28 | 09 | 2008
ComTrade at INFOFEST
3 continents. 14 countries. 1 company. Imagine IT.
Budva, 28 September – 4 October 2008, Montenegro – Member companies of the ComTrade Group: Spinnaker New Technologies, HERMES SoftLab and TradeCom are participating and sponsoring the IT flagship event INFOFEST in Budva, Montenegro. As every year, the festival offers participants an excellent opportunity to acquire new expertise, business contacts, exchange good practices and set the scene for a great social event.
ComTrade Group member companies are taking part in the event with the presentation: ”3 continents. 14 countries. 1 company. Imagine IT.” The Presentation is set to provide an overview of the business operations of the ComTrade Group, a leading regional IT company which operates on global markets from 14 different locations but with a unique corporate culture. The ComTrade Group merged with HERMES SoftLab earlier this year and became one of the largest IT companies in South East Europe with the capacity to provide an entire range of IT solutions and services, as well as distribution of IT products, both locally and across the region. The company has 1600 employees with total revenue of 300 million Euros operating in 14 countries worldwide.
The presentation “3 continents. 14 countries. 1 company. Imagine IT.” will take place on Friday, 3. October 2008 at 1 p.m. in Congress hall, hotel Avala.
Predrag Leković, managing director HERMES SoftLab Montenegro: “The new joint force with ComTrade and HERMES SoftLab Montenegro will enable us to expand our presence on the local market and accelerate sales and quality of services for our clients. We believe that this partnership is the optimal solution for all stakeholders involved as they will benefit from growth potential of the combined group. We remain one of the most stimulating places to work in Montenegro; our clients can expect a wider range of improved services. We are pleased to present the new IT force through the presentation at the INFOFEST event which will have a positive impact on the Montenegro market.