11 May 2021
  • 10:03 Literature – very much alive even in 2021!
  • 10:32 Integration is key to higher economic and social growth
  • 12:50 How the coronavirus outbreak is transforming the insurance industry
  • 14:01 The future used to look like this
  • 09:15 Why the Balkans are known in the world

Literature – very much alive even in 2021!

The festival you can not miss: Fabula Literature of the World festival is one of the biggest literary festivals in the region and beyond. Author: Eva Premk Bogataj, Baletrina Fabula – Literature of the World festival is the biggest and most visited literary festival in Slovenia and the wider region. Founded in 2003, it has […]


Integration is key to higher economic and social growth

The coronavirus has swept across the world with devastating speed, leaving behind consequences that will take years to reverse. However, neither all countries nor all sectors will recover at the same pace. Gregor Pilgram, CEO of Generali Austria, gives his view on post-pandemic recovery in the region. Author: Rok Tomšič, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of […]


How the coronavirus outbreak is transforming the insurance industry

During the pandemic the insurance industry has had to adapt a significant part of its business approach almost overnight. Author: Jan Tomše The onset of COVID-19 pandemic has brought many new challenges to many business sectors, including the insurance industry. As governments across the globe imposed national lockdowns and movement restrictions, insurers have been forced […]


The future used to look like this

‘How will our great-grand-nephews live in the year 2012?’ This was the design brief that landed, in 1912, with the renowned Parisian art printers Norgeu Author: Jure Stojan, DPhil The client was the Parisian chocolate maker Lombart – at the time, chocolatiers competed not only on taste of their produce but also on the quality […]


Why the Balkans are known in the world

10 facts that put Balkans on the world map In Southeast Europe, the Balkans embrace Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia. Portions of Greece and Turkey are also located within this geographic region. The region is known for its turbulent past, diversity, multicultural towns, impressive mountains and […]


Cities in the Adriatic region with investment opportunities – Skopje

2020 has perhaps been the most exceptional year. With everything we know being put into a new perspective due to the pandemic, it has likewise been the year when humans were reminded what can make us be better prepared for the future – knowledge and collaboration, interest in improving existing solutions and processes, and investment […]


Getting ahead of the game

Over the last two decades, Serbia has turned a big corner. It has gone from seeking IMF help to becoming a country that attracts the biggest number of FDIs in the region. While all the countries in the region have been left with dire consequences from the coronavirus crisis, Serbia has been almost unscathed. The […]


Existing problems and COVID-19

Like the rest of the world, the Western Balkans in 2020 were marked by the COVID-19 pandemic in all its manifestations – the crisis of the health care system, the imposition of various state measures, and probably the biggest economic crisis since World War II. Author: Sergej Simoniti, CEO, Coface PKZ The region survived the […]


The Automotive Industry in a geopolitical context

The automotive industry is cyclical, and it is currently in an unprecedented downturn within a major transformation of mobility. This industry is among the last key-industries remaining in the EU, a major employer for up to five million employees. Author: Karin Kneissl, PhD, former minister of foreign affairs of Austria Germany represents an important car-cluster, […]


PROMO: Telekom Slovenije first to roll out a commercial 5G network in Slovenia

Telekom Slovenije, the leading and most advanced Slovenian provider of ICT services, is the first Slovenian operator to take the next step in the development of mobile technology and launch the fifth generation mobile network (5G) nationally by using existing base stations and the 2600 MHz frequency spectrum it already utilizes for its fourth generation […]


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