During today’s meeting in the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, Ansgar Bornemann, president of the Swiss – Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Marko Cadez, President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, announced a series of activities, including the presentation of the investment potential of Serbia in Geneva on April 2, Business Forum of Swiss and Serbian businessmen at the meeting of the Joint Committee for Economic Cooperation with Switzerland in mid-June in Switzerland, as well as a visit of managers of Swiss companies to Serbia.
The seminar “Customs procedures and agreements”, whichis planned for March 18, is intended for Swiss companies operating in Serbia. The seminar is organized by the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with the Customs Administration.
Marko Cadez, President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, introduced the representatives of the Swiss Chamber of Commerce to the reform of the chamber system in Serbia and asked them to support the project for introducing a dual educationsystem.
The Swiss – Serbian Chamber of Commerce will support the introduction of the dual system in Serbia by motivating offices of the Swiss companies operating in Serbia, including Nestlé, Roche, Holcim, SGS, to offer positions in their companies for a certain period, Bornemannsaid.
We are confident that Swiss companies will recognize a long-term interest in partnership projects of dual education, Bornemannsaid.
Through cooperation and coordination of HR sectors of the companies and training centres of chambers of commerce, the companies could offer case studies and promote examples of good practice.
Aleksandra Stanarevic, Director of the Department for Foreign Economic Relations of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, announced for March 27 the presentation of Ino Pool, which should bring together all bilateral chambers established in Serbia in whose work the Swiss – Serbian Chamber of Commerce will participate.
The meeting was also attended by Marinko Ukropina, Vice President of the Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce, Ana Grujovic, Executive Director, and Darko Mamula, an adviser in the Centre for International Economic Relations of SCC.