European Western Balkans

EUSR hosted Business Leadership Conference in Tuzla

First from a series of Business Leadership Conferences was held by the EU Special Representative Office in BiH under the slogan “Korak po korak” (One step at a time).These conferences will  focus on success stories in business sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina and will discuss how socio-economic issues affect business opportunities and economic development. It welcomed representatives of business community, local governments, NGOs, academia for a discussion on challenges and opportunities at the local business environment in the context of the approaching the European markets.

Business Leadership Conferences will take place in six cities: Tuzla, Mostar, Bijeljina, Bihać, Banja Luka and Sarajevo. In addition to presenting the information on position of local markets, the conferences will discuss topics important for BiH’s European integration process. Experts from BiH and the region will present interesting facts on companies that successfully operate or export to the European Union, on challenges they face and have answered the questions about organizational capacities that are necessary for enterprises and governments to access the EU market. They will also explain how EU funds stimulate economic development in their countries.

Among the speakers who participated at the first conference in Tuzla were: Avdo Halilović (kimblyp.com), Bruno Omerović (Get Koola), Fahrudin Baluković (Aktido), Lejla Vandić Cviko (Business Communication Consultancy), Nebojša Stevanović (Mag-Mal), Nermin Hodžić (Ministry of Development and Entrepreneurship, Tuzla Canton Government), Ana Tomić Osmanović (Bingo), and Zlatan Mulabegović (Steering Board Chairman of Academica Group and BAIT – Association for Information Technologies).


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