GKE supported the establishment of the Council for development of creative industries within the Chamber of Commerce Serbia

Chamber of Commerce Serbia has established a Council for the development of creative industries which will define the strategic guidelines for the development of creative industries and their connections with other branches of the economy in order to improve the competitiveness of the entire Serbian economy. Director of GKE, H. Mikić has given her support for the establishment of the Council, and stressed that this is a continuation of activities started in the promotion of the sector in which the Chamber is involved as a partner since 2005. She said that the Serbian Chamber of Commerce gave its support to the first study to map the creative industries which was conducted in 2005 under the project of the British Council, and which was managed by H. Mikić and that was the initial impetus for further affirmation of the sector.

The meeting was attended by: Hristina Mikic, director of the Creative Economy Group, Veran Matic, Board member of Chamber of Commerce, Misa Lukic, CEO of marketing agency Leo Burnett, Bojan Joksimovic, general manager of marketing agency Luna / TBWA, Uglješa Vrcelj, founder of creative agency Superdot , Anđelka Vlaisavljević, film producer, director and owner of “Work in Progress”, Dragan Bjelogrlić, actor, director and film producer, Dusko Filipovski, architect, Sasa Jaksic, a representative of Grand Music production, Ivan Petrović representative of the festival “EXIT”, Zoran Simjanović, composer, Neven Tubić, a representative of Microsoft Development center in Belgrade, Ljubisa Vuletic, an expert in the field of printing industry, Aleksandar Jerkov, director of the University library “Svetozar Marković”, Branka Totić, Director of the Intellectual property Office of Serbia Jasmina Mitrovic Maric, President of the Management Board of AD “Politika”, adviser to the President of Serbia, Zarko Malinović and Aleksandra Stanarević, advisors to the Chamber of Commerce president.

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