SABA main objectives
Support business cooperation between the Republic of Slovenia and the United States of America.
Stimulate trade, cooperation in development, investments and other economic relations between Slovenia and the USA.
Maintain & Organize
Initiate and maintain information ties between economy and the state and organize education seminars for representatives of Slovenian and USA companies.
As a president of Global Cleveland, I fully support the Slovenian-American Business Association and I look forward to working with them on their future projects to improve business relations between the Republic of Slovenia and the City of Cleveland.
On behalf of the SNPJ Executive Committee, I am honored to express our full support for the Slovenian-American Business Association (SABA).
A few years ago, the United States primarily competed within its own borders. Today, we compete with and against the world. It is truly a very fluid business climate. Without strategic partners around the world, it is very difficult to compete.
This organization is designed and intended to assist various organizations in establishing contacts, locating sources of products and services, as well as providing support in the finer arts of business relations.
SABA is not only a unique meeting place for Slovenian and American businesses but also a proactive facilitator of trade and investment links. It relies on a vast pool of shared knowledge and can add great value to a very wide contact network of its members.
After Slovenian chefs from Gostilna Rajh in November 2018 and Gostilna Šempeter in March 2019, in February 2020 SABA organized visit and gourmet events of Gostilna Repovž. Meta and Grega Repovž (mom and son) prepared Slovenian food for around 300 people at three events. This is next step in SABA project “Gostilna Slovenija in US”,March 3, 2020
The story of the green, active, healthy Slovenia During the last quarter of a century, Slovenian tourism took great strides with regard to development and promotion, and evolved and grew at an above-average pace. Currently, it contributes no less than 12.8% of GDP, and accounted for 37.6% of the export of services and 7.5% ofMarch 3, 2020
On Friday, February 14, 2020 Jurcek Zmauc, SABA president visited business event “Think about energy briefing” at organization Catalyst Connection in Pittsburgh, PA. President & CEO of Catalyst Connection Petra Mitchell discussed about initiatives and support for the manufacturing community as it relates to the natural gas industry. Other speakers as Dan Brockett from theMarch 3, 2020
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