18 November 2022
Driven by the history we share, the socio-economic challenges that we face and the dreams that we have for both ourselves and families, the Balkan Economic Forum was launched as an independent, non-profit, inclusive organization. The Balkan Economic Forum seeks to create and execute new methods and creative solutions to the Balkan nations’ present economic issues in order to promote economic growth, regional collaboration, peace, and security. The Balkan Economic Forum brings together business executives, international leaders, government officials, academics, students, and financial institutions with the goal of creating discourse in response to the goals listed above.
location and venue
Within the geographical borders of the Adriatic, Ionian, Mediterranean, Aegean and Black Seas which outline the Balkan Peninsula, lies a region commonly known as the Balkans, a term coined in the early 19th century and used to describe the culturally diverse, resource-rich area shared by countries in southeastern Europe, including: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Turkey.