Member of the Governing Board of South East Europe Business Development Network (SEEBDN), Ivan Gros, signed a Protocol on Cooperation with the president of the Association of South East Europe Managers Budimir Raickovic.
Gros said that this protocol, signed in Zagreb, will encourage companies', members of both associations, to join forces and continuously improve mutual co-operation.
"Our goal is economic growth and networking within Western European and Southeast European companies, on mutual benefits. We want our activities to support the growth and development of our member companies," Gros said.
Raickovic said that the goal of the Association of SEE managers was to connect the leaders of the largest companies and that thay exchange experience.
"That's why the connection of our two associations will bring new business contacts and open new opportunities for companies," he said.
Gros said that the SEEBDN was founded as an independent business association of prominent managers, entrepreneurs and diplomats from Germany, Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia and the countries of the Western Balkans. In this way, SEEBDN is working to promote the business environment in Southeast Europe and connect business with successful companies in the EU.