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Green entrepreneurship panel: How to become a (green) millionaire

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Open Regional Fund for SEE Europe – Project Biodiversity (ORF BD) is organizing a panel discussion about green entrepreneurship – How to become a (green) millionaire? The panel will take place in Belgrade on November 15, as part of the 8th Green Fest.

Green start-ups and entrepreneurship have become an increasingly interesting topic both in the world and Serbia. Ecosystem services generate more and more interest as potentially viable business ideas. According to organizers,  Open Regional Fund for SEE – Biodiversity, this panel will be a good opportunity to find out more about the possibilities ecosystem services provide, the way to design them and then to implement interesting initiatives at the same time respecting and taking care about the environment.

The panel will examine the topics of green entrepreneurship, new strategic directions and innovations in today’s competitive environment. The environment is ready to be our loyal business partner if we are ready to do business in a responsible and sustainable way and if we return the part of what we take from nature, reads the ORF-BD invitation.

KAKO POSTATI (ZELENI) MILIONER?

8. GREEN FESTSREDA, 15.11.2017, 14:00, Sala AmerikanaPanel diskusija: Kako postati (zeleni) milioner?Zainteresovani ste za nove (poslovne) ideje i tražite odgovore kako osmisliti novu uslugu ili proizvode, odnosno, kako se uposliti u životnoj sredini? Ovaj razgovor o ekosistemskim uslugama i zelenom preduzetništvu može biti mesto odakle će sve početi.Ulaz je besplatan, ali je broj mesta ograničen. Obezbedite svoje mesto prijavom na: https://goo.gl/mmzjcZwww.greenfest.rs

Posted by Green Fest – Belgrade on Уторак, 07. новембар 2017.

The panel discussion will take place in sala Americana, Dom omladine, starting and 2 p.m.

Panelists are: Ivan Karić, The Greens of Serbia – State Secretary of the Ministry of Environmental Protection; Valentina Đureta, Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence – Secretariat of Informal Green Parliamentary Group; Milan Ružić, Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia – BirdLife Serbia; Milja Vuković, InAkt association; and Jovan Antić and Daniela Stanković, Koozmetik.

Moderator of the panel is Kristina Kujundžić, Open Regional Fund for South-East Europe – Biodiversity project (ORF BD), implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and financed by German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).

International Green Culture Festival GREEN FEST is a unique event in the region, linking culture with the activities of environmental protection through the formats of movies, workshops, lectures, debates, exhibitions and innovations, thus gathering people of all professions and generations around the topic of environmental protection.

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