Investors and ideas from across the Southeast Europe at the 5th Balkan Venture Forum
Source: eKapija.BA, 5/15/2014 1:18:37 PM
The 5th Balkan Venture Forum is officially opened today in hotel Termag in Jahorina in front of more than 200 participants and investors from Southeast European countries.
Bosnia and Herzegovina have been hosted Venture Invesment Forum for the first time.
"This is a unique opportunity for all participants of the forum to share their experiences with some of the leading experts dealing with the technology of renewable energy and recycling, information technology and life sciences. Entrepreneurs from the area around the Balkans will use this opportunity to present their activities and to meet with international strategic partners and potential investors, which will greatly facilitate the development and progress of their start-up, products and services, "said Director of Innovation Centre Banja Luka Drago Gveric.
More than 50 business ideas from the region in the next two days will be presented before the 27 investors from the region, Europe and the U.S., and more than 200 participants from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatian, Slovenia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Italy, Germany, Austria , Albania, Bulgaria, Turkey, etc.
"It is a great pleasure to see a large number of successful entrepreneurs with good ideas one place that have come with the same intention, which is to showcase their business, services and products, and to meet future partners and potential investors. On this occasion we would like to thank the partners with whose help we managed to organize the 5th Balkan Venture Forum, namely: ICBL, BIZOO, marketing agency Via Media, "said Alexander Tasev, RARS Balkans Limited, one of the organizers of the forum.
Balkan Venture Forum is one of the main objectives of the Programme and Project SEE VIBE (Venture Initiative in Balkan Europe)and it is co-financed by the European Union.
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