Danijela Pečevski, a senior expert within the EU Affairs, Funds and Programms Division of International and EU Affairs Sector has been responsible for the promotion of EU funding opportunities for SMEs, project proposals development and implementation of the ongoing projects of the Croatian Chamber of Economy. Previously she worked as an expert for bilateral and multilateral economic relations between Croatia and countries in the South East Europe region where she gained great experience in international trade, free trade agreemnets negotiations and international projects and. During her career she was engaged in developing better economic relations between Croatia and countries of SE Europe thus became familiar with the needs and challenges of the SMEs operation on foreign markets. She has great experience in project implementation and management.
Tatjana Shterjova is advisor at the Economic Chamber of Macedonia, and Secretary of the Permanent court of Arbitration attached to the Economic chamber of Macedonia.
She graduated from the Faculty of Law “Iustinianus Primus” – University “SS. Cyril and Methodius” in Skopje, obtained master’s degree in the area of civil procedural law and Ph.D in law sciences from the same University. Prior to her engagement in the work of the Economic Chamber of Macedonia, she was a teaching and research fellow at the Faculty of Law “Iustinianus Primus” – University “SS. Cyril and Methodius” in Skopje. She has published several papers and articles in domestic, but also in international publications.
Danica Milovanović is the Director of the Centre for Regional Cooperation and Initiatives where she came from her position of advisor to the CCIS President tasked with supporting the President in all his activities in the country as well as abroad and coordinating the Project of modernization of the chamber system in Serbia in cooperation with foreign experts. She has worked in CCIS on various positions, from the Chief of Staff to Senior Advisor to CCIS President in earlier terms.
She studied in Germany and Serbia where she graduated at the University of Belgrade in 2000 with a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science. She continued her second degree studies in Zurich/Switzerland earning a Bachelor degree in Business Administration in 2006.
During her career she was employed at various managerial positions in several domestic and foreign companies, and has also worked at the position of Chief of the Staff at the Ministry of Science and Technology, Advisor for International Relations and the Head of the Group for Special Projects related to enhancement operating capacity of governmental bodies at the Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self-Government as well as the Cabinet Chief of the President of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia.
She speaks German, English, Spanish and has knowledge of Italian, French and Greek.