More than 50 teams are on the ground, according to Djinovic.
“We strive to keep partner companies, small and micro-businesses, alive. What is especially important is that we work with teams on a new set of products and services that we can provide to clients. There are several factors that we can analyze and draw conclusions from, but we also need to look for measures through associations, to push for other measures, because the longer we wait, the more dramatic the consequences will be. ”
Solidarity among companies is very important, according to Milos Perovic, COO and co-owner of Termovent.
“Every day we get a tsunami of information about virus, among which we need to choose the ones that are accurate, relevant and to plan the future based on that. In this period, we must be in solidarity, think of the people who are the priority, but at the same time use associations, communicate with each other and exchange experiences, hear who is planning and that the banks, the economy, the tax sector and the Government are talking together. Everyday communication of all of us is important, both internally and externally in order to preserve people, but also processes and money, to try to balance it all. ”
Guests from abroad:
Sonja Šmuc, General Director of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia. She transferred her experience from Slovenia.
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“The measures that are being taken are getting tougher every day. It is important that we support the members of the Chamber, as well as all those who are not, to allow everyone in this difficult time to get concrete advice. Our Chamber has about 150 calls per day, and we are committed to provide everything we can from information that helps businesses get the most out of them. ”
Goran Licanin, CDO and Business Development Director for IOT, Cloud and B2B HUAWEI CEE&NORDIC shared experience from Poland:
“The economy in Poland stopped slightly last week, additional measures were introduced, shopping malls are not working, any gatherings are forbidden, the Government’s recommendations are to work from home. In terms of economic measures, the EU has allocated seven billion euros and the state alone 47 billion. In special circumstances, certain companies can receive up to 40 percent compensation for employees. ”