The Assembly of European Regions and the Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce of Vojvodina, the Development Agency of Vojvodina and the Enterprise Europe Network, with the support of the European Affairs Fund of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, are organizing the Regional Business Forum on 25-27 September 2018.
The participants of the Forum are regional chambers of commerce, regional development agencies and/or other institutions providing support for the development of small- and
The Regional Business Forum is offering you the opportunity to present your business potential and ideas and to connect with enterprises and institutions that support the development of business climate and the inflow of new investment.
The international event is providing additional support to enterprises to find an international partner. The participants will be allowed to schedule and hold B2B meetings with enterprises and institutions participating in the Forum according to their own needs, based on the information on registered participants.
The sectors to be presented are:
• Agriculture and food industry
• Metal and processing industry
The one-to-one meeting platform is available on the following link: http://rbf2018novisad.talkb2b.net/ and provides the opportunity to promote business cooperation between regions, including free trade and production agreements, joint projects, i.e. joint ventures and joint access to third markets, as well as the exchange of technologies and know-how and cooperation in projects with a high-level of competition and innovation funded by the EU and other donors.
For more information, please visit: rbf.vojvodina.gov.rs
or contact: email@example.com
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