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BUSINESS INFORMATION

DOING BUSINESS IN AUSTRALIA 

DFAT (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade)

Austrade (https://www.austrade.gov.au/)

ACCI (Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry)

EABC (European Australian Business Council)

SACC (Slovenian Australian Chamber of Commerce)

ASIC (Australian Securities and Investments Commission)

 

DOING BUSINESS IN SLOVENIA

http://poslovniportal.si/Doing_Business_Slovenia.php

Current business opportunities

Privatization in Slovenia

Authorised agency: http://www.so-druzba.si/en-us

Real estate assets

Authorised agency: http://www.so-druzba.si/en-us

Start-ups

Authorised agency: http://www.spiritslovenia.si/en

 

Search for a Slovenian supplier

Slovenian suppliers: http://www.sloexport.si/

 

I Feel Slovenia: tourism

Official website: http://www.slovenia.info/

Trip Advisor: http://www.tripadvisor.com/Tourism-g274862-Slovenia-Vacations.html

 

Activities and Practices of Slovenian Economic Diplomacy

English version of the Activities and Practices of Slovenian Economic Diplomacy was published on a website of Ministry of Foreign Affairs: http://www.mzz.gov.si/en/economic_diplomacy/activities_and_practices_of_slovenian_economic_diplomacy/
The purpose of economic diplomacy is to promote Slovenia as a country attractive for economic cooperation, investment and tourism. It is created and realised in cooperation with businesses and business association. Tangible results can only be achieved through a coordinated approach, and only regular and direct contacts with business people and business associations enable the Foreign Ministry and its diplomatic network abroad, as economic diplomacy service providers, to bring together all initiatives, wishes and proposals aimed at promoting business internationalisation and investment activities, and to help companies overcome obstacles to their business abroad.
 

 

Before starting business in Australia companies are encouraged to verify the ratings of their Australian partners (http://www.dnb.com.au).

For additional information please contact Slovenian Australian Chamber of Commerce, as well as the Embassy of Slovenia in Australia or the Consulates of the Republic of Slovenia headed by the Honorary Consuls.