Since the founding of the then Delegation of the German Economy in Serbia and the German-Serbian Economic Association in 2001 until the official establishment of the Chamber on April 14th, 2016, AHK Serbia represents the interests of member companies, provides information support to their business, and advocates the development and improvement of the German- Serbian trade and cooperation in all economic aspects. One of the tasks of the largest bilateral chamber in Serbia is advisory support to German companies when entering the Serbian market, as well as support to Serbian business people when entering the German market.
TMS (Technical & Management Service) is a regional brand and Cooperation partner of TÜV SÜD for the area of Central and Eastern Europe. Office in Serbia is responsible for other markets in the region including Macedonia, Montenegro and the Serbian Republic. We spoke with Kruna Gavovic, Marketing manager TMS CEE doo, CEO – The Lean Six Sigma Company CEE doo about the current trends in the market.
We have talked to Managing Director of Star Import, Štefan Vöröš just prior to the International Car Show in Belgrade.
Diana Gligorijević, an Executive Board member and Executive Marketing Director of TeleGroup, reveals how to develop a serious regional company from a small family business and how much patience, strength and will is needed for achieving such success.
Last week, the British Motors Company presented a new generation of Range Rover Evoque, the smallest Range Rover game vehicle in front of a number of business, cultural and public life officials, athletes and the media. The new Evoque is the embodiment of a modernist approach to design, a bold symbol of evolution that retains the essence of its character of excellent performance, reliability and dynamism; masterpiece – work of design and technology – sophisticated heart …
“The abolition of non-tariff barriers to the American Chamber of Commerce is a priority in the field of foreign trade and an important precondition for the growth of economic activity,” said Jelena Pavlović, President of AmCham, at the Trade Facilitation conference, organized by AmCham together with the USAID REG project in Serbia.
Ambassador of India H.E. Mr. S. Bhattacharjee hosted a reception in Belgrade on 19th March 2019 to mark the Indian Program of Technical & Economic Cooperation (ITEC) Day. The reception was attended by State Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Nemanja Stevanovic, representatives of Serbian Government ministries, media and a large number of ITEC trainees.
The studies conducted at Singidunum University are comparable to the studies available at universities around the world. “The very structure and content, enriched with the most up-to-date teaching methods and materials we use, put the study programmes conducted at Singidunum University on a par with the study programmes belonging to reputable world universities“, says Svetlana Stanišić, PhD, professor at Singidunum University.
The College of Applied Health Sciences in Ćuprija was founded in 1998 as a Medical College with three majors: Senior Nurse Technician, Senior Physiotherapist and Senior Radiologist. In the period from 2007 to 2017, the school enrolled students to the accredited study programme of basic vocational studies Professional Beautician & aesthetician, and from 2012 to 2016, to accredited study programmes of specialist vocational studies: Professional Nurse – specialist – field: gerontology, Specialist Professional Nurse – field: clinical practice, Specialist Professional Nurse – field: public health area, Specialist Professional Nurse – midwife – field: nursing in gynecology, and Specialist Professional Physiotherapist – field: rehabilitation of neurological patients.
Expositur provides companies from Serbia with complete support in company inception in the Federal Republic of Germany and their performance in this market.
Henkel has been operating in Serbia since 2002 combining modern technology and tradition. We asked Mrs Gordana Brasic, President of Henkel Serbia, and Head HR for Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania, in what way are you continuing to innovate and at the same manage that brands retain the tradition they have.
Pirot Free Zone was opened in 1998 when it spanned a total of 17 hectares of land. In 2019, the Zone covers 122 hectares and is preparing for yet another extension of additional 30 hectares. A total of 23 production and 100 trading companies operate in Pirot Free Zone including large and small and medium-sized companies that have close to 6,500 employees. In 2018, the Zone’s users recorded a total turnover of nearly a billion euro. Automotive and rubber companies here generate the highest turnover. For the sixth consecutive time, Pirot Free Zone was declared Top 50 Best Free Zones in the World by fDi magazine, published by the Financial Times. Last year, the Zone was declared the best in Europe and the third best in the world.
Well known for its expertise in Austria for a number of years, Wiener Privatklinik is increasingly becoming a first choice for patients coming from abroad. “We are very proud that the international patients have recognized what we represent and that we have gained their trust”, says Primarius Walter Ebm.
In the short period of time, Rudjer Bošković School made the significant progress towards the excellence in education by delivering extensive plan of activities fulfilling its mission that is inspiring learners to become honorable, principled, knowledgeable and caring individuals, capable and willing to make considerable contributions to their local and world-wide communities.
Klett DUAL opened the door to its school and on that occasion, held a special event called ‘Breakfast with Mechatronics Professionals’ on February 27th at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia
Digitization is increasingly changing the way we work and run the business. We have talked to Stevan Jovićević, General Manager of the Tahograf BG Company, about what kind of novelties these changes bring in organizing transport.
In 2020, Germany’s Leoni will be employing over 10,000 people, which will make this company the biggest employer in the industrial sector in Serbia. The new factory in Kraljevo will employ 5000 by 2023, and will be the biggest contributor to the employment in Leoni. When the factory is completed, Serbia will be the only European country within the Wiring System Division with four production units.
The GDPR has generated a lot of public attention, especially after its adoption in the EU in May last year. Our country has harmonized its legislation with the GDPR in early November. We have talked with Slobodan Kremenjak, Technology, Media and Telecommunications Partner at Živković Samardžić Law Firm, about what awaited companies in the future following the Law on Protection of Personal Data (LPPD) coming into force.
Serbian villages are disappearing. Back in 2012, the Serbian Academy of Sciences warned of the alarming demographic data about Serbia, which shows that a quarter of rural settlements in our country will vanish. These data also say that out 4,700 villages in Serbia, 1,200 of them will disappear in the next fifteen years. More than 1,000 villages have fewer than 100 inhabitants, and 200 have no inhabitants under the age of 20. Four hundred villages do not have a shop, and more than 200 do not have a school. Can people live in such an environment, and, if they can, how so?
A total of 16 restaurants, 15 in Belgrade and one in Zrenjanin, will take part in the fifth edition of Goût de France (Tastes of France) in Serbia. French menus will be offered on March 21, whereas some restaurants will feature this special offer throughout the week, from March 18 through 24.