Our fields of operation:
Promotion and representing
Investment management: Providing access foreign investors (especially Japanese investors) to domestic and regional markets, Organizing export activities (special focus on Japan market); Strategic planning and Project development; Acting as local support and managing project on behalf of investor; Preparing capital raise strategy.
Business consulting: Feasibility studies; Business and investments plans; Developing investment strategies; Due Diligence.
Project implementation with special focus in: Energy sector; Technology transfer; Manufacturing modernization – new technology implementation; Management development; Financials.
Promotion and representing: Technical support to Investors; Promotion strategy and implementation; Investor’s representation and advocacy in Montenegro.
The representative of Adriatic Bridge Partners will participate in the H2020 project WBC-RRI.NET which aims is to foster the application of RRI principles at the territorial level in five (5) Western Balkan – 4 region-level and 1 country-level-R&I ecosystem and promote a multi-level steering R&I governance framework in the WBCs. RRI principles act as enablers to the shared learning and diffusion of R&I governance innovations at the territorial level, enhancing R&I planning, including S3 Strategies […] Read More
Adriatic Bridge Partners will participate in the ongoing CAST project to address the gap between the needs and requirements of the SME, market, education, and employment sectors. Some of the training activities strengthen the value chain, identify drivers, propose recommendations and structural models in order to strengthen regional sustainability. The project takes responsibility for designing blended learning courses that young people will prepare according to the recommendations of employers and their profiles for open and […] Read More
Adriatic Bridge Partners participates in the project of dislocation of hazardous waste from Montenegro which our partner from Serbia is implementing in cooperation with the UNDP office in Montenegro. This project aims to ensure the safe removal and safe transport of hazardous waste from Montenegro following domestic and international regulations. The project relates to the removal of toxic waste, such as polychlorinated biphenyls (known as ‘PCB’ waste) which is present primarily in old industrial equipment. […] Read More