Telekom Srbija, m: tel Montenegro and m: tel BiH organized in Podgorica the finals of the competition for mobile application – “Regional app challenge”, aimed at talented high school students. Among the many quality applications, the “Collector” team from the Bolyai Gymnasium from Senta, “Sound Workshop” from the Banja Luka Gymnasium and the application “Đee Bus” team from the secondary Electrical School Vaso Aligrudic from Podgorica as the main prize get the way to Berlin at one of the leading international IoT conferences. The special innovation award “Power of Innovation – Igor Osmokrovic”, in the form of the latest generation smartphone, was awarded to the team from the “Svetozar Markovic” Gymnasium from Nis, for the application “VirSpeak”.
The popular American coffeehouse chain Starbucks is finally coming to Serbia this year. Starbucks, which operates in 75 countries across the world, will open the first in a series of stores at Rajiceva Shopping Centre in downtown Belgrade this spring. Jelena Radulovic, Regional Retail Director at the leading consulting firm for real estate CBS International, which is part of Cushman&Wakefield Group and which brokered the arrival of this famous brand in our market, stated that with the arrival of the world’s largest company that sells special types of coffee, Belgrade would get its place on the map of the key European metropolises that have been enjoying this irresistible drink for years.
The seventh Belgrade Irish Festival (BIF), which will be held from 9 to 17 March under the slogan “Springtime in Belgrade!”, Brings exceptional film, literary and musical programs to this incredibly attractive visual content. Live stream of digital simulations of world-renowned visual artist John Gerard, extraordinary photos of Najdela Svona or a giant mural that will be painted in the center of Belgrade by famous street art artist James Erley, are just some of the exciting visual programs that await us at the seventh BIF.
On Monday, February 11th, in the ceremonial hall of Metropol Hotel in Belgrade, organized by the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the 40th anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution in Iran was officially marked.
PepsiCo, which operates in the Western Balkans through the companies Marbo Product and Marbo d.o.o. is the winner of the prestigious Top Employer Award for Serbia, the fifth time in a row and for Bosnia and Herzegovina, for the second time in a row. This prestigious award is awarded by the “Top Employers” Institute in the Netherlands, based on more than 600 best HR practices on human resource management and human resources processes.
Coca-Cola HBC Serbia is pleased to inform the public that Coca-Cola HBC AG started the acquisition process of the leading domestic confectionery company “Bambi” from the “Mid Europa Partners” fund worth 260 million EUR. The final agreement will be defined through final harmonization, and the acquisition remains subject to the normal conditions and approvals of the competent authorities, which is why the process itself is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2019. Our strategic intention is that this acquisition will enable the company to develop new development opportunities in Serbia and the region, as well as the possibility of expanding into complementary product categories.
At the end of January and the beginning of February a rather unusual campaign appeared on Alma Quattro’s media in Belgrade. Even a spelling mistake was deliberately made in the text, additionally provoking the professional community and educated people.
The conference “Impact 2019” will be held in Belgrade on 19 and 20 February, the largest conference in central and southeastern Europe dedicated to investments for social enterprises and start-ups. The conference is being held at Kombank dvorana and will gather numerous experts from the region and the world who will present their funds, accelerators, innovations and development in the field of social entrepreneurship and startup industry to the audience.
We are proud of what we have achieved over two decades of hard work, especially of the fact that we provide our students, not only from our country and the region, but also those coming from many countries of the world, with education both in Serbian and English.
He was only six years old when he performed as a soloist accompanied by an orchestra for the first time ever. Soon
enough, it became clear to everyone that Serbia had a wunderkind. Today, the planetary famous violinist Stefan Milenković is a virtuoso in his branch of art, and yet he manages to remain down-to-earth and frank. His concerts are always a special experience, particularly those that take place in his hometown of Belgrade.