Article about Belgrade written and published in the leading British business magazine “Buying Business Travel”, highlights the growth of economic, cultural and touristic potential of our capital.
After visiting Belgrade in January this year, editor Paul Revel gives its readers an insight about current circumstances, investments, projects and an overall business climate and potentials of out city.
As stated by Revel throughout the conversation with the Belgrade’s’ Mayor, Siniša Mali, one of the most glamorous current projects is “Belgrade Waterfront”, which includes hotels, residential and office space, biggest shopping mall in the region, restaurants, green areas and a tower. Article also states the grand success of National Airline Company “Air Serbia” that materialized net profit of 2.7 million euros in 2014. and an increase of passenger number by 68% which established Belgrade and Serbia as a center of our region.
After the most important infrastructure and business projects, article describes the regeneration of “Savamala” as a creative Belgrade district, but also numerous events that were held during reporters stay in our capital: Belgrade Dance Festival, Design Week, Belgrade Dance Festival, Fashion Week, etc.
“Those who visit Belgrade business wise have great options for accommodation”, Ravel states.
According to John West, CEO of HRS for Great Britain, Global network hotel reservation system: “Belgrade is becoming more and more popular as its reputation in world of business travels grow. Favorable to this is that Belgrade will host an ample amount of international events, which will enthrone this city on world tourist map.”
General public of this renowned business magazine reaches a number of 41.000 readers who generate more than 18 billion pounds throughout the year on planning of business meetings.
Furthermore, “Buying Business Travel” hosts and participates in organization in some of the key congresses, conferences, fairs and business meetings during the year.