EBRD (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development)
The iSource Team, as a part of the consultant’s team of EBRD (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development), is always open for cooperation and taking advantage of the opportunities offered by the EBRD Team for small businesses support in Macedonia.
The EBRD provides support for small businesses through access to business counseling with financial support of multiple donors, which besides EBRD include: the European Union, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Central European Initiative, Portugal, Norway, Luxembourg and other bilateral agreements.
Funding programs include areas such as:
- Information / Communication Technology
- Quality Management and others.
More than 600 small and medium companies in Macedonia have received advisory assistance to support their growth and create new job places.
Macedonia 2025 is dedicated to helping create a prosperous economic climate in Macedonia that will establish opportunity and innovation for its citizens and foreign investors. Their mission is to assist in positioning Macedonia as a preferred destination for foreign direct investment, promote transparency within government and corporate practices, and inspire future business leaders in Macedonia. As a supporter of Macedonia 2025’s mission and goals, iSource became a member on the Global Investment Summit 2013.
iSource, as a member, offers mentoring and access to worldwide markets and we are helping build a stronger nation. Together as a team, we will advise and inspire Macedonian entrepreneurs to develop their businesses and explore new markets.
MASIT (Macedonian Chamber of Information and Communication Technologies)
iSource is a member of MASIT! This April, 2015, the iSource team became a part of Macedonian Chamber of Information and Communication Technologies.
Macedonian Chamber of Information and Communication Technologies – MASIT is a volunteer, non-profit chamber of commerce. The chamber was founded in 2000 as an initiative of the top fifteen Macedonian IT companies and was operating as an Association within the Economic Chamber of Macedonia. In April 2007, on the Annual Assembly of MASIT, the legal transformation of MASIT from Association to Chamber of commerce was agreed.