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Digitalisierung - Neue Herausforderungen für das Handwerk


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28.09.2017/Nis/Serbien – Am 28.09.2017 fand in Nis, Konferenzsaal des Hotels “Best Western Hotel MyPlace” ein Workshop zum Thema “Digitalisierung – Neue Herausforderungen für das Handwerk” statt. Der Workshop wurde vom Mittelstandsbüro Balkan, Handwerkskammer Koblenz und dem Handwerkerverband Nis organisiert und fand im Rahmen des Projektes “Westlicher Balkan” statt, dass vom Bundesministerium für internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung unterstützt wird.

Zum Workshop waren Unternehmer aus der Region Nis eingeladen, wie auch Studenten der Wirtschaftsfakultät. Refenten dieses Workshops waren Dr. Martin Keydel (Unternehmensberatung Pantha Rhei GmbH, Deutschland), Najden Iliev (E-Tel GmbH, Bulgarien), Maria Popova und Dr. Ana Popovic (Wirtschaftsfakultät Nis).

The BSBA Supports Events in Plovdiv and Nis

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September, 2017/Plovdiv, Bulgaria/Nis, Serbia - The Balkan Small Business Association takes active part in the preparation of two big international events which are taking place in September in Plovdiv and Nis, respectively. The first international craft event will take place in Plovdiv between 07 and 10 September 2017 and it is going to be a jewellery festival under the motto „The Silver Necklace of the Balkans“. Major organizer of the event is Plovdiv Regional Chamber of Crafts and it is expected that the festival will attract to Plovdiv jewellers from Bulgaria and the Balkan region and the best silver master jewellers are going to design and make together a joint silver necklace with motives from the various regions. 

Razlog Municipality pays a visit to Koblenz

Razlog

24.04. – 26.04.2017/Koblenz/Germany - A delegation of representatives of the Razlog Municipal administration paid a visit to Koblenz and the region in the period 24.04. – 26.04.2017.The main purpose of the visit was to exchange experience and collect best practices examples in the field of energy efficiency, renewable energy sources and waste management at municipal level in Germany. The Bulgarian delegation consisted of representatives of the municipality of Razlog under the guidance of the deputy mayor, Mr Ivan Gjurov, and Energoeffect Consult Company’s Manager, Mr. Michael Deliyski. The trip was funded by European funds and organized and by the Balkan Small Business Association and Koblenz Chamber of Crafts.