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Slovenian Eligma secures another 4 million investments

Slovenian cryptocurrency start-up Eligma has raised another 4 million euros in funding led by Roger Ver through Bitcoin.com. The company is now valued at 50 million euros. © Tran Mau Tri Tam from Unsplash The newest funding round comes after just over a year ago Eligma secured its first 4 million euros investment. This investment

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In Slovenia, the population of Kranjska Gora doubles due to epidemic

The official population of Alpine resort Kranjska Gora in Slovenia has double due to the pandemic with over 2,000 registered temporary residence. Accommodation capacities are full and there are people who are not locals. Furthermore, accommodation typically reserved for tourists is being leased out to businesses. © Toa Heftiba from Unsplash Kranjska Gora has near

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Microsoft Czech Republic and Slovakia names Violeta Luca as new General Manager

Microsoft Czech Republic and Slovakia will welcome a new General Manager, Violeta Luca, as of January 1st 2021. She replaced Rudolf Urbánek, who has been leading the subsidiary for almost three years. © Tadas Sar from Unsplash Violeta Luca has joined Microsoft Czech and Slovak team from Microsoft Romania, where she has served as the

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In Slovenia, minimum wage to increase in January

The minimum wage in Slovenia is scheduled to increase during January under legislation passed in 2018. A new formula tying the minimum wage to cost of living will be used and preliminary calculations show it will stand at roughly EUR 736 net. © Mathieu Stern from Unsplash Under the law, the minimum wage must be

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Slovenia’s NLB buys Serbia’s Komercijalna Banka

Slovenia’s Nova Ljubljanska Banka (NLB) has completed the acquisition of an 83.23% ordinary shareholding in Serbian Komercijalna Banka [BEL:KMBN] 394.7 million euro ($485 million), thus becoming the third largest banking group in Serbia. © Floriane Vita from Unsplash NLB has reached a final milestone in this transaction, to further execute its strategy of becoming the

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