en English

The year of 2012 brings new challenges to Slovenia, Europe, to the world and to the individual.

You will find out how the top Slovene business leaders, chosen as role models by AmCham Young Professionals, will respond to them at the AmCham Business Breakfast, which will be held on Friday, 13 January 2012, at 8 a.m., at the Hotel Slon, in the Kavarna Hall, Slovenska cesta 34, Ljubljana.

Take part in search for the right answers with our guests:

France Arhar, PhD, Chairman of the Management Board, UniCredit banka Slovenija

Sandi Češko, President of the Board, Studio Moderna Group

Tatjana Fink, MBA, General Manager Trimo

Matej Potokar, MBA, General Manager, Microsoft Services, Central & Eastern Europe

Enzo Smrekar, MBA, Senior Executive Director and Member of the Board, Droga Kolinska

The discussion will be led by Dr Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M. (Harvard), LL.M. (Torino), founder of the Intellectual Property Institute and Alen Kobilica, a man, distinguished for extreme successes and extreme tests.

We are looking forward to meeting you sincerely,

Ajša Vodnik, M.Sc.

Executive Director AmCham Slovenia

& AmCham Team

RSVP You are kindly requested to urgently confirm your attendance at the latest by Wednesday, 11 January 2012, to the following e-mail: office@amcham.si. For the AmCham Members the participation is free of charge, for the non-members the participation fee amounts to 50 EUR (VAT not included). The event will be held in English language without translation. More information on the following website – www.amcham.si. The number of seats is limited. In case of preoccupacy the following rule will appy. Patron members up to 5 seats, corporate and business members 2, entrepreneur, small business and non-profit members 1 seat.

Top business leaders 2011/2012 according to AmCham Young Professionals´ choice

Igor Akrapovič

France Arhar, PhD

Ivo Boscarol

Jože Colarič

Sandi Češko

Tatjana Fink, MBA

Jože Mermal

Joc Pečečnik

Matej Potokar, MBA

Danica Purg, PhD

Enzo Smrekar, MBA

Dejan Turk, M.Sc.

»It is the task of a man to think … and as Thomas J. Watson, the founder of IBM company, once said, all the problems of the world could be settled easily, if men were only willing to think. This is true also today when we are witnessing considerable social and economic challenges. Today, when the foundations of economic operations should be set by integrity and business ethics, whereas one of the main values of leadership should be in mutual respect and responsible activity.« – Roman Koritnik, CGM IBM Slovenija

IBM CEO Study 2010