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Ekonom:east Media Group Marketing Division has several hundred partners among the biggest companies in Serbia and region, as well as some of the best known global corporations. The companies that advertise with the entire range of EMG publications come from all sectors of the Serbian economy: energy, agriculture, IT, banking and finance, telecommunications, all manufacturing industries...
As Ekonom:east Media Group grew in size and reputation, so did the number of publications. Today, EMG can offer advertising options directed towards an ever more broader and diverse target group in the business community, since our print editions Ekonomist, Bankar, Preduzeće and Emportal, our latest online business portal, reach the widest possible audience: from the top managers in leading companies to consumers in the local, regional and international markets.
Along with the new publications, each edition has increased the number of pages under growing demand for advertising space. Since October 15th 2007, Ekonomist Magazine is a full color edition on 84 pages, with a sophisticated and attractive visual identity and improved content and twice larger circulation. Our aim is to cover all key issues of interest to business executives and economic experts.
By advertising with EMG publications, our clients get added value for their money, because with the support of our marketing team they will get the most appropriate space in all of our publications in line with their wants and needs. Cooperating with EMG Marketing is the best way to communicate with your business partners, underline and improve your business strategy and present your success to all relevant audiences in Serbia.
We are looking forward to successfully promote your products and services, to maintain and deepen our mutual confidence and find new along with fostering our existing common goals.
Jelena Jevtić (Team Leader)
Jelena Lalić Šoškić