Southeast Europe Data
Depending on the point of view, but we like it all from Istanbul to Ljubljana.
Current platform capacity in Slovenia, Croatia & Serbia:
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- Romania’s potentially pivotal step away from coalon November 28, 2023
In January, Romania tried to expand production at a major lignite mine. Now it’s switching the fuel used at a key power station from coal to biomass. The penny appears to have dropped. In what could potentially become a pivotal moment for the transition to clean energy in Romania, the country’s energy ministry on November Romania’s potentially pivotal step away from coal was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- With the right policies and investment, the Middle Corridor can be more than a land bridge from East to Weston November 28, 2023
Russia’s war on Ukraine brought a new perspective for the Middle Corridor, but policy shifts and investment are needed to respond to the new demand and to support economic development in Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Georgia. With the right policies, the Middle Corridor linking Chinese and European markets via Central Asia and the Caucasus can invigorate With the right policies and investment, the Middle Corridor can be more than a land bridge from East to West was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- The iGaming opportunity: Balancing risks and rewards on November 27, 2023
For entrepreneurs considering entering the iGaming industry, understanding and mitigating the risks is as important as recognising the opportunities. The iGaming industry offers great investment opportunities for entrepreneurs due to its dynamic growth and technological innovation. It remains strong even during tough economic times, particularly evident during the Covid-19 epidemic when the worldwide revenues of The iGaming opportunity: Balancing risks and rewards was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- CEE as the economic heart of Europeon November 27, 2023
CEE is experiencing demographic decline and its consumption-driven model of economic development is in dire need of a tune-up. But there is still room for extensive growth. Back when Great European Powers were deciding on how to partition Poland, a common thread in diplomatic discourse was that it was somewhat more backward, less aligned with European Enlightenment ideals, and CEE as the economic heart of Europe was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- How CEE can use disruptive technology for people and businesses, not against them on November 27, 2023
Across the world disruptive technologies are democratising access to services, empowering individuals, and transforming businesses. What more do we need to do to embrace this change, encourage innovation, and harness the power of disruptive technologies to create a better future? The term ‘disruptive’ often carries a negative connotation, evoking images of chaos and destruction. As How CEE can use disruptive technology for people and businesses, not against them was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- The last word: Reinvention for the many, innovation for the fewon November 26, 2023
According to the theory of diffusion of innovation, only 2.5 per cent of the general population are innovators. The rest of us simply follow. But reinvention—those little steps that you can take right now to improve your business—is something everyone is able to do. Last week I joined the Innowave Summit in the Bulgarian seaside The last word: Reinvention for the many, innovation for the few was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- A history of Poland in five novelson November 25, 2023
Poland, rich with history, culture, and a landscape—from the mountains of the south to one of Europe’s last primeval forests—that begets good writing, has been an inspiration for countless renowned authors for centuries. As part of our Five Essential Reads series, our editorial team has selected five novels (well, four novels and an epic poem), A history of Poland in five novels was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- Education and awareness are essential to CEE’s digital securityon November 24, 2023
Amid a challenging geopolitical climate, digital threats are becoming increasingly sophisticated and prevalent. Central and Eastern Europe is not immune to these challenges and must take proactive steps to protect its digital frontiers. Over the past ten years, as the region’s economies and societies have been swept by digital transformation, the cybersecurity landscape in Central Education and awareness are essential to CEE’s digital security was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- As Ukraine looks to neighbours for power, Hungary threatens to block all EU aidon November 24, 2023
Catch up quickly with the stories from Central and Eastern Europe that matter. Russia’s war on Ukraine Ukrainian authorities said on Thursday that the country cannot produce enough electricity to meet growing demand for heating and is turning to neighbouring EU countries for help, amid fears of Russian strikes on production facilities. Russian strikes on Ukraine’s As Ukraine looks to neighbours for power, Hungary threatens to block all EU aid was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- Ukrainian footballers are helping drive awareness of their country’s plighton November 23, 2023
Beyond the world of sports, the visibility of Ukraine’s footballers is crucial in raising awareness of the country’s struggles. Ukrainian footballers have been increasingly making their mark on the global stage, especially in the English Premier League. A decade ago, only five Ukrainians had ever played in this elite competition, but recently, five Ukrainians played Ukrainian footballers are helping drive awareness of their country’s plight was originally published on Emerging Europe.