CZECH-SERBIAN CROSS-CLUSTERS FORUM October 13-14, 2016, Nis, Tammy Residence


The first CZ-RS Cluster Forum was held in Nis, Serbia from 13 -14 October 2016



Within the accompanying business matchmaking event between Czech Republic and Serbia in Novi Sad in September 2015, under the patronage of the Czech Prime Minister Mr. Bohuslav Sobotka and Serbian Prime Minister Mr. Aleksandar Vučić, supported by the Czech and Serbian Chambers of Economy, the MoU between the Czech National Cluster Association and the Serbian Cluster House had been ceremonially signed.

The six-month project CZ-RS CrossClustersNETworking SME Trade Bridge, based on the setting up of trade cooperation between export-oriented SMEs in Czech and Serbia using the clusters as an efficient tool for transnational connections, started in May 2016. The mission of the project is to encourage cross-border cooperation between small and medium-sized enterprises – members of the export-oriented clusters through trade cooperation, joint ventures and investments, exchange of knowledge, transfer of know-how and access to new markets.


Initiators and authors of the project are the Global TCI Network members:

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The project is implementing in the framework of Aid for Trade Programme – Serbia, co-funded by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, the Check Development Agency, the Serbian Cluster House and non-financially supported by the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications of the Republic of Serbia and the Czech Embassy in Belgrade.


The Forum had been opened by representatives from national and regional officials from Serbia:

Mr. Zeljko Stojanovic, Senior Advisor, Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunication of the Republic of Serbia

Mr. Milan Krstić, Mayor of the Medijana Municipality, Niš, Serbia

On behalf of the President of Kursumlija Municipality Mr. Dragan Simić, cluster manager, Tourism Cluster Radan, Kuršumlija Municipality, Serbia


The Forum gathered 12 representatives of the Czech clusters and companies and over 70 Serbian clusters and SMEs in the following areas:

EU funded projects. Food processing. Wellness and Health Tourism. Metal sector. Machinery industry. Packaging, chemical industry, bio medicine, recycle industry/waste collection and treatment. Energetics, ecology, oil and gas processing. Wood-processing, Furniture production. Nanotechnology – Agriculture and Food Industry, Chemical Industry (Plastic Material Production) Textile industry – functionalized membranes, application of special composite Nano fibrous yarns.

The Cluster House hosted over 100 SMEs, clusters and academia representatives from Czech and Serbia in Nis, Serbia and contribute to over 60 B2B, C2B and C2C matchmaking meetings.

During the CZ-RS Cluster Forum in Nis, representative of the Serbian Business Women Association and their members supported by the Cluster House initiated the first Serbian Women Cluster Initiative.


October 14, 2016 Check delegation attended the Tourism Cluster Learning Trip „Davil’s Town“ UNESCO protected location within the frame of the Tourism Cluster Radan Kursumlija, South Serbia, with the aims of getting better overview of the development of cluster-based value chain, hearing the Serbian cluster best practice and to contribute to the further internationalization of the clusters and SMEs cooperation in this part of Serbia.

The special importance of this event is that it was organized during the week when the Serbian Prime Minister with Ministries spend a week in the City of Nis with the aim to better understand needs and challenges of Serbian people from the South East Serbia which is the poorest part of Serbia but with the huge capacities in agriculture and food processing, textile, construction, wood processing and furniture production, metal, energy and IT.

From 1-3 November 2016 the Serbian Cluster Family will visit Prague with the aim to further develop business cooperation which started in Serbia and to support transfer of lessons learnt and the best practices in the field of cluster-based economic development.


The following project outputs will be achieved:

– export-oriented clusters and SMEs in the CZ & RS is  mapped and business cooperation is initiated

– interactive web platform/forum for direct business cooperation between the CZ & RS developed

– case studies of the successful internationalization of SMEs in clusters in CZ & RS are created

– Internationalization strategies of two clusters in CZ & RS are prepared.


BCD2The Balkan Cluster Day conference was held in Nis on March 25, 2016. It gathered 48 clusters and cluster initiatives and 100 participants from public, academia and business sector from 7 countries: Italy, Montenegro, Macedonia, BiH, Turkey, Bulgaria and Serbia. It has been promoted by the Global TCI Cluster Network Barcelona, European cluster network ECCP Brussels, Bulgarian Dnevnik, Izmir Cluster Development and all Serbian media. Participants had opportunity to meet each other, set up partnerships for future cross border IPA and other EU and bilateral business development projects.


The event was focused on clusters in tourism, textile, agro, energy efficiency, construction and urban planning, old crafts and youth entrepreneurship. It was opened by Dr. Danka Milojkovic, a director of the Global TCI Board of Directors responsible for clusters in SEE and The Balkan Cluster project manager. It had been supported by the General Consulate of the Republic of Bulgaria with the aim to boost the CBC BG-SER economic cooperation and a high representative of the Republic of Serbia Assembly Mr. Milija Miletic in order to promote investment in the South Serbia.


Special guests from Macedonian Ministry of Economy Prof. Dr. Nikolina Trajanovska and the University ‘Cirilo and Metodije’ Prof. Dr. Radmil Polenakovik introduced participants with Macedonian cluster policy and community and announced the leading cluster event in the SEE, the 7th Balkan and Black Sea conference DAYS OF CLUSTERS at Ohrid Macedonia from 22-24 September 2016.




DUNDJER AT BALKAN CLUSTER PROJECT Workshop November 13, 2015 Nis

The Balkan Cluster Project is co-funded by EU through the Bulgaria-Serbia IPA Cross-border Programme, aiming at creating a platform for collaboration of clusters, SMEs and support institutions in the cross-border region of Bulgaria and Serbia.


The project duration is 12 months. The project activities started in May 2015 and will be implemented by two project partners: the Foundation for Entrepreneurship Development, Sofia and the Cluster House, Nis.


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Key project activities include: cluster mapping and survey of clusters’ needs; cluster capacity building training through joint workshops and seminars; networking and introduction of EU models of cluster development for creating a better environment for clusters’ and SMEs’ development in Bulgaria and Serbia; drafting of a Strategy for the development of a Balkan clusters networking; promotional and information activities.


The development of the project website  will contribute to increasing the efficiency of the exchange of information and knowledge, and the effectiveness of the business networking.

An International conference “Days of Clusters” in Nis and a Closing conference in Sofia will mark the end of the project.



MODELS OF CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT IN EU On September 25, in the House of Clusters in Nis, within the realization of the project of the cross-border cooperation of the regions of Serbia and Bulgaria” Balkan Claster” the seminar “Presentation of the Models of Clusters Development in EU“ was held. The models of clusters in EU, their development and their contribution to the entire economic development, as well as some successful examples were presented by Biljana Avramovic, a lecturer and director of the Construction Cluster “Dundjer“.



For the successful cluster development, as well as the development of economics in general, it is necessary to establish the adequate communication among the representatives of economy, institutions of development and representatives of government, thus, the economic, not administrative regionalization must be of a greater priority – this was emphasized at the seminar. The state makes efforts to keep its dominant role, and the entrepreneurs are considered to be a source of profit for the state. Actually, it should be opposite. The state should have the private entrepreneur in focus, it should provide the adequate business environment and it should systematically encourage the creativity and entrepreneur spirit. Biljana Avramovic emphasized that the enormous number of people is employed in small and medium-sized enterprises, and this is of great importance for social stability and peace.

Visit to China expo in Budapest 15.06. – 16. 06. 2014.

Goals of China Smart Expo 

  • To better promote “Belt and Road Initiative” and deepen the cooperation between China-CEEC, China Smart Expo is launched as a platform, to introduce China brands and products to CEEC countries.
  • Central European Trade and Logistics Cooperation Zone, the official/governmental China national-level trade and economic cooperation zone in EU, has been the main organizer of China Smart Expo

Since 2010, China Smart Expo has been held yearly in Budapest, Hungary

  • Hosted by Ministry of Commerce of People’s Republic of China
  • Organized by Trade Development Bureau of Ministry of Commerce of China
  • Co-organized by China Center for International Economic Exchange, Central European Trade and Logistics Cooperation Zone
  • Supported by Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Hungary, Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency, ChinaCham Hungary
  • Supported by departments of commerce of different provinces and cities in China
  • All Chinese exhibitors are authorized by Chinese government and can be 100% trusted
  • 300 Chinese exhibitors are endorsed by departments of commerce of certain provinces
  • 12 industries, thousands of available goods
  • 4300+ registrants
  • 2000 match-making points booked and implemented
  • Visitors came from Hungary, Serbia, Slovakia, Romania, Slovenia, Croatia, Czech Republic etc…
  • 300 Chinese exhibitors authorized by departments of commerce of certain provinces and cities
  • 12 industries including electronics, home appliance, building materials, furniture, hardware, LED & Lighting, machinery, textile, agriculture product, chemicals, etc.
  • Language barrier? We provide EN-CH or HU-CH interpreters free of charge
  • Maximize your visit: Pre-study interesting products at, book a timeslot with your preferred exhibitors, then verify their products at China Smart Expo 2014 and negotiate your business deal












Ciljevi China Smart Expo

Da bi bolje promovisali “Inicijativu za pojas i put” i produbili saradnju između Kine i CEEC-a, Kina Smart Expo je predstavljena kao platforma, koja će predstaviti Kineze brendove i proizvode u zemljama CEEC-a.
Zona Centralne Evrope za trgovinu i logistiku, zvanična / vladina kineska trgovinska i ekonomska saradnja na području EU u EU, bila je glavni organizator China Smart Expo
Od 2010. China Smart Ekpo održava se godišnje u Budimpešti, Mađarska
Hostuje Ministarstvo trgovine NR Kine
U organizaciji Biroa za razvoj trgovine Ministarstva trgovine Kine
U organizaciji Kineskog centra za međunarodnu ekonomsku razmjenu, Centralnoevropske zone trgovine i logistike
Podržana od strane Ambasade Narodne Republike Kine u Mađarskoj, Mađarske agencije za promociju investicija, ChinaCham Hungari
Podrška odeljenja za trgovinu različitih provincija i gradova u Kini
Svi kineski izlagači su ovlašćeni od strane kineske vlade i mogu biti 100% pouzdani

300 kineskih izlagača podržali su odeljenja za trgovinu pojedinih provincija
12 industrija, hiljade dostupnih dobara
4300+ registranata
Rezervisano i odrzano 2000 B2B sastanka
Posetioci su dolazili iz Mađarske, Srbije, Slovačke, Rumunije, Slovenije, Hrvatske, Češke i drugih …

300 kineskih izlagača odobrenih od strane trgovinskih odeljenja pojedinih provincija i gradova
12 industrija uključujući elektroniku, kućni aparat, građevinski materijal, nameštaj, hardver, LED i rasveta, mašine, tekstil, poljoprivredni proizvod, hemikalije itd.
Jezička barijera? Nudimo besplatne EN-CH ili HU-CH tumače
Povećajte svoju posetu: unapredite zanimljive proizvode na, napravite vremensku razmenu sa svojim omiljenim izlagačima, zatim potvrdite svoje proizvode na China Smart Expo 2014 i pregovarajte o vašem poslovnom projektu

DUNDJER AT Days of Clusters October 25 – 26, 2012, hotel Tammy Residence Nis





October 25th and 26th, 2012.



Serbia – 18000 Nis, St. Durmitorska (entrance bb)

Photo gallery 2012

11:40 – 11:50 “Cluster Network of Institutions for Drought Effects Reduction“

o Mladen Milanovic, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, University of Nis, RS

11:50 – 12:15 Discussion
12:30 – 13:30 Buffet Lunch
13:30 – 16:15 FOURTH SESSION:

Good Practices of Cluster Development (continuation)

Session Moderator: Slavenka Dinic, Cluster House Nis Coordinator
13:30 – 13:40 “Cluster Excellence Initiative“

o Zorica Maric, Senior Advisor, Ministry of Finance and Economy, RS

13:40 – 13:50 “Cluster House Training Center“

o Nevena Stanisavljevic, Cluster House Training Center Coordinator

13:50 – 14:10 FILM – „The LEDIB Cluster Success Stories“
14:10 – 14:20 “Women’s Entrepreneurship Network Serbia”

o Vera Veljanovski, Project coordinator, partner Serbian Chamber of commerce, Consortium of WENS project (NARD, Serbian Chamber of commerce, Assosiation of Business Women, SIEPA) and Female Entrepreneurship Ambassadors

14:20– 14:30 “Design for Growth and Prosperity (Recommendations of European Design Innovation Initiative)“

o Tatjana Kalezic, Cluster of creative industry of Vojvodina, Novi Sad

14:30 – 14:40 “Cluster support in brand develoment”

o Natasa Sivevska, Executive Director, Association of Textile producers of Macedonia – Textile cluster, Macedonia

14:40 – 14:50 “Automotive Cluster of Serbia – AC-SERBIA“

o Igor Vijatov, Cluster Manager, Automotive Cluster of Serbia – AC-SERBIA, Belgrade

14:50 – 15:00 “Spreading out of cluster infrastructure to the southest of Europe in the sector of aeronautics and cosmonautics“

o Velibor Vukasinovic, Director, Cluster of Serbian Aeronautical Industry-UVIS, Belgrade

15:00 – 15:10 “ ICT Clusters in Serbia – New Synergy“

o Goran Mladenovic, Cluster Manager, NiCAT – Nis, Cluster of Advanced Technologies, Nis

15:10 – 15:20 “Cluster DUNDJER as a partner at 2 FP7 innovation projects“

                o Biljana Avramovic, Cluster Manager, Construction Cluster DUNDJER, Nis

15:20 – 15:30 „Development of transport and logistics in AP Vojvodina“

o Milan Vučinić, Advisor to the Gen. Director Serbian Railways and Cluster Manager of Cluster of transport and logistics of Vojvodina, Apatin, RS

15:30 – 15:40 “ Presentation of Association Green Build – operational work “

o Milan Gocic, Cluster Manager, Association Green Build Cluster , Nis, RS

15:40 – 16:15 Discussion
16:15 – 16:30 Closing Remarks
                o Carsten Lund, MSc, LEDIB Programme Director

o Danka Milojkovic, MSc, President of SCC Council for Clusters

16:30 – 17:30 Closing Cocktail


Biljana Avramovic, cluster general manager of Construction cluster Dundjer speaks at DAYS OF CLUSTERS 2012 at Tammy Residence



DUNDJER AT Cluster day at Fair of clusters and SME, May 5th, 2010, Hall Čair, Nis


Sesija Satnica Kratak opis sesije Učesnici
Registraci ja 09:30-10:00 Registracija učesnika
Otvaranje 10:00-10:30 Otvaranje de biti organizovano uz prisustvo pokrovitelja projekta, direktora NRA , gradonačelnika Niša i predsednika RPK Niš – Carsten Lund, direktor LEDIB programa

– Ivica Eždenci, direktor NRA

– Miloš Simonović, gradonačelnik Niša

– Milovan Kocić, predsednik RPK Niš

Modna revija 10:30-11:00 Nakon otvaranja, a pre zvaničnog početka rada na sesijama i okruglim stolovima, prisutnima de biti prikazana modna revija Agencije Select. Agencija Select

Predstaviće se:

Savez Start up Klastera Niškog regiona

Građevinski Start-up Klaster Niš

Tekstilni Start-up Klaster Niš

Agro Start-up Klaster Niš

Medical Start-up Klaster

Start-up Klaster Usluga

Tekstilni klaster IMPULS Niš

Građevinski klaster OPEKA-BRICK Niš

Moderator sesije

Goran Zlatković, koordinator komponente Razvoj klastera LEDIB programa


– Jasna Stevović, predsednica

– Ivana Lukić, predsednica

– Miloš Stević, predsednik

– Dragan, predsednik

– Slađana Vučković, predsednica

– Zoran Milutinović, predsednik

– Arsenije Mitrović, predsednik

– Zoran Zlatković, predsednik

Pauza 12:00-12:15


Pozdravna reč Bugarskog konzula

Podrška preduzetničkom razvoju Nemačkog programa HELP

Podrška preduzetničkom razvoju od strane IPA fondova

Evrospka mreža preduzetništva u Srbiji

Bolji pristup povoljnim kreditima

Moderator sesije

Ljubiša Mitić, direktor predstavništva PKS u Sofiji


– Nj.E. Georgi Jurukov, generalni konzul

– Maša Bubanj, direktor kancelarije HELP programa u Nišu

– Kristina Ašković, Koordinator programa Bugarska-Srbija, Ministarstvo finansija RS

– Aleksandar Arsić, Vladimir Jovanović, Evropska mreža preduzetništva

– Goran Gašić, NLB banka

Koktel 13:30-14:15


Iskustvo u razvoju klastera

Uloga PKS u ekonomskom razvoju Srbije

Doprinos institucionalnog povezivanja razvoju klastera

Iskustva projektog uspostavljanja klastera na primeru ALKO klastera u Leskovcu

Uloga KLER-a u ekonomskom razvoju Grada Niša

Izgradnja kapaciteta RPK Niš u skladu sa potrebama članica – projektni pristup

Moderator sesije

Vidosava Džagić, potpredsednica PKS


– Andrzej Schafernaker – SECEP program i Ivan Brkić, samostalni savetnik MERRA i Nacionalni direktor projekta SECEP

– Vidosava Džagić, potpredsednica PKS

– Jasminka Luković- Jagličić, RRA Šumadija

Biljana Avramović – građevinski klaster DUNĐER

– Novica Ranđelović, director Centra za razvoj klastera i potpredsednik GOPN

– Milan Ranđelović, direktor KLER-a grada Niša

– Danka Milojković, koordinator komponente razvoj poslovnih organizacija LEDIB programa

– Saša Matejić, generalni sekretar RPK Niš

Pauza 15:30-15:45
Četvrta sesija 15:45-17:00 PRIMERI DOBRE PRAKSE IZ SRBIJE

Predstaviće se:

Klaster Auto industrije Srbije

Klaster Šumadijski cvet

Moderator sesije

Zlatica Pešić, pomodnica direktora Tigar trade doo Pirot, predsednica Nadzornog odbora Auto klastera Srbije


– Igor Vijatov, predsednik klastera AI

– SimonZečević – direktor klastera Šumadijski cvet

Zatvaranje 17:00-17:30 Sumirace se rad i formulisati predlozi – Carsten Lund, direktor LEDIB programa

Photo gallery 2010









DUNDJER AT DAYS OF CLUSTERS October 27 – 28, 2011, Regent Club, Nis

NIS, Regent club, October 27 – 28, 2011


Thursday, October 27, 2011


Registration 10:00 – 10:30

Registration of participants, The Regent club, TPC GORCA, Obrenoviceva 10 St.

Opening 10:30 – 11:00


Opening remarks by Conference partners:

  • Mr Carsten Lund, LEDIB Programme Director and LEDIB Cluster House Union Assembly President
  • Ms Ana Zegarac, Assistant Director, Head of Direction for Regional Development, National Agency for Regional Development
  • Mr Aleksandar Gracanac, SME Coordinator, Serbian Chamber of Commerce
  • Mr Dejan Gojkovic, Consultant, Government of Republic of Serbia, European Integrations Office
  • Mr Milos Simonovic, City of Nis Mayor
  • Mr Miroljub Grozdanovic, University of Nis Rector
  • Mr Aleksandar Mitic, Regional Chamber of Commerce Nis President
  • Ms Danka Milojkovic, International Conference DAYS OF CLUSTERS Project Director


First Session 11:15 – 12:45

Role of Local and International Organization in Cluster Development in Serbia

  • Serbian Chamber of Commerce – Cluster Council, Strengthening Cluster Policy Cooperation in Europe: looking ahead to a new policy agenda , Ms Vesna Rusic 10 min
  • City of Nis Department for Agricultural Development, Ms Aleksandra Brzakovic, Head of Department 10 min
  • PROGRESS EU Programme, Economic Aspects of PROGRES Programme, Mr Dobrivoje Stancic, Municipal Management and Development Planning Component Manager 10 min
  • SECEP EU Programme, Project SECEP’s Support to Cluster Development, Mr Andrzej Schafernaker, Team Leader 10 min
  • LEADER EU Programme, LEADER Initiative in Serbia with Focus on Local Action Groups , Mr Predrag Markovic, LEADER National Coordinator 10 min
  • Danish Programme for Local Economic Development – LEDIB, Cluster Competitiveness Analysis,10 min

Session Moderator:

Ms Danka Milojkovic, SCC Cluster Council President

Break 14:45 – 13:00

Second Session 13:00 – 14:15

Institutional Networking Contribution to Cluster Development in Serbia

  • Institute of Economy, Small and Medium Enterprises in Macro-economic Outline of Serbia, Mr Borko Milosavljevic 10 min
  • Regional Chamber of Commerce Nis, Role of RCC Nis in Development of Cluster Organizing, Mr Aleksandar Popovic 10 min
  • Institute of Intellectual Property, Support of Institute of Intellectual Property to SME Sector, Mr Nikola Radovanovic 10 min
  • Regional Chamber of Commerce Leskovac, Adriatic Economic Cluster Club, Mr Jovica P.Djordjevic, RCC Leskovac Secretary General, Project Communications Manager 10 min
  • Ministry of Finance – Free Trade Zones Department, Benefits of Serbian Free Trade Zones Operations, Mr Dragan dr. Kostic 10 min
  • Danish Programme for Local Economic Development – LEDIB, Innovational Networks or Cluster Development, Ms Danka Milojkovic 10 min

Session Moderator:

Professor Milan Vemic, PhD, Consultant for Small and Medium Enterprises

INFO HOUR OF CLUSTERS – Clusters promotion on info stands in the Regent Club garden 14:15 – 15:30


Lunch (buffet) 14:15 – 15:30

Third Session 15:30 – 16:30

Examples of Good Practice in Neighbouring Countries

  • Bulgaria / Bulgarian Furniture Cluster, Ms Genoveva Christova 10 min
  • Slovenia / Role of GOSPODARSKA ZBORNICA DOLENJSKE in Strengthening of Public-Private Partnership and Applying for EU Funds, Mr Franci Bratkovic 10 min
  • FYROM / Sojuz na stopanski komori na Makedonija as a Partner for Your Business in FYROM, Mr Mitko Aleksov 10 min
  • Slovenia / Presentation of Leader Projects in Slovenia, Mr Matjaz Pavlin 10 min
  • Hungary / Presentation of Partnership Center for Clusters and enterprises from Subotica, founded within PACCLE Project, Mr Laszlo Samu 10 min

Session Moderator:

Mr Goran Zlatkovic, LEDIB Cluster House Board of Directors President

Fashion Show of Textile Cluster from Nis 16:45 – 17:30

Nis Sightseeing Tour 17:45 – 19:15

Official Dinner 100 guests 20:30 – 23:00

Friday, October 28, 2011


Fourth Session 10:00 – 15:30

Examples of Good Practice in Serbia 10:00 – 11:15

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  • DUNDJER Nis Construction Cluster, Ms Biljana Avramovic, Cluster Manager, SCC Cluster Council Member 10 min

  • Opeka – Brick Construction Cluster, Mr Zoran Zlatkovic, Cluster Manager, LEDIB Cluster House Member 10 min
  • Touristic Clusters of Subotica – Palic Micro-region Fund Fond, Mr Dejan Zakic, Manager 10 min
  • Regional Chamber of Commerce Kragujevac, Regional Car Cluster of Central Serbia 10 min
  • Chamber of Commerce Beograd, Cluster manufacturers and retailers ornamental plants “Plants United”, Ms Milijana Tomanovic, adviser 10 min

Session Moderator:

Mr Goran Zlatkovic, LEDIB Cluster House Board of Directors President

Examples of Good Practice in Serbia – part 2 11:15 – 12:15

  • Start-up Clusters, Ms Nevena Stanisavljevic, Cluster Facilitator, LEDIB Cluster House Member 10 min
  • NICAT Nis Cluster of Innovative Technologies (supported by SECEP Programme), Mr Goran Mladenovic, Cluster Manager 10 min
  • Nisava District Textile Cluster, Ms Jelena Vuckovic, Cluster Facilitator, LEDIB Cluster House Member 10 min
  • Serbian Furniture Cluster (supported by SECEP Programme), Ms Milica Dimitrijevic, Cluster Manager 10 min
  • Show Room – Union of Start-up Clusters Pilot Project, Ms Jasna Stevovic, President, LEDIB Cluster House Member 10 min

Session Moderator:

Ms Slavenka Dinic, LEDIB Cluster House Office Manager

MoU SIGNING CEREMONY of Clusters – Conference Participants

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BREAK – Lunch (buffet) 12:15 – 13:00

Examples of Good Practice in Serbia – part 2 13:00 – 14:00

  • RECIKLAZA JUG Cluster, Mr Boban Jankovic, Cluster Manager 10 min
  • Textile Cluster – LZOTEKS, Mr Radovan Ivanovic, Board of Directors President 10 min
  • JUG Cheese Cluster, Mr Ivan Pavlovic, Cluster Manager 10 min
  • The Danube Tourism Cluster – ISTAR 21, Ms Biljana Mačeta, Cluster Manager 10 min

Session Moderator:

Mr Goran Zlatkovic, LEDIB Cluster House Board of Directors President

BREAK 14:00 – 14:15

Examples of Good Practice in Serbia – part 3 14:15 – 15:15

  1. Association of Business Women Nis, Ms Vesna Jeftovic, President 10 min
  2. Union of South East Serbia Associations of Businesspeople and Clusters, Mr Sasa Lukovic 10min
  3. BEST – Association of Technical Sciences Students of Europe, Mr Mladen Milosevic 10 min
  4. HOMO TURISTICUS Academy, Function of Media in Business Community and Cluster Operations, Mr Dusan Sencanski 10 min

Session Moderator:

Ms Danka Milojkovic, SCC Cluster Council President

Closing Cocktail 15:30 – 16:30

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Photo gallery 2011