With more than a decade of communication and sales training under his belt, Marko Burazor founded Treninzi with his collaborator Miodrag Kostic to equip Serbia’s top business leaders with communication skills that will benefit their respective companies.
“Treninzi means training in English because that’s really what we provide,” said Burazor, who pointed out that his company creates world-class workshops to the elevate verbal and non-verbal communication, sales, and overall organization skills of their clients’ employees.
A long-time consultant for the Japanese International Cooperation Agency, Burazor integrated the Japanese philosophy of kaizen, or continuous improvement, in his training programs and found that it well accepted in Serbia because it helped in meeting the common objectives of quality control, on-time delivery and waste reduction.
Asked why Japanese businesses should consider investing in Serbia, Burazor pointed to the open and hospitable nature of Serbians, adding that many of his colleagues from Japan had expressed delight in the quality of service they receive from Serbian businesses.
“With us, you always have a friend. At least, you will have an enjoyable time here and very good food. Very good food, believe me. Now, we also have many Japanese restaurants, not only to eat sushi but also miso soup, gyoza, or whatever I want to eat. So, Serbia has good location,” he said.