09/02/2017

Second Serbian Property and Infrastructure Development Conference on February 21, 2017

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TGI Group International is organizing the Second Serbian Property and Infrastructure Development Conference on February 21, 2017, at the Metropol Palace Hotel in Belgrade, the company reported.

The aim of the conference is to see how property and infrastructure development can contribute to the economic development of the country and to connect experts and investors with all relevant state, financial and social participants in the field of real estate and infrastructure in Serbia.

The topics of this year's conference include: urban development and infrastructural projects, possibilities of investment and growth in the field of real estate and infrastructure, public-private partnership as an efficient model for public infrastructural projects, trends and perspectives of the real estate market, new trends in construction of shopping malls, retail parks and high-rises, development of transport and logistics infrastructure, real estate and development of infrastructure, improvement of the legal framework and the tax system...

These topics will be discussed by officials and experts from the sector, including Philip Pinnington, Ambassador of Canada to Serbia, Daniel Berg, EBRD Director for Serbia, Goran Vesic, City Manager of Belgrade, Branislav Popovic, General Manager of the Belgrade Land Development Public Agency, Marko Cadez, President of the Chamber of Commerce of Serbia, Milutin Folic, City Architect of Belgrade and others.

The organizer is TGI Group International, and the gathering is held under the sponsorship of the embassies of Canada and Israel in Serbia and with support by Ashtrom International, GLP Values, Atrium Consulting NAI Atrium. The media sponsorship is provided by the business portal eKapija.

The real estate and infrastructure conference has been organized for 16 years in Greece, successfully tackling topics such as contribution to development of real estate activities and social and economic prosperity of the country. Conferences in Greece are attended by more than 400 participants, and the first Serbian conference, held last year in Belgrade, had 200 participants.

Greece's Symeon G. Tsomokos SA founded its Belgrade affiliate in 2000, TGI Group International, which provides services of corporate communications in the Serbian market. In cooperation with its parent company from Athens, TGI Group International offers quality communications services to local and international clients, facilitating the accomplishment of their business goals.

TGI Group International has become an important business partner to international companies looking to establish or consolidate their presence in Serbia and local companies looking to expand and become competitive in the regional and the international market.


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