As an ability to work from anywhere at any time, remote work was a global movement even before the coronavirus pandemic forced many to work from their homes. According to estimates, the number of remote workers is on the rise and is expected to continue growing. Providing employees with the flexibility to work where and...
Ministry of Programming is one of the most successful IT companies in BiH. Established in 2015, MoP grew into a multimillionaire exporter in only three years. Its products are changing the world for the better in the technological sense, and young people from all over the region are coming to Sarajevo to work in this company.
With the recent changes in the way, business is performed due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the impact on IT is stronger than ever. In fact, in the post-coronavirus world, businesses are projected to undergo a transition, and the biggest winner could just be the IT industry. In 2017, 557 companies were registered within the IT sector. That number increased to 632 in 2018, and to 701 in 2019. In the period from 2017 to 2019, the number of IT companies in BiH increased by 144.
Maja Hadžiselimović is a robotics and mechatronics engineer currently working in Augsburg (Germany), on projects of robot integration for cooperation with humans in the automotive industry and the development of the first European industrial exoskeleton. Maja is a member of the IT Girls initiative in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and national coordinator of the European Robotics...
Have you ever wondered how to register a limited liability company in Sarajevo or anywhere in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina?
Learn about the Legal Framework in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and find out all the steps to start a company.
In BiH, you can choose between 4 types of business entities (companies).
Since the invention of computers and the rapid growth of technology, the IT sector that we know today has become one of the most prominent sectors, transferring every previously analogue service into a digital one. Click here to find out more in this blog.
Bosnia and Herzegovina has a lot of international agreements which ultimately leads to benefits of various degrees.
There is a set of benefits ensured for foreign investors in BiH.
Foreign investors are granted the same rights as country residents and this provision is at state level. Potential investors are provided with various incentives.
Customs Tariffs in BiH, in general, ensure that foreign trade is liberal and without limitations.
Once registered for performing business activities, a legal entity/entrepreneur may perform foreign, as well as domestic, operations. There are currently four (4) free trade zones in BiH, strategically positioned around major centers of economic activity