The Office of the Prime Minister and the Office for IT and eGovernment in cooperation with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) invite all interested legal entities within the “Business Capacity Building Programme in the IT Sector” to submit applications for bringing internationally recognised IT/innovative product development experts and start-up apps at expert conferences designed for a wider range of stakeholders.
This Programme is implemented within the framework of the project “Serbia at Your Fingertips – Digital Transformation for Development”, conducted by the Office of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia and the Office for IT and Electronic Administration in cooperation with UNDP.
The goal of the programme is to support the transfer of business knowledge and expertise in the areas of development of domestic IT/innovative products and better positioning of the domestic IT community and its products in the global market.
The programme is aimed at transferring knowledge from one of the following areas: developing IT products, their use and adapting to the market, positioning IT products or communities in the global market, better positioning and visibility of the domestic IT community or products in the global market.
Director of IT and e-Government Office Mihailo Jovanovic pointed out that all legal entities active in the field of information technologies and innovative entrepreneurship can apply for the competition.
Jovanovic added that legal entities can be registered as companies, business associations, citizens’ associations and foundations.
Requests are submitted by sending completed forms and supporting documentation in electronic form, via email@example.com.
The forms can be downloaded at rs.undp.org/it-program.
Requests may be submitted from 7 August 2018 and will be processed in the order of submission, up to the expenditure of the available funds for the implementation of the Programme.
The total available funds for the realization of this public call are $ 53,000.
Source; Government of the Republic of Serbia
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