Travel is what usually comes to mind when thinking about Montenegro, and it’s no wonder.
In 2019, before the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, some three million tourists arrived in the country, which has a population of less than 650,000: the tourism sector accounts for almost a quarter of Montenegro’s GDP.
Beyond tourism, however, the country also boasts a thriving entrepreneurial scene with an increasing pool of young and creative talent.
Uroš Bulatović, the founder and president of the Union of Young Entrepreneurs of Montenegro, speaks with Andrew Wrobel about some of those creative young Montenegrin entrepreneurs, the opportunities the country offers, and the challenges it faces.
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