Six Serbian companies are competing in iedc case study competition and its main aim is to promote business education
In the previous issue, I presented to you three career stages: Happy Backpacker, Accidental Tourist and Business Globetrotter. Now we will move on go to some more mature stages, though that’s not necessarily connected with your life stages and your age. Some people start young and have rocket-fast careers, while others are late bloomers. But matching career and life stages is a different and very complex topic, so let’s move to the next stage…
Germany is, and will remain, a dedicated and reliable partner to Serbia in its EU accession efforts. It is therefore a clear priority of my job to work closely with our Serbian partners to support Serbia’s reforms on its path towards the EU Axel Dittmann, Ambassador of Germany to Serbia remains optimistic when it comes to Serbia’s EU accession process, which was recently consolidated with the opening of two new chapters, 20 and 26. The ambassador considers that the recent shift in U.S. policy towards EU processes will not affect the process.
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.
Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, will deploy its wide-body Airbus A330 aircraft between Belgrade and Zagreb next Tuesday (28 March) to mark the operational opening of the new terminal building at Zagreb Airport.
The 254-seat jet, which normally operates to New York JFK, will fly into and from the Croatian capital next Tuesday morning with guests taking advantage of very special return fares for that day only, starting from €59.
Within the program of marking one hundred years of Finland’s independence in Serbia, the Embassy of Finland in Belgrade donated twenty cherry trees to the Municipality of Savski Venac. Ambassador of Finland Pertti Ikonen planted the first tree in the forest-park Bencion Buli, together with Belgrade Mayor Sinisa Mali, the Director of City Greenery Slobodan Stanojevic and the President of Municipality of Savski Venac Irena Vujovic, in the park next to Sekspirova Street. Continue Reading →
The cult band from Novi Sad will have two comeback concerts in Belgrade (Mikser House) on March 31, and in Novi Sad (Firchie Think Tank Studio) on 1 April.
The Learn to Succeed 2017 conference, organized by Real Estate Cluster, is the biggest and most important annual gathering of real estate agents in South East Europe.
The 2nd Learn to Succeed conference is taking place in Belgrade, on 7th and 8th April, and is organized by Real Estate Cluster, a specialized association which members are companies and entrpreneurs engaged in the business of selling, designing, constructing and leasing real estate in Serbia. The Institute of Economic Sciences, based in Belgrade, is one of the Cluster’s members.
In Belgrade and towns across Serbia World Poetry Day was celebrated and on this occasion the company Julius Meinl traditionally organized action in more than 60 cafes called “Pay coffee with a verse” in which citizens choose their favourite beverage and pay it by the verses of famous poets or verses of their own.