The Board of Directors of NIS AD Novi Sad has decided to appoint Kirill Tyurdenev, former First Deputy Director General of NIS for processing and marketing as a new CEO. Kirill Vladimirovich Tyurdenev was born on 19 April 1977.
Sustainable Development Our goal is to help our counterparts to find good solutions to their problems on their way towards sustainable development. We provide advisory support or technical assistance The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, GIZ, is commissioned to implement … Continue reading
The economic and political cooperation with Germany has reached its highest level in the last decade and a half. Germany tops the list of the biggest investors in Serbia, it is one of our biggest foreign trade partners, and the … Continue reading
While investors are mostly looking to move labour-intensive production to Serbia, in ideal circumstances, more sophisticated and complex ones would complement them. Media reports suggesting that the region is in a new phase of political instability are not helping that … Continue reading
Banca Intesa and Intesa Leasing have prepared a special offer for the purchase of vehicles on the occasion of the 53rd International Motor Show in Belgrade, with annual interest rates for car loans from 4 percent, more favourable leasing in … Continue reading
In the beautiful surroundings of the Homa Restaurant, Brand Plasma made by Bambi, organised a gathering at which it presented its new Plasma Salty.
Six companies operating in Serbia competed in the IEDC Case Study Competition organized by IEDC Alumni Club Serbia and led by Igor Kordik, PMBA. Prof. Randy Kudar, Professor Emeritus from Richard Ivey, Canada, presided the jury together with Lana Krunić … Continue reading
Six Serbian companies are competing in iedc case study competition and its main aim is to promote business education
NLB Group continued its profitable growth from the previous period and the business year 2016 ended with a profit of 110 million euros, 20 percent more than in the previous year.
One of the most famous Dutch beer brands, Amstel Premium Pilsener, presented the new red packaging for the Serbian market.