Mihailo Vesovic, the president of the Innovations Center of the CCIS, said that there were plenty of opportunities for the successful cooperation with the business and academic communities of Serbia and that the Chamber would provide all the necessary logistics support. He pointed out a number of Serbia's advantages as a good business and investment destination, which, as he said, stands out in particular thanks to its young, educated IT human resources.
Mehmet Kemal Bozay, the Ambassador of Turkey to Belgrade, explained that the Istanbul company's intention was to present the products of Turkish IT companies in Serbia and to recognize those Serbian companies whose products might be placed in the countries of the region in which iF Elektronik Ltd is already operating, reports the website of the Chamber of Commerce of Serbia.
Orhan Karadogan, the president of iF Elektronik Ltd, presented its company, which is currently operating in Saudi Arabia, states of the Persian Gulf, Morocco, Senegal, Iran, Pakistan, Lebanon and Romania. As he said, they are very interested in doing business in the Serbian market and cooperating with the representatives of the banking sector, IT, telecommunications, techno-parks, faculties and universities.