Religious figures, well, for that matter, religion as a whole, generally play a nil role in an American Times project. However, in this instance the Pope’s visit to Tirana, Albania on September, 20th 2014 is worthy to mention for a few reasons. Albania is a country that like many small [...]
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Religious figures, well, for that matter, religion as a whole, generally play a nil role in an American Times project. However, in this instance the Pope’s visit to Tirana, Albania on September, 20th 2014 is worthy to mention for a few reasons. Albania is a country that like many small [...]Read more ›
Founded in 2008 by Kujtim Tali, 3CIS represents a company that any developing nation should be proud of: A homegrown, 100% value-added exporting, mid-size employer of highly skilled workers trained in-house. Those same countries tend to also have a “golden child” company that governments enjoy flaunting to foreign investors as [...]Read more ›
The Ghana IPO was stellar – how has it changed the company? The most important thing with the initial public offering (IPO) is to give Ghanaians the chance to own part of the company, so it was a really good thing to do. It helps build relationships there with [...]Read more ›
The American Times receives a strong perspective on the Montenegrin marketplace from the country’s foremost manager in the banking sector, Ms. Branka Pavlovic Why did Societe Generale decide to enter the Montenegrin market? Societe Generale is one of the major European banks which successfully implement its Universal banking model [...]Read more ›
The American Time’s takes a moment with the Executive Director of AmCham in order to discover more about the perplexities of Montenegro’s business environment. What opportunities exist outside tourism? Certainly we can discuss opportunities beyond tourism; however, it is the sector that deserves the most attention. When I arrived [5 [...]Read more ›
The American Times takes a seat at the Headquarters of Zetagradje, one of Montenegro’s most successful construction firms, to get a clearer understanding of the business environment from the perspective of a homegrown success story. Sometimes when a country lacks an entrepreneurial environment it is best to contact those that [...]Read more ›
We strive to be as original as possible when conducting our work; however, the factors that drew us to Pestova Company, located in Vushtrri, just 30 minutes outside the capital of Pristina were the same as everyone else: They produce a value-added, export oriented product in the agricultural sector in [...]Read more ›
The American Times spends an easy morning with Country Manager of BKT-Kosovo, Mr. Abdurrahman Balkiz, a leader in the banking sector, advocate for customer-oriented growth and frankly, all around nice guy. It may seem cliché in the business world to reiterate what has become rather innocuous statements such as: ‘that [...]Read more ›
In a market saturated with tech-savvy youth demanding the coolest and expecting the best, IPKO is listening as one of Kosovo’s most innovative firms. By taking the perpetual pulse of the market’s Western lean the company is doing more than providing telecom services, they are allowing their users to insinuate [...]Read more ›
Ms. Merita Gjyshinca Peja, Executive Director of Banka Ekonomike, has a vision aligned with Western principles, more so, an enthusiasm which perpetuates it. Why she’s doing this is straightforward enough, by parlaying her many years of experience with Raiffesen Group, an Austrian bank rooted in best practices; how she’ll guide [...]Read more ›