The First Worldwide Italian Cuisine Week carries on the themes developed successfully by EXPO Milano 2015 and gathered in the ‘’Milan paper’’: quality, sustainability, culture, food security, right to food, education, identity, territory, biodiversity. The project is included in the … Continue reading
The European Fund for Southeast Europe (EFSE) signed a loan agreement with the company Intesa Leasing in the amount of 10 million euros with the aim of encouraging the development of micro and small enterprises in Serbia.
Hellenic Petroleum Business Group whose member is Eko Serbia, which operates in the Serbian market since 2002 through a network of 53 petrol station, proudly pointed out the significant financial results in its main areas of business compared to the … Continue reading
Société Générale Bank has made a special offer for short-term dinar cash loans to customers receiving salaries at the Bank and for clients who do not, with a fixed interest rate. There are also special rates for approving housing loans … Continue reading
In Belgrade, as every year, the Slovenian Business Club organised, at the restaurant Velika Skadarlija, an party dedicated to old Slovenian holiday of young wine, ,St. Martin’s Day” (“Martinovanje”) which in Slovenia the most celebrated of all wine holidays.
The French-Serbian Chamber of Commerce organised opening ceremony of French Week which was held on Thursday, 17 November, at the “Factory”.
You may wonder why fine dining restaurants so often change almost their entire menu. One of the postulates of this cuisine is that the ingredients must be of high quality and freshness, which is a prerequisite to any meal to … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević After many years of blind following of the „Western-Western“ model of the values that drive European civilisation, the Easternmost members of the European Unions seem to opt for a middle ground and their own set of values.
Several weeks of educational programme for students in the field of communications, media and advertising called DM Smart Lab, got completed by the competition of students of the Faculty of Organisational Sciences in Belgrade in solving case studies. The first … Continue reading
Serbian startup scene is at a very early stage but everything’s been going up and to the right for a while now, so it’s no surprise it started attracting attention. If it wants, the Government can do a lot if … Continue reading
Since its inception, the Belgian business community in Serbia has doubled, but this is just one of many signs pointing to the growing interest of investors in the Serbian economy. Positive trends are very well noticed both here and abroad.
Hellenic Business Association of Serbia, Nordic Business Alliance and the Slovenian Business Club organised the ‘Speed Business Meeting” at the Hyatt Regency Belgrade (the sponsor). 14 eight-minutes’ individual meetings “one to one” were organised, which were previously determined by lot.
It is enough to say „Daško & Mlađa“ in Serbia, and the people will start smiling. The witty duo of radio hosts quickly became a brand on the B92 radio, then got transferred to O-Radio in Novi Sad… and got … Continue reading
Despite being a relatively small country, in the last quarter of a century of its independence, Slovenia has managed to conquer both European and world markets, which fills me with a sense of pride and self-confidence. At the same time, … Continue reading
Novi Sad-based glam pop-rock band Gift was known for years for their energetic gigs both in their hometown and in the capital. But now, they made a big step ahead with their debut album, Dreamoscope („a machine that turns dreams … Continue reading
At the end of the sixth review the IMF mission praised Serbia’s continued strong overall performance under the economic program, especially the robust fiscal performance driven by stronger than expected revenues
“We are shaping the Development Agency of Serbia (DAS) into a modern organisation that offers a wide range of services, including the promotion of direct investments and export, as well as implementation of projects with the goal of boosting competitiveness, … Continue reading
The political and economic relations between Slovenia and Serbia are getting increasingly better and I do hope that this year’s trading between the two countries will follow suit and grow to a billion Euros, as well as that investors would … Continue reading
Considering the major objectives planned by Serbia in the near future, we estimate that there are numerous new opportunities for the cooperation of the Slovenian and the Serbian economy. These include the construction and renewable energy sector and privatisation of … Continue reading
Belgium is firmly on the side of reinforcing the European Union project, as well as supporting the European perspective of the Western Balkan countries. The number of EU preparatory programmes and assistance projects to help the Serbian administration in that … Continue reading