Aleksandar Matic, MBA
Graduated Mechanical Engineer
phone: (381 11) 2642-966, 3619-472


  • Providing tangible educational, information and consulting support to the entrepreneurs, in order to help them in overcoming obstacles occurred in transition process and legislative modifications, and thus protect their interests.
  • Rising awareness among top management on importance of appropriate preparation of Belgrade economy for European integration process.


To enable entrepreneurs, by following the up-to-date tendencies:

  • Business education and/or entrepreneurial specialisation
  • Knowledge innovation
  • Improvement of management skills


  • To achieve, by means of specialisation, a high level of educational demand
  • Integration of knowledge and skills that will contribute to successful business operating in transition process and accelerate the EU accession 
  • To enable entrepreneurs to fully contribute to the increase of competitiveness, productivity, efficiency and business quality
  • To decrease the unemployment rate

Business policy

Business education is based on:

  • Quality
  • Reliability
  • Sustainability
  • International applicability of acquired and innovated knowledge     

The Centre has the following organizational forms and performs the following activities:

Department for Business Education

  • Drawing up, proposing and implementing business education and training plans,
  • Organizing business education and training, both public and programmes on demand,
  • Organizing vocational training and practice for the needs of members of the Chamber,
  • Encouraging and directing students towards economic issues by awarding Chamber prizes.

Department for Improvement of Quality

  • Improvement of operating efficiency of the Chamber and its members by implementing quality standards and a system of quality management
  • Coordination of activities of the Chamber in the development and harmonization of standards and other technical regulations,
  • Participation   and work on the implementation of laws and other regulations in the field of standardization, accreditation, and certification,
  • Training in the field of quality.

Department for quality audit and assessment

  • Organizing development of assessment criteria and quality grades for services and goods for awarding the quality mark of the Chamber,
  • Activities on obtaining authorization for assessment and audit of the quality management system’s compliance with requirements of international standards.


Access to funds from foreign donors opens up the possibility of financing or co-financing of various projects. The funds are nonrefundable, but strict rules and procedures demand wide experience, know-how and expertise in project management.

The most significant external programs for Serbia certainly include EU programs aimed at supporting and strengthening cooperation between Member States on the one hand, and the potential candidate countries on the other. Participation in EU programs for Serbia, as a candidate country, represents an opportunity to become familiar with EU policies, the European institutions and laws and their application in practice.

Activities in the field of Project Management:   

  • Monitoring of domestic and foreign sources of financing
  • Providing information to members and other interested parties about the possibilities of using various funds
  • Networking with potential partners
  • Education, skills and capacity building in project management
  • Development of project idea, preparing project documentation and support in project implementation

BCC Projects

  • EVLIA - finished
  • ACROSSEE - finished
  • CLOUD – finished
  • INCO PROJEKAT - finished
  • CLUSTER CLUB - finished
  • DELMVET - finished
  • EUbuild - finished
  • KAČERSKI MED -finished
  • AdriaNET - finished