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During her visit to the Kingdom of Norway, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić – accompanied by Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Serbia President Marko Čadež, visited the offices of company McCann Oslo and the Scandinavian Design Group, which operate as part of the Belgrade-based I&F McCann Group.

By investing in Norway, I&F McCann Group became one of the few Serbian companies operating on the Norwegian market.

According to CCIS president Čadež, this is the best example of the capabilities and strengthening investment capacities of the Serbian creative industry to operate successfully, invest and employ innovative and creative people not only in Serbia and the region but also on a demanding European market like the Nordic market.

McCann Oslo and the Scandinavian Design Group provide creative and design expertise for numerous Norwegian and world brands, including the Norwegian National Bank and Norwegian Investment Bank, Innovation Norway – an organisation supporting innovation and entrepreneurship, the Norwegian National Football Team and companies Norsk Hydro, KLP and Tine.

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