The next Business Forum â€śUnburdening the Economy to Create Jobsâ€ť will be held on March 7, 2018 in Biha?.
The Forum, intended for business owners and dedicated to the economy, is organized by the Institute for Youth Development KULT and the Ministry of Economy of the Una-Sana Canton.
The Forum can be attended by business owners, young entrepreneurs, representatives of the government, the academic and NGO sectors and all those who believe they can help improve the BiH economy.
The goal of the forum is to discuss the burdens limiting the growth and development of the economy in FBiH, particularly in the Una-Sana Canton, how they can be addressed, the initiatives and activities intended to encourage employment and self-employment (particularly of youth) and opportunities and obstacles in launching businesses. We will identify problems limiting the growth and development of the economy in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and try to offer concrete solution.
The Forum will include a presentation of research into the allocation of budget incentives for improving the economy between 2012 and 2015, and the initiative of BiH business owners to introduce the VAT cash accounting scheme. These topics will be discussed by representatives of competent institutions, eminent experts in the field of economy, business environment and employment, owners of successful businesses and young entrepreneurs. Participants will engage in a constructive dialogue on how to improve the business environment and employment opportunities in BiH.
Applications are submitted online through https://mladi.org/myURL/1y, and the number of participants is limited. Participants whose application was accepted will be provided with the agenda at least three days before the event.
The Business Forum is organized by the Institute for Youth Development KULT, as one of the activities of the â€śBH Business Siteâ€ť initiative implemented by the Institute for Youth Development KULT since 2014, within the Civil Society Sustainability Project (CSSP) managed by the Centers for Civic Initiatives (CCI) and the Civil Society Promotion Center (CPCD), and supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
Previous business forums were held in TeĹˇanj, Bijeljina, Neum and Tuzla.