In Belgrade, as every year in the organisation of the Slovenian Business Club, an old Slovenian holiday dedicated to young wine – Martinovanje is celebrated, which is most celebrated in Slovenia by all the wine holidays.
On the occasion of the celebration of the Statehood Day and the Day of the Army of the Republic of Slovenia, the Embassy of Slovenia in Belgrade held a reception at the Metropol Hotel.
In one of the largest festivals in the field of marketing communications Warz Innovation Award, was won by Direct Media System for the project “Start, Slovenia!”.
Members of BASS (Business Association of Slovenia and Serbia) held the first meeting in the Zemono Castle. BASS was established in February with the aim of becoming a significant support in the integration of economic and entrepreneurial initiatives from Slovenia … Continue reading
Slovenian Business Club organsed a working meeting at the Hotel In. The special guest was the director of the Development Agency of Serbia Željko Sertić, who spoke to members of SPK-on business conditions in Serbia, Slovenian investments, and the government’s … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević And furthermore. South for the North and the North for the South. Always a little nation, which lost its „Karantanija statehood“ in the early Middle Ages, Slovenes were destined to be a bit shy, a bit closed, … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević Although it was always small, it was always hard-working. The resilience of Slovenian people was shown in the novel „Samonikli“, and it continues up to these days. The stubborn wish to survive under natural and political pressures … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević Slovenes had a long tradition, but as a Westernmost of all the South Slavs, were subdued to strong cultural pressures during the last 1500 years. Fortunately, their culture survived and only got richer by foreign influence
In Belgrade, as every year, the Slovenian Business Club organised, at the restaurant Velika Skadarlija, an party dedicated to old Slovenian holiday of young wine, ,St. Martin’s Day” (“Martinovanje”) which in Slovenia the most celebrated of all wine holidays.
Despite being a relatively small country, in the last quarter of a century of its independence, Slovenia has managed to conquer both European and world markets, which fills me with a sense of pride and self-confidence. At the same time, … Continue reading