Avant Car runs Slovenia's biggest electric car sharing system, Avant2Go, with a fleet of 500 fully electric vehicles. Further expansion is planned, says director Matej Čer.
Additional locations and vehicles will be added in Slovenia to ensure broad coverage and meet the needs of users, Čer told the
Pharmaceutical giant Novartis has so far invested just over EUR 3.4 billion in Slovenia and together with the purchase consideration for Lek the figure amounts to over EUR 5.4 billion. This proves that Novartis is committed to staying active here, says country president of Novartis Slovenia Aymeric
Metka Tekavčič, dean of the School of Economics and Business at the University of Ljubljana, is leaving her post in September after ten years. During her tenure the school has become renowned internationally based on work done by previous generations. She told The Slovenia Times that international
The Bavarian State Opera is renovating and expanding its scenery warehouse. The principal contractor is the Slovenian engineering company Riko, which has hired a number of other Slovenian companies for the project.
Riko has been awarded the contract to supply and install the steel structure of the
Slovenia is a country rich in timber, but the annual wood industry event heard that a shift should be made to focus on exporting finished and semi-finished products rather than logs, which have lower added value. The industry will also need to attract more young people.
Wood is a sustainable and re
Dozens of experts and leaders in politics and business convened in Bled on 19 May for an international conference on crisis management hosted by the IEDC Bled - School of Management and Bloomberg Adria. Setting priorities and focusing on implementation were highlighted as key to success.
Attracting and retaining the right talent is a major challenge for companies, where well-thought-out and targetted measures are needed. Meanwhile, the role of the state is to create an attractive environment by acting fast, flexibly and responsively, one of the FDI Summit debates was told on 28 Feb
Economist Mojmir Mrak discussed the challenges of the increasingly multi-polar world bearing on smaller players such as the EU in his address to the FDI Summit on 28 February. If the EU wants to keep pace with major global players, it needs to act fast as time is running out.
Over the last decade,
To attract more foreign direct investment, Slovenia needs to provide a stable and competitive regulatory framework, ensure transparency and improve human resources management where the key is to motivate manpower financially and through organisation, found a panel debate held as part of the FDI Sum