Mirjana Aćimović (Jakta & Euromat) will shed light on the Serbian gambling market at CEEGC2017 Budapest
The organizers of CEEGC2017 are honored to announce Ms. Mirjana Aćimović who will give a presentation of the Serbian market and the future awaited changes that will shape the online and land based gambling industry.
Ms. Aćimović is the President of the first Serbian representative association of gaming industry Jakta and Chair of Euromat’s Social Responsibility in Gaming Committee. She is also Chairman of the Board of Sector for games of chance in Serbian Association of Employers.
The “Balkan Gambling Opportunity” panel is scheduled to be held between 9:30 – 10:15 (Budapest Local Time) on the 19th of September (Day 1) during the second edition of the Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference Budapest (Gioco News is media partner).
“The possibilities of Serbia to become an attractive gambling market” is the title of Mirjana Aćimović’s presentation and it promises to be among the key discussions about the Balkans region in a whole.
Ms. Acimovic is a Southeast-European expert and has immense knowledge and over 20 years of experience in the gaming sector.
Prior to entering the gaming industry Ms Acimovic worked as a journalist in Serbia’s highest circulation newspaper Borba. She entered the gaming market in 1996 as a general manager of one of the first non State gaming organization Fun ltd. In 2005 she become president of gaming association Jakta which at the time gathered almost all private gaming sector in Serbia. She was the initiator and helped the implementation of the first Responsible Gambling Project in Republic of Serbia. In cooperation and support of the Ministries of Finance of the ex Yugoslav Countries and its industry representatives, Ms. Acimovic organized eight expert conferences. In 2013 she became a member of Working Group for drafting the bylaws of the Serbian Law of Games of Chance.
Ms. Mirjana Acimovic is author of six professional studies for the purpose of improving regulation and gambling market in the Republic of Serbia and some for the Republic of Montenegro. She is engaged in projects working on the protection of children and youth from problematic and pathological gambling and internet addiction.
Currently, she covers the role of Treasurer of Euromat, in addition to her role of Chairman of the Social Responsibility in Gaming Committee.
She graduated dramaturgy at the Belgrade University of Arts and she is fluent in Russian and can also speak French.