Serbian Embassy in Stockholm Appoints Economic Adviser to Promote Business with Scandinavian CompaniesSerbiaPosted by Chambers of Commerce Sweden - Southeast Europe Thu, July 01, 2010 12:36:13
Serbia has appointed 28 new economic advisers to work in Serbia's diplomatic and consular missions abroad. Economic advisers are positioned in most important economic partner countries such as neighboring countries, EU, Russia, United States, Canada China, and Japan. The advisers, whose mandates began in June 2010, are tasked to promote Serbia's economic potential, attract foreign investments and facilitate export promotion. In addition, their task is to analyze local markets, commercial practices and legislation.
Mirjana Nozic has been appointed to serve as an economic advisor to Serbian Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden. From there, she will be covering all Scandinavian countries: Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland.
Mirjana Nozic was born in 1975. in Belgrade. She holds a Master’s degree from FEFA Singidunum University and Bachelor’s degree from Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade. After her studies she worked in private and in public sector. Mirjana has a long experience in designing and implementing of complex international donors’ funded projects. Such examples would include cooperation with Government of Norway on ODA assistance as well as various other development programs. She is also a certified trainer for Project development and implementation of projects financed by CARDS and IPA (Instruments for Pre Accession to European Union).
Scandinavian companies interested in doing business with Serbia are welcome to contact Ms Nozic via email email@example.com.