Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević Vojvodinian houses are made from the same soil they stand on. They are spacious, just like the Vojvodinian soul, decorated with plenty of flowers and create a lot of shade. This is how we here … Continue reading
Share This: Vojvodina, the former bridge between the Orient and Europe, is now bridging the countries of the Balkans and the countries of the European Union. The climate here is European and moderate as people are. Except when Košava blows!
Share This: The arrival of powerful multinational companies in Novi Sad, attract other investors, which value highly skilled workforce, creativity, a strong scientific community and good business conditions, as a magnet
Share This: Foreign companies from the auxiliary automotive industry, which operate in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary, are increasingly seeing Vojvodina as a good destination for starting a new business, or relocating the existing production capacities in order to … Continue reading
Share This: The provincial government will do everything in its power to attract more foreign direct investments to Vojvodina. Our province has to regain its old glory and occupy a rightful place, considering all the resources it disposes of, which … Continue reading
Share This: Back in the day, at the time of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRJ), many found the information that a rather small town of Ljubljana had more holiday cottages (gross number, not per capita) than Munich quite … Continue reading
Share This: Color Media Communications organised the presentation of the “Hello! Travel: Vojvodina” magazine in Novi Sad, at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina.
Share This: More than 150 guests attended on Friday, March 16th, the unique promotion of the luxury edition of “Hello! Travel: Vojvodina”.
Share This: The most recent, the most voluminous issue from the Hello! Travel series, the one covering Vojvodina, 244 pages thick, was presented on Friday during the Belgrade Tourism Fair.
Share This: The promotion of the book was held on Friday, October 27, at the Book Fair in Belgrade, with the panel attended by Robert Čoban as moderator, Žikica Milošević, author, Pawel Sokolowski, Consul of the Embassy of Poland, Iva … Continue reading