The AmCham Europe (ACE) holds its annual conference in Belgrade upon the invitation from the American Chambers of Commerce in Serbia, N1 reported on Thursday.
Jelena Pavlovic, the President of the AmCham Serbia Steering Committee, said this was an opportunity for the country to present itself as an attractive investment destination.
“As an active member of the ACE, we managed to bring along a record number of the ACE directors. We will present potentials for investments and development of businesses in Serbia’s market to this important European business network, representing 16,500 companies with over 4.2 million-strong workforce,” Pavlovic said.
She added that this part of Europe was exciting to the US investors, but also to multinational companies which could be seen in the results of attracting investments.
The conference will focus on the exchange of the best practices among the members, the ways how other countries deal with challenges of the business climate and improve the work of state administration, but also contribute to the development and prevent the brain drain.
AmCham Europe organises two annual meetings. One is always held in Washington, while the other in some European city.