Business trade association with an advisory board consisting of a Chairman and up to ten (10) geographically located Directors
Home to a vibrant investor community Slovenia’s cutting edge for foreign investors is its position at the intersection of traditional trade routes, its modern physical and ITC infrastructure, and its value chains,.....
The economy of the United States is the world’s largest national economy. Its nominal GDP was estimated to be over $15 trillion in 2011, approximately a quarter of nominal global GDP....
SABA is a business trade association with an advisory board consisting of a Chairman and up to ten (10) geographically located Directors. The SABA board chairman and directors work in conjunction with the Consul General to the United States, the Republic of Slovenia, relevant Ministries of Slovenia, the U.S. State Department, the U.S. Department of Commerce, various U.S. state and local governments, the European Union, and SABA members to establish and deliver a variety of business programs, business information, contacts, and support tools to achieve the SABA mission to increase bilateral trade.
The SABA Chairman and Directors will support the SABA Vision and Mission in recruitment of SABA members and assist in the content development and program delivery of information aligned with that Vision and Mission.
Slovenian American Business Association would like to present all of its members that decided to join us. SABA has had many past successes and we'll continue to work diligently towards future achievements. All the information about our members please find here.
Membership in SABA is open to anyone with interest to significantly increase the value, frequency, and quality of bilateral business trade deals and business relationships between the U.S. and Slovenia.
In September 2014, The Slovenian American Business Association announced the organizations 2nd Business conference titled "Slovenia: Business Opportunities for US Companies". SABA conducted a conference on Monday November 17, 2014 in Lemont, Illinois. The location of the conference was at the Slovenian Catholic-cultural center whose President is Mrs. Tina Hozjan Ruda.