Which giant is taking over the company BS Telecom Solutions in Sarajevo, why Deutsche Telekom is looking for 2,000 workers in Bosnia-Herzegovina, which company will create 90 jobs in Cazin…
Find answers to these questions below in the regular weekly review of the most important economic news and events in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). “Deutsche Telekom” is looking for 2,000 workers in Banja Luka
A group of 14 directors from “Deutsche Telekom”, one of the world’s largest telecommunications operators, spent a few days in Banja Luka, trying to find 2,000 people to build a digital infrastructure in Germany.
During their stay, they organized dozens of meetings with national companies whose workers could work on one of the biggest projects in European history next year. Namely, the Germans plan to connect 30 million homes and businesses to high-speed internet by 2030. Sarajevo airport almost reached pre-pandemic level
Sarajevo Airport had 99,950 passengers in September, which is only 5.1% lower than the 2019 results, when it had 105,370 passengers.
A strong performance was boosted by Wizz Air, which opened a base in the capital of BiH this summer, as well as a number of Middle Eastern carriers who launched new routes and increased frequencies to the city. During the month, Wizz Air offered the most seats from Sarajevo, followed by Turkish Airlines and Austrian Airlines. 3. Many want to buy the devastated hotel “Igman” in Veliko Polje
Until October 15, interested investors can submit their bids for the purchase of the devastated hotel “Igman” with the land. The starting price for a hotel in Veliko Polje is BAM 9,234,920.
“We have more people who are interested in the hotel. We will await the end of the public call and the confirmation from KAP on who will own the installation as they manage the sales process ”, said Jasmin Mehic, director of ZOI ’84 .4. Cazin’s new investor will employ 90 people
This week, another contract on the sale of real estate in the business area of Ratkovac was concluded in the office of the mayor of Cazin. This is 3,200 m2 of the area on which the investor, the company Dom Lux plans to build a production unit of 1,500 m2.
The company is engaged in the production of PVC and aluminum joinery, as well as the production of textiles. After the completion of the investment, it will employ a total of 90 workers. Major acquisition in the IT sector: Asseco acquires the Sarajevo company BS Telecom Solutions
Asseco SEE, part of the large international IT group Asseco Group, acquires Sarajevo-based BS Telecom Solutions. This is one of the most important acquisitions in the history of the IT sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The companies have already approached the national regulator to seek authorization from Asseco to take over the majority stake in BS Telecom Solutions. The acquisition will be carried out with the approval of the regulator, writes Klix.ba.