Belgrade, March 07, 2021 – Eurobank Direktna is the Silver Sponsor of the 29th Kopaonik Business Forum, organised on March 06-09, in the Congress Centre of the Grand Kopaonik Hotel at Mt. Kopaonik.
“The Kopaonik Business Forum is the event of relevance for the entire region, representing a platform for exchanging views and opinions on important economic and social issues for decades. This year’s panellists will review key challenges from the business and economic aspects and launch constructive discussions on sustainable growth and development, digital transformation and Serbia’s prospects by 2030. Since our country participated in drafting the Agenda 2030, adopted by the UN Assembly, it is of utmost significance to hear experts’ opinions about adequate ways of meeting the set objectives. For nearly two decades, Eurobank Direktna has been a reliable partner to the business sector in Serbia and its support to the Kopaonik Business Forum confirms its commitment to development of the business sector in our country,” said Slavica Pavlović, President of Executive Board at Eurobank Direktna.
The Kopaonik Business Forum is the biggest business event in this part of Europe and an occasion for discussion about ongoing economic and social issues in Serbia. The Forum gathers more than 1,200 participants, including the Serbian Government’s officials, members of the diplomatic corps, businesspeople, local and foreign investors and representatives of international financial organisations.
The central topic of the Forum will be “Serbia 2030: Sustainable Development Agenda”, with this year’s program including 33 panel discussions about ongoing issues in the area of social and economic development, education, health care, CSR, sustainability and digitisation, with a total of 200 panellists and eight plenary speeches.
On the first day, participants will be addressed by the Finance Minister Siniša Mali and the National Bank of Serbia Governor, Jorgovanka Tabaković, and the Forum will traditionally be closed with a speech of the Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić.