A Link for Suppliers’ Chain is Missing

A Link for Suppliers’ Chain is Missing

“Conditions, problems and development of women entrepreneurship should be a significant segment of the domestic economy; however, they are still being neglected. Therefore, this important issue will be considered on 26 November, at the public hearing in the National Assembly of Serbia, organized by the Committee for Economy, Regional Development, Trade, Tourism and Energy, with whom we have established tight cooperation”, announced Sanja Popovic Pantic PhD, President of the Association of Business Women of Serbia on 20 November 2013.

Sanja Popović Pantić

On the occasion of the final conference related to the results of the project “Women in Progress”, organized in the National Bank of Serbia in Belgrade, she underlined that in the National Assembly she would specify the priority of economic measures orientation in the next period, among which priority position is inclusion of women entrepreneurs into suppliers’ chains, which is one of the seven principles of women empowerment according to the UN Women Agency principles.

The project “Women in Progress – Capacity Building at the Local Level for Gender Economic Mainstreaming in Serbia” was implemented in six towns, in the course of the past 12 months, financially supported by the UN Delegation to Serbia, and the Government Office for Cooperation with Civil Society.

Source: Pregled Magazine