The Nordic Business Alliance (NBA)
Nordic Business Alliance
Representatives of companies from the French-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (CCIFS), the American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia (AmCham), the Canadian Business Association (CANSEE) and...
Lecture "EU investment opportunities in Serbia" presented by Yngve Engström, Head of Cooperation at the EU Delegation to the Republic of Serbia was held...
Finald day of the Nordic Countries Week. Read more
"The Nordic model of cooperation is an excellent experience for the countries of the Western Balkans," said Marko Čadež, President of the PKS, on...
Andreja Pavlović, Executive Director of the Nordic Business Alliance
The core values and vision of the Nordic Business Alliance remain intact to this day, and our agile roots allow us to go back to basics whenever necessary
The Nordic Business Alliance in Serbia has in the last four years organised an entire series of different events, exhibitions, fairs, donations and other activities that provided excellent opportunities for members to share their knowledge and experience, and to network with their counterparts and potential business partners, becoming a platform for the exchange of ideas and experiences within the Nordic business community in Serbia
16-18 Oct. 2018
The Embassies of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden together with the Nordic Business Alliance in Serbia organised the seminar "NorDig - Nordic Experiences in the Field of Digitalization", held in the Yugoslav Cinema. Read more
The Embassies of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden together with the Nordic Business Alliance in Serbia organised the seminar "NorDig - Nordic Experiences in...
Traditional CANSEE Salmon Dinner was held at Moj Prostor restaurant.
"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"
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).
H.E. Hougård expressed said he is pleased that the number of Danish companies interested in doing business with Serbia is increasing.
Jasmina Vignjević, President Of The Nordic Business Alliance, Government Affairs Manager At Telenor Serbia
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