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“Movement for Women’s Basketball - Marina Maljković”, which has successfully conducted free basketball school for girls of primary school age, has promoted the guide for growing up entitled “250 Good Pieces of Advice”. This manual was published with the support from Telekom Srbija which as early as the set-up of the Movement recognized the importance of the project for both sports development of children and the development and fostering of true values – team play, fair play and healthy lifestyle.

“It is in cooperation with our friends of Telekom Srbija that we launched the project of collecting and publishing all of the good advice our Movement conveys to our little basketball players. The key idea was to assist them not only in many situations and challenges they face in the basketball court and during training, but also in their daily lives so as to ensure that they grow up to be diligent and good persons and an asset for the society. We wish to encourage, inspire and teach them true human values. The manual also contains advice for the parents as to how to be the true support and encouragement for their children instead of putting them under too much pressure to achieve outstanding sporting results”, said Marina Maljković.

The guide features advice relating to basketball, but also socialization, education, healthy lifestyle and motivational thoughts of sports legends designed to encourage and inspire little basketball players.

“I am very pleased with the fact that we have recognized at the right time the opportunity to support through the Movement for Women’s Basketball the choice of a large number of girls to go in for basketball. The Movement is fostering the sporting spirit, fair play, and pursuit of a healthy lifestyle, and points to the importance of education, which are actually the values that all of us here at Telekom Srbija support by promoting and facilitating interpersonal communication on a daily basis. It is precisely for this reason that I advise the girls to try, with the help of this guide, and be even nobler friends and more successful basketball players who may even become sports ambassadors of their country in the world one day”, Marija Bošković, Telekom Srbija’s PR Department Head said.

Over the past two years, as many as 800 girls attended free basketball school within the Movement in several towns across Serbia. Every day, more and more girls enter the world of sports by joining Marina’s basketball school.

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The entrepreneurial teams “Boostowski” and “Matchday Stickers” have shown great creativity in the creation of their business ideas, innovativeness and a strategic approach to the development of products, thus winning a pecuniary incentive in the total amount of EUR 20,000, as part of the mts Startup Acceleration program. The award is granted by Telekom Srbija to the best students of the Startup Academy, which has been gathering, supporting and educating local startup entrepreneurs for over six years. The mts Startup Acceleration program has been implemented for a second year in a row, in order to support promising local entrepreneurs and encourage the creation of innovations in Serbia.     

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Thanks to the success that students from Niš and East Sarajevo achieved by winning the first Regional App Challenge in the creation of mobile applications, and the support of Telekom Srbija and m:tel Bosnia and Herzegovina, the students were able to visit the ID TechEx Show in Berlin.

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Telekom Srbija, m:tel Crna Goraand m:telBiH have staged the regional final of the competition in the creation of mobile applications entitled Regional App Challenge. Secondary school students, the winners of the state competitions in Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina, took part in the regional final.

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Telekom Srbija is the winner of the highest order of the Serbian Orthodox Church, the Order of St. Sava of the first degree, which was granted to the company’s CEO Predrag Ćulibrk by Serbian Patriarch Irinej, on Feb. 7, as a sign of gratitude for the company’s continued participation in the activities of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The award-granting ceremony for special merits was held on the premises of Telekom Srbija in the presence of senior representatives of the company.  

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The Telekom Srbija company is the winner of the St. Sava Award for exceptional contribution to and continuous investment in the sphere of education made over the previous year. One of the leading projects of the company in this sphere is the We Create Knowledge campaign within which Telekom Srbija provided information equipment for 20 elementary schools in Serbia. The special importance of this project is reflected in the fact that it was implemented in the year when information science became a compulsory subject in all the elementary schools. The recognition is granted by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development to individuals, institutions, associations and companies for their contribution to the quality education and upbringing of children.   

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The finals of this year's mts app competition, at which five best teams and five best mobile applications were announced, was held at the Belgrade Startit Center. According to the assessment of the jury, the winning appications were: Solve&Share and Eduno created by teams from Bora Stanković High School in Niš, the ConTags application created by a team from Bolyai High School in Senta, the Stories application created by Luka Jovičić from the Mathematical High School in Belgrade and the Where's the Problem? application created by a team from Šabac High School. The students who created the applications were given valuable mobile phones, and made their way to the regional finals of the competition entitled “Regional App Challenge”, where they will be able to meet and compete with their peers from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. 

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