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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.

The visit to one of the largest conferences in Europe, which through the exhibition part and the specialized courses has taken into account several spheres of application of contemporary technologies in production and communications, was an excellent opportunity for the best programmers in the region to get acquainted with the new trends, especially in the field of IoT technology.

“We are glad that we have this year won the first prize at the Regional App Challenge which made it possible for us to visit this prestigious IoT conference. Here, we have had the chance to see many revolutionary technologies which are yet to become widely used. Some of them are the sensory technologies which make use of mobile applications, which is especially interesting for our further work”, said Luka Pavlović, a student from Bora Stanković High School from Niš.

Telekom Srbija has so far organized seven competition cycles of the mts app competition for talents in the sphere of programming in Serbia. From this year, in cooperation with the companies m:tel Montenegro and m:tel Bosnia and Herzegovina, the competition has also been organized in these countries according to the same rules.

“We are very proud of the mts app competition and we are especially glad that we have managed, in cooperation with our colleagues, to make talented high school students in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro interested in the competition. The aim of the competition is to promote knowledge, team spirit and the entrepreneurial way of thinking, while the students’ visit and becoming acquainted with the content of the conference in a certain way completes this educational process”, said Miroslava Tešin Popović, the corporate social responsibility manager of Telekom Srbija.

The best applications from the mts app competition and the Regional App Challenge have been posted on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/developer?id=mts&hl=en

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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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mts is the first operator in Serbia to present a new, fifth generation of the mobile telephony network whose advanced characteristics will lead to a significant shift in the world of digital communications.

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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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