EP038: Anuradha Chadha, Owner at 3A fashion Company from IndiaOr if you prefer, find us on Apple Podcast , Google Podcasts or Spotify.Sanja Milosavljevic: Good people of the world, you are listening and watching to Mondopreneur podcast. It’s a podcast dedicated to...
EP037: Katarzyna Świąder, a professor and food expert from PolandOr if you prefer, find us on Apple Podcast , Google Podcasts or Spotify.Sanja Milosavljevic: Good people of the world, you are listening to and watching the Mondopreneur podcast. The main aim of this...
EP036: Nataša Ivančević, Chief Health Officer from SerbiaOr if you prefer, find us on Apple Podcast , Google Podcasts or Spotify.Sanja Milosavljevic: Good afternoon, good people. My name is Sanja Milosavljević and I am going to be your host for today. You are...
EP035: Gorjan Jovanovski, IT consultant, Public Speaker and Eco-Activist from North MacedoniaOr if you prefer, find us on Apple Podcast , Google Podcasts or Spotify.Sanja Milosavljevic: Good people of the world, you are listening and watching to Mondopreneur podcast....
EP034: Kosta Petrov, Managing Director at FITD | Founder at P World | Bestselling Business Author from North Macedonia
EP034: Kosta Petrov, Managing Director at FITD | Founder at P World | Bestselling Business Author from North MacedoniaOr if you prefer, find us on Apple Podcast , Google Podcasts or Spotify.Sanja Milosavljevic: Good people of the world, you are listening and watching...
In episode 32, we spoke to Sanja Popovic Pantic, President of the Association of Business Women in Serbia. She shared with us her experience and thoughts on how challenging times can help us grow, how she gathered women and organized them in one Association more than 20 years ago. We spoke about the educational system in Serbia, and what and how it can be upgraded and improved, following the needs of the new generations and the fact that trying to mold kids into mainstream is not a good educational approach, if we think of education as an investment into the future.
Sanja shared her insights regarding women entrepreneurship in Serbia in the last 2 decades.
We spoke about Covid-19 and how it changed our lives. From those small things, like shopping and free time, to meetings and finishing our jobs and daily tasks at work.
We also spoke about various times of crisis that marked the last three decades in Serbia. From wars, to bombing to world economic crisis.
For the end, we spoke about some small things that have changed during the last year, and what we need to do as a nation, to regain trust in the institutions.
What is the role of instinct? How can we use it to overcome the issues we encounter these days?
In the episode No 31, we spoke to Milica Calija, co-founder of Angel’s cookies company, an activist and great supporter of women, and especially, women entrepreneurs.
We discussed how pandemic changed her life, what is important to maintain mental health in these circumstances and how to deal with the stress through everyday challenges and how to find a way to improve ourselves and development.
We spoke about role models in our lives, and who can be our mentors.
At the end, we spoke about social media with the focus on TikTok, and what are the future expectations of young people or children that will enter the labor market in a decade.
In the episode No30 we spoke to Dragica Stojic, Director of Customer Service in Vip Mobile. She shared with us how working with different people helped her to develop personally and professionally, what does it mean to have mentors not just in your team, but throughout the Group of companies. She told us how Covid situation changed her life and made her adapt to a new normal, in a short period of time. We spoke about ambition, setting and achieving goals. She also shared with us how it is like to run Customer Service and what is the final goal of a good relationship with our clients. She also explained what is the difference between pure ambition on one side and hard work and dedication on the other.
She told us what is important for her as a mother of a girl, and what she is doing to raise one happy girl with a good and positive role model.
In the end she shared some tips on how to build a relationship with the client and how important it is to be flexible.
In the episode No29 we spoke to Sonja Dakic, a mum and an entrepreneur and for the last several years she developed her own program Live.Work.Love. She tries to support, coach and mentor people that enter into entrepreneurship. We spoke about the state of entrepreneurship in Serbia, social entrepreneurship, and what it takes to succeed. She explained that money is not a crucial factor to succeed in our business. For the end, she shared her thoughts regarding our mindset and decision making.
In the episode No28, we spoke to Milica Scepanovic from Podgorica, Montenegro. Milica is a journalist by education, but found her spot as a Creative Technical Writer and helps users of the company she works for to develop concise and helpful user manuals.
She shared with us how her constant need to challenge herself and travel gave her the opportunity to live in different countries and continents and her problems with USA visa brought her back to Montenegro. We spoke about how things changed in Montenegro, how software companies and design studios developed during a decade and now it’s normal for Montenegrin companies to hire local companies to do a website or run digital channels.
She also shared with us the experience of searching for a job through LinkedIn and how sometimes it can be time consuming but if you are persistent enough, you can find a dream job, like she did.
In episode 27, we spoke to Josh Barr from Toronto, Canada. We spoke about his career path and how it helped him to start and develop his own business. He and his partners wanted to solve their problem with energy drinks, but it turned out that they are solving other people’s problems as well. He shared with us how the idea with coffee and protein started and how Covid influenced their work and development. He explained what is the state of entrepreneurship in North America and what incentives their government gave to business, regarding the size of the company.