British-Serbian Chamber of Commerce has announced four new members of the team, who will work in the office in Belgrade. The new team will consist of three new directors with a rich and extensive experience in doing business in Serbia; David Webb, Nebojša Ćirjaković and Slavko Carić, who will join the current directors, in the representative office in Belgrade.
David Webb is an expert in business and relations with the government in the Balkans, with twenty years of experience, which dates from 1996, when he started working at the Department of Trade and Industry in London. In 2001 he was appointed First Secretary in charge of trade and investment in the British Embassy in Belgrade, where he worked until 2006. In late 2007, he became co-founder of “Webb Dowse,” one of the most respected companies engaged in corporate communications in Serbia and throughout the Western Balkans.
Nebojša Ćirjaković is a manager of corporate and regulatory affairs at British American Tobacco South East Europe to Serbia and Montenegro. Before joining British American Tobacco, he gained his rich experience in the Ministry of: health, trade and services, the economy and regional development, the Ministry for Foreign Economic Relations and other institucijama. Graduated from the Faculty for International Economics, is currently at the master studies London School of Commerce, MBA for Executives Programme.
Slavko Carić, is the CEO of Erste Bank Serbia, the member of Erste Group, one of the largest financial services providers in Central and Eastern Europe. His education in America and Switzerland, where he earned a degree in Business Administration from the University of Geneva in 1995. During his career, he founded several successful companies in the area of trade and finance. He knows the business environment in Serbia because of his many years of experience in investment banking and capital markets in Serbia. He is also a member of the Trilateral Commission and actively participates as a member of its group in Serbia.