Belgrade, May 27, 2011- The visit to IBM was integral part of the “Meet Business First Hand” series and is organized to present to students the business processes of one of the largest IT company and provide them with an opportunity to, in direct contact with employees, gain an insight in the method of functioning of the multinational. Click here for photo gallery.
“On the 100th Anniversary of IBM, we IBM-ers refer to our company as absolutely unique in regard to its research and development programs, corporate know how and business ethics, equal job opportunity policies and results in the form of careers of people employed with IBM. As IBM sets business models and standards for almost a century, we are trying to pass knowledge to all of the colleagues and partners worldwide, creating the better place for doing business everywhere,“ says Iris Džeba, Country Manager General for Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Albania.
During the visit students interacted with IBM personnel from Sales, Finance, Software Group Channel and HR Department and had an opportunity to learn more about what it looks like to be and what does it take to become an IBM-er.
The “Meet Business First Hand - Meetings of Students and Investors” program is aimed at connecting renowned investors with students and young graduates of the University of Belgrade, thus providing support for students and graduates in developing knowledge and skills of relevance for employment and further education.