Regular ABW meeting
The Association of Business Women in Serbia, on March 27th held its regular meeting.
Topics of this meeting were: Presentation “Opinions on entrepreneurship in Serbia” by Aleksandra Vladisavljevic and Sanja NIkolin on behalf of Bizz ltd. (Business consulting and entrepreneurship development Belgrade, Serbia) and new models of funding the Association.
Business Speed Dating organized by ABW Serbia
The Association of Business Women in Serbia on March 25th organized Business Speed Dating (BSD) at the Centre of emigrants and Serbs in the region.
BSD was organized with the goal to enable easier networking between ABW members; especially for new members who want to present themselves to other members of the Association.
Delegation of the ABW Serbia attending a working lunch with the Ambassador of France
Ambassador of France to the Republic of Serbia François-Xavier Deinau organized a working lunch, on the occasion of Women’s day. Members ABW delegation that attended the lunch were: Sanja Popovic Pantic, Olivera Popovic and Dr Jasmina Knezevic.
The ambassador of France expressed the desire to continue cooperation with the ABW Serbia by making connections with similar associations of business women in France, as well as by connecting French and Serbian entrepreneurs.
Successful presentation of Olivera Popovic at “Balkan Women Coalition” in Bucharest
Vice president of the ABW, Olivera Popovic, attended a seminar „New Opportunities in Business and Development” in Bucharest march 18 – 19. Seminar was organized by Regional Center for Organization Management (RCOM) from Romania.
EBRD presented the results of two-year support to women in business
The first program of European Bank for reconstruction and development (EBRD) designed for women in business assisted over 200 women entrepreneurs – was announced at a conference at “Hyatt regency” hotel in Belgrade.
President of ABW Serbia pointed out the fact that the programs specially designed to support women’s entrepreneurship, such is “Women in Business”, are multiply efficient for one country’s economy.