Robert Jenovai, Nelt’s Executive Director, gave a presentation to launch the How to Do Business with Sub-Saharan Africa conference, organized by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia. Nelt was also the only participating company from Serbia, while the rest of the participants were representatives of African companies and embassies.
The April 25 conference focused on the development of Africa’s business potential. That this is a prosperous market is also demonstrated by the results of the Republic Statistical Office, according to which the trade between Serbia and Africa over the past five years has been on a constant rise.
This event brought together Serbian businessmen and companies from Nigeria, Sudan, Congo, Kenya, Angola, Zambia, and Mozambique, as well as economic and diplomatic representatives of several African countries.
Robert Jenovai, Nelt’s Executive Director, gave a presentation supported by relevant information and experiences both from the business arena and the life in Africa itself. Apart from him, the conference was attended laso by other representatives of NELT.
“In addition to the successful NELT, today we heard about experiences of African companies that came to Serbia in the desire to establish cooperation with manufacturers of food and agricultural products, medicines, cosmetics, household chemicals, textiles and footwear, construction, mining, automotive industry, and education,” said Miroslav Miletić, vice president of the CCIS.