Council conducted the 4th annual visit to the EU institutions in Brussels

Jasmina Vignjević, President Of The FIC Digital And E-Commerce Committee(Telenor d.o.o.):

New Technologies Will Create New Business Models In Serbia

The extent to which Serbia will be a place where innovations and innovative business models develop depends greatly on an adequate legal framework

Mobile Phones Instead Of Counters

Both Telenor and NALED are celebrating 10 years of successful operation in Serbia. NALED was among the first to recognise the importance of e-government, and in cooperation with IBM experts it has produced a credible study that should serve as a basis for further development of e-government in Serbia

Jasmina Vignjević, Chairperson of The Nordic Business Alliance:

New Opportunities For Business Cooperation Are Coming

The main objective of the Nordic Business Alliance is to become a one-stop-shop for potential Nordic investors as well as Serbian exporters to Nordic region. According to recent trends in mutual trade and extended investments of Nordic companies in Serbia, we are on a slow but steady path to growth
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