The AgriCOM Challenge was held on Monday, March 28, 2022. Five teams presented their solutions. An expert jury: Ranko Jurjević (marketing agency Solution), Slaviša Joldić (Jakovov company) and Žana Jurjević (member of the AgriCOM team).
The first place was won by the team called AGRO 3 + 1, which consisted of Luna Jović, Dragan Ivanišević, Reka Korhec and Ivana Tubmas.
All participants were awarded certificates for attending the course and participating in the AgriCOM Challenge.
In period 28/2/2022 – 14/3/2022 an Intensive Training Course: Competitiveness of agri-food sector of Western Balkans is realized. Course is realized by professors Bojan Matkovski, Mirko Savić and Danilo Đokić
During February and March 2022, within the ERASMUS + Jean Monnet project AgriCOM, we are organizing a competition in solving the case study AGRICOM CHALLENGE! Participants will be divided into groups, and the case study will be formulated as a real problem situation of the company JAKOVOV, which is engaged in the production of an innovative product.
In addition, we will organize a series of workshops that will help you solve the case study itself, and whose main focus is to improve competitiveness in the food market.
The competition is intended for final year students (bachelor and master), and applications are open until February 27. Number of participants is limited!
Jurjević Ž., Zekić S., Đokić D., Matkovski B. (2021). Regional Spatial Approach to Differences in Rural Economic Development: Insights from Serbia, Land, 10(11), 1211.
Rural regions with a larger share of the primary sector in the overall economy are limited in their ability to achieve a sufficient level of competitiveness. In countries such as Serbia, where rural areas play an important role, addressing the problems affecting these areas is important for overall development. The purpose of this study is to determine the socioeconomic performance of the rural regions of Serbia and the EU in order to indicate the position of Serbia’s rural areas in the process of European integration. NUTS 3 (NUTS 2 for Germany) was used for analysis, and from this an Index of Socioeconomic Performance was created. This Index was created using Factor Analysis. The results point to Serbia lagging behind other EU regions in terms of development, with most of Serbia’s rural regions receiving the lowest ratings. These results are cause for alarm and indicate a need to create strategies that will direct resources towards key issues in these areas, whose potential would be adequately used through the implementation of rural policy measures, with the aim of overall socioeconomic development.
WEBINAR 2.0 was held on March 26, 2021. Darko Krašovec from the company NELT presented the Modern Distribution of Food Products, while Ranko Jurjević from the marketing agency Solution presented the Marketing Strategy in Agribusiness. Members of the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, Bojan Matkovski and Žana Jurjević, presented the AgriCOM and AgriNET projects, while Danilo Đokić presented a new master’s program in Agribusiness Management.
WEBINAR 2.0 „TRENDS IN AGRIBUSINESS SECTOR“ as a part of the Erasmus+ project AgriCOM will be realized on 26 of March from 12.00 to 13.30 on Zoom application. Applications on Instagram profile agro_efsu.