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International Agricultural Fair

In association with the EMBASSY of INDIA in Belgrade, the INDIAN-SERBIAN CHAMBER OF BUSINESS & COMMERCE participated in the 91st INTERNATIONAL AGRICULTURAL FAIR in Novi Sad from 18th May till 23rd May 2024. Hon. Counsellor Commercial from the Embassy – Mr. Sandeep Kumar, graced the occasion with his presence and participated in B2B meetings.The focus has been to promote India’s One District One Product (ODOP) initiative, aimed at fostering balanced regional development across all districts of India.B2B meetings have been organised between Serbian and Indian companies to explore Import-Export opportunities. A leading, global Indian agriculture equipment company – Shaktiman is also present at the Fair to showcase their products.


Memorandum of Understanding with ASSOCHAM

INDIAN-SERBIAN CHAMBER OF BUSINESS & COMMERCE is proud to announce that we have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the ASSOCIATED CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY OF INDIA (ASSOCHAM) for the purpose of promoting the development of trade and business relations between India and Serbia. ASSOCHAM is India’s oldest apex chamber, established over 100 years ago. It brings in actionable insights to strengthen the Indian ecosystem, leveraging its network of more than 4,50,000 members, of which MSMEs represent a large segment. With a strong presence in states, and key cities globally, ASSOCHAM also has more than 400 associations, federations and regional chambers in its fold. INDIAN-SERBIAN CHAMBER OF BUSINESS & COMMERCE will work closely with ASSOCHAM to boost business quantum and relations between India and Serbia.


 Belgrade Trade Fair – SEEBBE 2024.

Under the aegis of Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO), 34 Indian companies participated in the prestigious business event – 47th International Belgrade Trade Fair – SEEBBE 2024, from 22-25 April 2024 at Sajam, Belgrade. INDIAN-SERBIAN CHAMBER OF BUSINESS & COMMERCE participated in the event and had engaging discussions together with the Hon. Ambassador Ms. Shubhdarshini Tripathi and Mr. Vineet Arora, Dy. Director, FIEO about how to increase the participations of Indian companies in various fairs in Serbia to improve bilateral business engagements. FIEO and INDIAN-SERBIAN CHAMBER OF BUSINESS & COMMERCE agreed to follow up on the Hon. Ambassador’s advice and would work on ways to increase cross-border business promotion activities between India and Serbia.


Meeting with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Vojvodina

The INDIAN-SERBIAN CHAMBER OF BUSINESS & COMMERCE had a meeting with Mr. Milan Stojanov, Advisor for international economic relations, interregional cooperation and project activities, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY OF VOJVODINA, and discussed about the upcoming 91st International Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad and the possibility of an Indian representation at the Fair. Also discussed were topics about import and export of various agricultural, horticultural and processed food products between India and Serbia. Of particular interest were fruits like Mango, Raspberry and Banana, besides non-fruit products like Basmati rice, and spices from India.


Meeting with the company – TELEOPTIK-GYROSCOPES

The INDIAN-SERBIAN CHAMBER OF BUSINESS & COMMERCE met the Serbian company – TELEOPTIK-GYROSCOPES, a leading company focused on development of avionics and optoelectronics. The meeting with Mr. Zoran Jarić, Acting Director and Dr. Dragan Vuksanović, Director of the Center for the Development fo New Technologies disucssed possible cooperation with Indian companies to bring high TELEOPTIK’s latest technology products to India.


Meeting with The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia

The INDIAN-SERBIAN CHAMBER OF BUSINESS & COMMERCE had a meeting with Ms. Ivana Bajić – Senior Advisor at the CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY OF SERBIA, together with the officials from the Embassy of India in Belgrade – Mr. Sandeep Kumar, Cousellor Commercial; Ms. Rini Daniel, Attache (Pol & Commerce) and Mr. Lazar Jovic, Economic Assistant.   The meeting explored areas of cooperation between the two Chambers to promote business between India and Serbia. Ways of boosting trading of various products of interest were discussed and a follow-up meeting to discuss these in more detail is planned in the coming weeks. The meeting concluded with an authentic Indian lunch – graciously hosted by the Embassy of India, giving our guests from Serbia a taste of delectable Indian cuisine and flavours.

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