SPEAKERS

Milenko Gudić
Director of CEEMAN’s IMTA
milenko_gudicMilenko Gudić has been Director of CEEMAN’s IMTA (International Management Teachers Academy) since its establishment in 2000 and heavily involved in other activities of the Central and Eastern Europe Management Development Association (CEEMAN). He was a consultant, researcher, lecturer and a frequent speaker at universities and management development institutions in over thirty countries worldwide. He has been engaged as an expert and consultant to international organizations including OECD, UNDP, UNIDO, EEC, ETF and others. His research results and cases were presented and published nationally and internationally. He was also Program Chair of EURAM 2008 conference. He has been coordinating UN PRME Anti-Poverty Working Group.

 

Vera Artiko PhD
Chair of Nuclear Medicine Department at Belgrade University School of Medicine
Head of the Department at Center of Nuclear Medicine Clinical Center of Serbia
veraWith 25 years of experience in Nuclear Medicine, Vera Artiko takes the position of Chair of Nuclear Medicine Department at Belgrade University School of Medicine and Assistant Director and Head of the Department at Center of Nuclear Medicine Clinical Center of Serbia. Holder of numerous awards gathered for her achievements in the field of Nuclear Medicine, she has been invited speaker, chairman and member of scientific committees on various national and international meetings. For the 2nd Balkan Congress of Nuclear Medicine in Belgrade Vera was the President of the Scientific Committee. From 2009 she is a delegate of Serbia in European Association of Nuclear Medicine and represents the country in all regional meetings on the level of Balkan.

 

 

Milos Milovanovic
CEO of Serbia Convention Bureau
milosMilos Milovanovic was born in Serbia 1977th. He finished Faculty of Economics, University in Belgrade and Master study at Ecole Centrale Paris in France. After the master study he worked in the M7 project management consulting company in Paris and he was director of “Project Belgrade” during the Biennale of architecture in Venice 2006.
Since 2007 Milos Milovanovic has been appointment as director of Serbia Convention Bureau (www.scb.travel), newly formed department of the National Tourism Organization of Serbia. During this three years period Serbia Convention Bureau has managed to gather most important stakeholders in Serbia and started to perform all the tasks of Convention Bureau responsibilities. From the foundation of SCB Serbia is making constant progress in ICCA rankings and represents one of the new and emerging convention destinations in Eastern Europe.

 

Miha Kovacic
CEO of Slovenian Convention Bureau
mihaMiha Kovacic has over 20 years of working experience in the travel industry. Tourism is part of the family being already the fourth generation working in tourism. Started with Kompas, the Destination Management Company and Professional Conferece Organiser, later joined Grand Hotel Union, largest convention hotel in Ljubljana. Current position is CEO of the Slovenian Convention Bureau. In September 2013 he started with his third four years term. Miha Kovacic is also the organiser of Conventa, the meetings and incentive travel trade show for the region of South East and central Europe. First Conventa was organised in 2009 and in January 2015 already the 7th edition.

 

Gorazd Čad
Director of Toleranca marketing/Go.Mice and Head of Marketing for Conventa
cadA long-time meetings industry addict, Gorazd is the Founder and owner of marketing and congress agency TOLERANCA MARKETING. He has many years of experience in planning, preparing and carrying out large international meetings and exhibitions and in cooperation with foreign and domestic scientists, doctors and institutions preparing common congress projects. He is a consultant for the successful marketing of congress centres and destinations as well as communications for congress and business events. He is also the author of numerous articles and editor- in-chief of the meetings industry magazine KONGRES MAGAZINE.