The company marks 20th anniversary globally
JTI and Embassy of Japan are awarded for the eighth year in a row, the fifth Scholarship for students and researchers from Serbia for the best ideas for researchers in Japan.
From flexible hours schedule that have become imperative for work-life balance to numerous career development opportunities from Switzerland to Brazil – JTI’s employee-tailored workplace and practices have once again been recognized as top of the class in Serbia by independent … Continue reading
Income from excise duties on tobacco products in Montenegro in the first four months of 2018 decreased by 25.6 percent, while Bosnia–Herzegovina lost 770 million euros of tax revenue from 2010 to date.
What is Naive Bayes algorithm? How do we connect Serbia and Japan over Kaizen implementation principles? What can we learn about environmental protection and mobile payments in public transportation from Japanese experience? How much are Serbians devoted to Japan and … Continue reading
Third year in a row Japan Tobacco International has been officially certified by the Top Employers Institute for the excellent conditions which provides to its employees.
Japan Tobacco International (JTI), in cooperation with the Embassy of Japan, for the seventh year in a row, announces Sakura scholarship award for all curious and ambitious students and researchers who have Japan as one of the area of interest. … Continue reading
Mercata, a leading distributor of consumer goods in the territory of Serbia, has signed an exclusive six-year contract on business cooperation with Japan Tobacco International’s (JTI), a member of the Japan Tobacco Group, one of the leading companies in the … Continue reading
The company Japan Tobacco International Serbia received the Top Employers Europe and Serbia Top Employer certification for 2017, awarded by the Institute of the same name based in the Netherlands. Thanks to the exceptional conditions offered to its employees, JTI … Continue reading
More than 80 candidates from 30 universities across Serbia have applied to this year’s competition for Sakura (Cherry Blossom) scholarships, which were, for the sixth consecutive year, awarded by Japan Tobacco International, in cooperation with the Embassy of Japan.