Friday, October 19, 2018

Tag: Martin Knapp

Head of the Executive Board of the The German-Serbian Chamber Of Commerce (AHK)

3rd AHK Oktoberfest held in Belgrade

The German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK Serbia) organised the 3rd AHK Oktoberfest in Belgrade. During the two days celebration, 4 and 5 October 2018,...
Martin Knapp, Executive Member Of The AHK Serbien

Martin Knapp, Executive Member Of The AHK Serbien Board Of Directors

Re-industrialisation Key to Growth and Well-being

For Serbia, re-industrialisation is the only chance to catch up with the Central European economies and in order to do that huge investments in modern technologies are needed. It isn't important whether these investments are made by foreigners or local companies, the main thing is that something happens in that direction

The Western Balkans in 2030 – Visions. Wishes. Realities Conference

„Western Balkans has its place in the European Union's enlargement agenda,“ said German Ambassador to Serbia H.E. Thomas Schieb opening the conference ‘The Western...

AHK Annual General Assembly

At the annual General Assembly of the members of the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK Serbia), held at the "IN Hotel", members approved the Board of...

New survey of the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK):

Conditions For Doing Business In Serbia

The results of a survey conducted by the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK) in Serbia during February show that ratings of the economic situation in Serbia for 2018 have improved compared to previous years

Traditional AHK Sommerfest Party Held

On the occasion of the coming summer break, the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK), held its traditional ‘AHK Sommerfest’ in the pleasant atmosphere of Brener restaurant

AHK Survey Results Of Doing Business In Serbia

German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK) President Ronald Seeliger, AHK director Martin Knapp and German Ambassador H.E. Axel Dittmann presented results of AHK annual survey of doing business in Serbia.

Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann Visits Belgrade

President of the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce Martin Knapp said that a large number of German companies are interested in moving production to the Western Balkans and Serbia.

Serbian Visions 2017

President of the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce-AHK, Ronald Seeliger, opened the third Serbian Visions multi-congress on 24th November, with the event orgsanised jointly by...

2nd AHK Oktoberfest

The German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce-AHK celebrated the annual Oktoberfest in Belgrade, together with its members, business partners and representatives of the Serbian economy.

Martin Knapp, Managing Board Member Of The German-Serbian Chamber Of Commerce, AHK:

Creating ‘Regional Value Chains’

After the great success of the German ‘Initiative for Finding Suppliers in the Western Balkans’, AHK is now focused on finding a way to create ‘regional value chains’, creating cooperation between companies across the entire region. Serbian companies selected as suppliers are among the best in the country, able to supply the German market with everything it needs in their line of business

Research On Conditions For Doing Business In Serbia For 2017:

Growing Optimism Of German Investors to Serbia

The German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK) conducted the 12th annual survey on the economic environment in Serbia among its member companies, with the results of the 2017 survey showing the optimism of German-Serbian companies and a positive assessment of the economic climate in Serbia.

AHK Members Meeting

Members of the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce gathered at Crown Plaza Hotel

Germans Seek Regional Suppliers

31.5.2017Gathering was for the first time held outside Germany and Serbia got the honors

AHK Serbia – Members Dinner With Ana Brnabić

25.5.2017The traditional AHK Members Dinner brought together hundreds of members of the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce at Belgrade’s Crowne Plaza Hotel, with an address given by guest of honour Serbian State Administration and Local Self-Government Minister Ana Brnabić, who spoke on the topic of public administration reform and plans for 2017

Proposals For A Better Serbia

Serbian Visions presented more than 60 non-governmental organisations, institutes, universities, professional associations and enterprises in order to improve things in society

Serbian Visions 2016

Serbian and German business leaders and civil society representatives will meet on 26th and 27th November at the Serbian Visions Congress, where they will jointly try to find a way for the economy to be more efficient and for civil society to be stronger, all with the aim of ensuring a better future for Serbia

Martin Knapp, Director Of The German-Serbian Chamber Of Commerce:

A Better Business Climate Brings More Investors

At the moment, German companies see Serbia primarily as a procurement market and as an interesting location for investment. This happens certainly because of the improvement of the investment climate, but also due to various international factors
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