"CONSTANT GROWTH OF THE METAL AND WOOD SECTOR DESPITE CHALLENGES"
We invite micro, small and medium enterprises to an interactive round table discussion on the topic: “Constant growth of the metal and wood sector despite the challenges”
which will take place
on Monday, 27.02.2023. year, starting at 11:00 a.m., in
in the Cantonal premises
Chamber of Commerce Tuzla, at Trg slobode bb, 75000 Tuzla
Due to a series of challenges faced by companies from the metal and wood sector, such as the corona virus pandemic, the energy crisis, changes in the global supply chain, as well as the world economic crisis, with a special focus on challenges in human resources, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry FBIH organizes a round table on the topic: “Constant growth of the metal and wood sector despite the challenges”, with the aim of interactive dialogue between representatives of business entities and the Chamber, and timely action on the way to overcoming barriers, and strengthening the competencies of companies from the metal and wood sector.
During the round table, there will also be a presentation of the Business Information Hub project, which is being implemented by the FBiH Chamber of Commerce as part of the broader EU4Business Recovery program and financed by the European Union and the government of FR Germany.
The motive behind the implementation of the Business Information Hub project is to provide support to small and medium-sized enterprises primarily from the wood and metal sector, but also to all other sectors in the process of recovery, business continuity, strengthening their competence and resilience in challenging times. More information about the project is available at www. bizhub.ba.
You can register your presence by registering at the link: https://forms.gle/owJ88ZoFaMU1GdvCA
“The EU4BusinessRecovery project supports micro, small and medium-sized enterprises in Bosnia and Herzegovina to continue doing business and preserve jobs, and will especially support female entrepreneurs, young people and other vulnerable groups in establishing their own businesses and in overcoming the negative impact of the Covid-19 pandemic by creating a more resilient business environment . The total value of the project is 13.7 million euros, and it is jointly financed by the European Union (13 million euros) and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany (0.7 million euros). EU4BusinessRecovery is jointly implemented by GIZ, ILO and UNDP, from 2021 to 2023. For more information, visit www.eu4business.ba.
For more information and to register your attendance, please contact:
Anela Karahasan, phone: 033/566-333, email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or
Armin Hodžić, phone: 033/566-308, email: email@example.com