On November 10, 2020, the Third Regional Business Forum was held, organized by the Autonomous Region of Vojvodina and the Assembly of European Regions in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Vojvodina, the Vojvodina Development Agency and the European Enterprise Support Network.
The opening ceremony was held with the participation of representatives of the administrations of the regions of Vojvodina (Serbia), Abruzzo (Italy), Murcia (Spain), Fujian (China).
Among the 203 participants representing 25 countries are prominent regional companies and chambers of commerce, development agencies and business associations supporting small and medium-sized enterprises.
The business part of the forum was divided into the following topics:
- Agriculture and food industry,
- Construction industry,
- Information and communication technologies and creative industry.
Regional Business Forum provided the participants with the opportunity of conduction specialized B2B negotiations and promote their business potential on the online platform.
Gomel region was represented by 6 participants. Including members of the BelCCI – OJSC “8 Marta” and the Sanatorium “Mashinostroitel”.
Within the framework of the forum, the Gomel branch of the BelCCI held B2B negotiations with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Voevodina (Serbia) and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Chongrad (Hungary).
In order to effectively search for business partners in the Chongrad region (Hungary) and establish mutual interests, an agreement was reached on sending commercial proposals of enterprises-members of the BelCCI to the Chongrad Chamber.
Moreover, Gomel branch of the BelCCI received an offer to join the project of the regional chambers of Hungary, Serbia and Croatia on tourism development.
During the B2B negotiations with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Vojvodina, in the development of cooperation under the Agreements (signed between the administrations of the cities Gomel and Novi Sad, as well as the Gomel branch of the BelCCI and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Vojvodina), it was decided to exchange advertising and presentation materials of Belarusian and Serbian companies.