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Swiss ch-aviation invests EUR 3.8 million in operations in Serbia

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Swiss intelligence provider ch-aviation that serves a number of renowned industry names such as Airbus, Delta Air Lines, Michelin, the World Bank and Frankfurt Airport, has announced an investment of RSD 450 million (EUR 3.8 million) in its operations in Serbia in the next five years, as well as the opening of a new office in Belgrade. 

Headquartered in Switzerland with offices in Zagreb and Belgrade, ch-aviation continues to grow its global business as the only B2B “Software-as-a-Service” (SaaS) aviation data company in the region, the company said in a statement. 

The opening of the office in Belgrade is the result of our continuous growth and the need for new staff that we plan to hire. We have just moved into our new office of 280m² in New Belgrade, business and technology district. With a planned investment of 450 million dinars over the next five years, this is a serious financial commitment that allows us to meet our business needs for the coming months and years – says Lars Gaebler, Vice President of Data Program Management. 

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Lars moved from Germany to Belgrade to support the growth and development of ch-aviation:

– The office in Belgrade is a logical step that allows us to target talents in the region. I look forward to working with our new talent in sales, data research and programming with our existing talent. We are on the path of rapid growth and are constantly looking for new strengths that will help us develop our products and services.

The company intends to hire local talent in Belgrade to help expand its global brand and services. As an international company, ch-aviation offers an English-speaking environment, continuous internal training and attractive and modern employee benefits.

ch-aviation already has developers in its Belgrade office and is looking for more employees to join them, as well as a sales and data research team. In addition to full-time and part-time positions,  student opportunities are also available.

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