Biotechnology and Sustainable Energy

By akim|August 5, 2011|Articles|0 comments

On April 13, 2011 in Chicago, the Austrian Business Agency and Ostina hosted entrepreneur, Dr. Alexander Krajete, for an exciting discussion about biotechnology and sustainable energy.

Balkan Leaders’ Summit 2010

By akim|August 27, 2010|Articles|0 comments

“Making Europe Whole: Completing the Balkans’ Euro-Atlantic Integration”{jathumbnail off} Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New YorkSeptember 22, Wednesday – 6 pm

Celakovski talks about an emerging market in Macedonia

By akim|January 25, 2010|Articles|0 comments

Sasko Celakovski, Director of Business Development at ITgma.com, talks with AmSECC about an exciting emerging market in Macedonia. The idea behind ITgma was to be the preferred software development partner from South East Europe working mainly with clients from United Kingdom and the United States of America.

Thriving real estate business in Romania

By akim|September 18, 2009|Articles|0 comments

European American Investment Group, EAIG, is an investment firm that promotes the country of Romania as an investment destination for foreign investors. Romania’s propitious business climate and its stable economic growth over the last decade, combined with the prospects for future growth is what makes this country an excellent place for real estate projects.

Renewable energy in Croatia

By akim|September 1, 2009|Articles|0 comments

By 2010, 5.8% of the total electric energy in Croatia could be produced from renewable energy sources (RES), which does not include big hydro power plants. In the production of electric energy, this represents 1,139 GWh. The EU and national energy strategy are continuously dictating an increase in the share of energy from water, wind, sun, biomass and geothermal sources.…

ARTISAN – A New Vision For an Old Tradition

By akim|March 8, 2009|Articles|0 comments

Mr. Fadil Costovic established ARTISAN, a furniture manufacture company in Tesanj, Bosnia and Herzegovina, in 2007. Today, the company employs 34 people, and in 2008 made a total of 1 million Euros in revenues, 70% of which came from exported goods.

First joint Albanian-Serbian film coming in June

By akim|March 2, 2009|Articles|0 comments

A pair of Albanian and Serbian filmmakers is collaborating on a film with the hope of bridging their cultures and appealing to international audiences. It will be the first Albanian-Serbian joint cinematic production. The directors hope to have it ready for audiences by June.

Young Bosnian community ready to step onto Chicago’s cultural stage

By akim|March 2, 2009|Articles|0 comments

“It was a question of how long we were going to survive, if we were going to survive at all,” said Mirza Hubjer of his family’s decision to flee their civil war-torn country of Bosnia in 1992. The family of four sought safety in nearby Croatia. But in 1994, when the war crept across country borders, they came to Chicago…

Business without borders

By akim|February 20, 2009|Articles|0 comments

In December of 2008, World Trade Center Illinois in Chicago co-hosted the first U.S.– Serbia IT Business Summit. The event was attended by 47 U.S. and Serbian Companies along with IT professionals, Serbian officials, and honorable guests. Vojislav Milutinovic, a young IT professional and entrepreneur in Serbia attended the summit and connected with AmSECC President, Igor Jokanovic.