Royal Council for Entrepreneurship organizes a lecture of Mr. Johan Gorecki for Belgrade students
Royal Council for Entrepreneurship, which is under the patronage of HRH Crown Prince Alexander II, will organize a lecture for all interested students of Mr. Johan Gorecki, director of Globe Forum and the man who worked with the founding team of Skype, one of the best known technology companies, on Wednesday, November 5th, at 3:30 pm at Singidunum University. After that, Mr. Gorecki will be at the Royal Palace and talk to local entrepreneurs and investors about the possibilities of development of technological entrepreneurship in Serbia.
It is well known that the entrepreneurial spirit is the engine of any successful economy, and technological entrepreneurship, or more casual form – startup, is a special form because it is based on technological innovation, which, if it turns out to be successful, can make above average profits. Successful examples are Google, Facebook, Skype and many others.
In Serbia, technological entrepreneurship is still developing, but there are already companies created out of nothing and young enthusiasts who are now leaders in their industries, such as Nordeus, A51 and Prelovac Media, and, besides high income, these companies also provide employment for an increasing number of young people.
By organizing lectures of Johan Gorecki, expert in this field and a man with a lot of experience, the idea of the Royal Council for Entrepreneurship is to enable our students to hear a little bit different success stories of those that surround our society and to motivate them to launch their innovative work.
We invite students from all colleges and universities, as well as other interested parties, to take advantage of the opportunity to hear about many globally successful companies and how innovations are changing the world and how it will look in the future.
After the lecture, Mr. Johan Gorecki will attend a reception at the Royal Palace along with many local entrepreneurs and investors where further opportunities for the development of startup ecosystems in Serbia will be discussed. At the reception five previously selected local startups will be also presented to investors who might in this way provide for themselves a new financial investment. This part of the event is provided, as part of its training program for entrepreneurs, by Serbian Business Angels Network, one of the members of the Royal Council for Entrepreneurship.