Slovenia has a long tradition of management education: economic faculties have consisted of lecturers educated in the USA or Germany since the seventies, while the IEDC school in Bled was the first modern management school in Central and Eastern Europe.
Some small Slovenian towns and villages in southern Štajerska are among the most dynamic places in the country offering optimal conditions for entrepreneurs and investors.
As sustainable agriculture gets ever more important, Slovenia strengthens its position as a global leader in beekeeping technology and know-how.
The Jožef Štefan Institute collaborates with US Princeton and Canadian Sherbook Universities in a breakthrough experiment in superconductivity – the results may pave the way toward a more efficient transfer of electricity.
The new tool shop is the largest and most advanced facility of its kind in Slovenia.
9 Slovenian companies will present their solutions for marine industry at Slovenian national pavilion. Do not miss the opportunity to meet them.
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Slovenia’s banking system used to be populated by numerous small banks and dominated by the three state owned institutions. After a restructuring it is already reduced to a smaller number of stronger and private owned players. NLB remains Slovenia's largest bank with a market share of 22.7 percent. Yet the market may look different by the end of the year after the sale of the single remaining state-owned bank, A Banka.
May brings PODIM, the largest start-up event in the region, and something new for young entrepreneurs, a start-up train from Ljubljana to Sofia and back.