Mineco presented IMP@CT European “mining revolution” project

Posted by Aleksandra Hristov on June 15th, 2017 under Events | No Comments »

Hristov Consulting client, the British company Mineco, which manages several lead and zinc mines in the Western Balkans, has begun to work together with its partners on a big European project Impact that aims to launch a ‘mining revolution’ by finding the best methods for exploiting small metal deposits.

Under this project, 10 partner organisations from Great Britain, France, Germany and Finland will focus on finding innovative ways of exploiting mineral resources on smaller sites, where exploitation with existing solutions is unprofitable

The Impact project has received a €7 million grant from the EU research and innovation programme Horizon 2020 to develop targeted, technological innovation in the design of mining equipment, and in planning in the field of mining. Team members say that innovation will not only reduce the need for feasibility studies, but will also improve the quality of the extracted material, infrastructure, land use, resource consumption and waste generation.

British-Serbian Business Conference 180th anniversary of Serbia and Great Britain diplomatic relations

Posted by Aleksandra Hristov on March 3rd, 2017 under Events | No Comments »

“Key Business Opportunities” British-Serbian conference was held in Belgrade, marking the great jubilee – 180 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Serbia and the United Kingdom.

The conference was organized by the Belgrade Eurosfera Consulting company, under the auspices of the Minister for European Integration of the Republic of Serbia, with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, the Embassy of Great Britain in Serbia, the Ministry of International Trade of Great Britain, the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Serbian Parliament, the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, the British Society in Serbia and the British Business Network.

The fifth British-Serbian conference in Belgrade was dedicated to enhancing cooperation in prospective economic sectors, such as health and health tourism, safety and protection in business, education and entrepreneurship, mining and energy, food and beverage, production and services, but also Accessible and other relevant ideas and initiatives.

Ekonometar and Biznis magazin celebrated eleventh year anniversary

Posted by Aleksandra Hristov on February 22nd, 2017 under Events | No Comments »

On eleventh year anniversary of the publication of magazine Ekonometar and magazine Biznis http://www.nirapress.com, the founder and editor-in-chief of these editions, Radojka Nikolic and her associates, organized a ceremony where she presented their business results and future plans. In the presence of numerous officials, bankers, businessmen and economists, the Planet Business Awards were awarded in three categories – for successful management of the company, for successful entrepreneurship and for the highest amount of funds donated to the community in previous year.

Training for Public Relations for Civil Society Organizations in Serbia by Hristov Consulting and USAID

Posted by Aleksandra Hristov on January 22nd, 2017 under Events | No Comments »

Hristov Consulting, in cooperation with USAID, organized two day training on public relations for civil society organizations on January 25-26 in Belgrade. On the first day of the training participants were managers and public relations officers from organizations, while the second day of training was intended only for PR people.

The aim of the training was to present the best ways for communication with the public to civil society organizations, USAID partners in Serbia, and to point out the importance of systematic work in this field. The team of Hristov Consulting, who prepared training materials in cooperation with USAID, consisted of three facilitators (Aleksandra Hristov, Goradna Lazarevic and Miodrag Kostic), and the participants had the opportunity to discuss and share experiences with the editor of Phonet Zoran Sekulic and the editor of Blic Zlata Djordjevic.

Communicating in crisis situations lecture at the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade

Posted by Aleksandra Hristov on November 26th, 2016 under Events | No Comments »

I was invited by Prof. Dr. Galjina Ognjanov professor of marketing at University of Belgrade Faculty of Economics to hold a lecture on “Communicating in crisis situations” for students of Public Relations section of marketing department. Lecture on crisis communication continues the tradition of the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade to bring experienced professionals from successful consulting companies in Serbia.

Zoran Sekulic Awarded the Legion of Honor

Posted by Aleksandra Hristov on October 25th, 2016 under Events | No Comments »

Zoran Sekulic, founder and Director of News Agency FoNet, was awarded the Legion of Honor, France’s highest decoration, by the ambassador of France in Belgrade Christine Moro.
Convinced that lasting stability and universal prosperity can not exist without the rule of law, respect for human and minority rights, freedom of expression and freedom of the media, I believe that the citizens of Serbia deserve a better press and better journalism, professional, knowledgeable and responsible. They deserve journalists and editors who work in the public interest, and owners who do not trade confidence, Sekulic said at a ceremony at the French embassy.
French Ambassador to Serbia Christine Moro said that the President of France Francois Hollande decided to award Zoran Sekulicr this recognition for his involvement in the service of the defense of media development and their independence in Serbia and in Europe.

In memoriam Svetlana Đurđević – Lukić (1963-2016)

Posted by Aleksandra Hristov on September 24th, 2016 under Events | No Comments »

A longtime client and friend Hristov consulting, Svetlana Djurdjevic Lukic (53) director and one of the founders of the independent think tank the Center for Public Policy Research, a respected analyst and expert on US foreign policy, human security and security policy, tragically passed away at age 53.

She has led a number of projects, with a particular interest on the most important security problems for all  Serbian citizens, as well as various social groups in Serbia – young people, Roma, LGBT and women. She has published various works such as monographs and articles in various anthologies and magazines. As a tireless activist, Svetlana was engaged in various working groups in Serbia. Some of them are Government Working Group for drafting the National Action Plan for the implementation of Resolution 1325 of the UN Security Council from 2016 to 2020, the Council of the Center for Foreign Policy Forum for International Relations of the European Movement in Serbia, and others.

She regularly worked with the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the Geneva Center for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF). Before founding the Center for Public Policy Research Svetlana worked as a researcher and adviser in the Department for International Development London School of Economics (LSE) in London; Institute for Foreign Policy in Philadelphia, USA; Center for small arms control in South-East Europe (SEESAC) and the OSCE Mission in Belgrade. She was also involved in several projects of the Serbian Ministry of Science, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Defense, as a researcher and associate at the Institute for International Politics and Economics, and the Institute for Strategic Research and the Institute Vinca.

Svetlana’s departure is a great personal and professional loss not only for the Center and its associates, but also the general public in Serbia. Svetlana leaves behind a husband and two children, as well as many close friends. We remain deeply saddened by her sudden and tragic death.

Two scholarships awarded by Harvard Club of Serbia

Posted by Aleksandra Hristov on April 15th, 2016 under Events | No Comments »

Harvard Club of Serbia

Our Harvard Club of Serbia awarded for the second time two yearly scholarships for continued studies for two students in Serbia. The scholarships were presented by his excellency Mr. Kajl Rendolfa Skat the US Ambassador in Serbia and Dr. Dejan Popovic President of the National Council of the Higher Education  in Serbia and in the presence of Ms. Kori Udovicki Vice Premier of Serbia, and members of the Harvard Club of Serbia at the residency of the US Ambassador in Serbia.

The awards were given to Jelena Todić student of the Faculty of Law Belgrade University and Mihajlo Novakovic student of the Faculty of Physical Chemistry Belgrade University.

Hristov Consulting Press Trip for Macedonian Journalists

Posted by Aleksandra Hristov on March 5th, 2016 under Events | No Comments »

For its client Mineco Limited, member of Mineco Group Hristov Consulting Hristov Consulting organized three day press trip for group of journalists from Macedonia to inform Macedonian public on Minco’s successful business in Balkans region. The journalist have visited two mines: Mine Rudnik near Gornji Milanovac in Serbia and Mine Sase in Republika Srpska and talk with their representatives.

Press trip has resulted in positive reporting on Mineco and its workers in Macedonian media. The first 4 days after the trip there were 24 publications (3 in news agencies, 4 in daily press, 3 TV, 1 weekly, and 13 on web portals).

Journalists visited the production facilities, laboratories and mines. The management informed them on what is needed for a mine to be successful and the need for continuous investments in infrastructure and business improvements. They discussed the environment protection and the importance of training the employees and continuously improving work conditions.

10th year anniversary of Biznis and Ekonometar magazines

Posted by Aleksandra Hristov on February 24th, 2016 under Events | No Comments »

In the last 10 years Biznis and Ekonometar magazines have gained position on Serbian media scene as important medium for all the people who are interested in economy and entrepreneurship.
“The Government of Serbia has proclaimed year 2016 as the year of entrepreneurship, and we had the decade of entrepreneurship” said Radojka Nikolić, the founder and owner of NIRA PRESS d.o.o /
In the panel discussion “Serbian economy from 2006 to 2012” the participants were the prominent Serbian economists: Ljubomir Madžar, Stojan Stamenković, Draginja Đurić, Ivan Nikolić, Nikola Antiparmakov, Miroslav Miletić i Dragoljub Vukadinović.

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