November 30, 2022 – Hyatt Regency Beograd – Studio 2


REMHUB (Real Estate Magazine Hub) is a regional conference that is organized several times a year on current topics in the real estate and construction industries. The goal of the conference is to gather leading companies and players from this sector, exchange experience and good practices, define acute problems and trace trends that will contribute to the transformation of the construction and real estate sector in Serbia and the region. The organizer of the conference is the media company West Media World, with the institutional support of the line ministries, the Chamber of Commerce of Serbia and the Green Building Council of Serbia, and the media sponsor is Real Estate Magazine.

The first REMHUB conference, with the theme "Driving energy efficiency in real estate", will be held on November 30, 2022, at the Hyatt Regency Belgrade hotel.


In the wake of the energy crisis, which calls us all to be responsible for the use of energy and to strategically change our attitude towards the energy issue, the REMHUB 2022 conference is an opportunity to learn which innovative energy efficiency solutions you can apply in the construction of new and reconstruction of existing buildings, but also how advanced Facility Management (FM) can contribute to system optimization and greater energy savings.In addition to panel discussions and case studies, there will be opportunities for B2B meetings and networking with:

  • representatives of leading companies that produce innovative, energy-efficient systems and sustainable solutions for use in the construction industry
  • investors and developers who develop green building projects with high energy efficiency certificates
  • representatives of construction companies with extensive experience in implementing solutions to improve energy efficiency
  • representatives of companies that design and install solar panels
  • representatives of banks and financial institutions that support green and energy efficiency improvement projects
  • architects who design new buildings and reconstructions of existing buildings with solutions for maximum energy efficiency
  • representatives of companies that provide FM services


The conference is for everyone who understands the responsibility of the present moment and the obligation to make energy efficiency a standard in the construction industry and the management of commercial, industrial, and residential facilities:

  • investors and developers
  • construction companies
  • producers and importers of modern, energy-efficient systems for use in the construction industry
  • companies that use or provide FM services
  • companies engaged in the production of electrical energy from RES
  • financial institutions and banks that support and credit energy efficiency improvement projects and green construction
  • governmental and non-governmental institutions that aim to spread the importance of energy efficiency and support green real estate projects
  • companies that provide sales and leasing services for industrial facilities, residential and office space as well as consulting, project management, property management and FM services.


10:00 - 10:30
Registration of participants

10:30 - 11:00
Opening of the conference Milan Macura, Assistant to the Minister of Mining and Energy

11:00 - 12:00 PANEL 1


Opening speaker: Ivana Vuletić, Secretary of the CCIS Association of Construction Industry
Moderator: Dragana Korica, Executive Director of SrbGBC
Lafarge - Vitor Antić, RMX Manager
CTP - Vladimir Lukač, Senior Project Manager
MT Komex - Miloš Kostić, Owner and General Manager
MPC - Nataša Bugarinović, Head of sustainable development

12:00 - 12:30
Alumil – energy efficient solution for Google Project
Speaker: Ivana Petronijević, architect consultant

12:30 - 13:00
Coffee break

13:00 - 14:00 PANEL 2


Opening speaker: Marko Stojčić, Chief urban planner of the City of Belgrade
Moderator: Bojan Bogdanović, Principal manager of the ReDEWeB fund
Delta Real Estate - Darija Raščanin, Design and Construction Manager
USAID - Daniel Berg, Chief of Party of the USAID Better Energy project
Zabriskie - Lela Alempijević, CEO
Xella Srbija - Edin Dalifi, Project Manager

14:00 - 14:30
Charge&GO – development of electromobility in Serbia
Speaker: Miloš Kostić, Owner and CEO

14:30 - 15:00
Coffee break

15:00 - 16:00 PANEL 3


Moderator: Marko Andrejić, Editor-in-Chief at Biznis.rs
LDK Consultants - Nenad Jovanović, energy consultant
CBS - Dejan Pavlov, Senior Facilitiy Manager
IREP&WEST - Vladimir Bajić, Facility Management specialist
RES Foundation - Aleksandar Macura, Programme Director

16:00 - 17:00
Afterwork cocktail & networking







Principal manager of the ReDEWeB fund
Bojan Bogdanović has a degree in mechanical engineering. He has been employed at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) since 2019 as Principal Manager of the Renewable District Energy in the Western Balkans Fund (ReDEWeB) on the development of projects, markets and regulations for the application of renewable energy sources. He holds numerous licenses in design, execution of work and energy management in the fields of thermal engineering, thermal energy, gas engineering, building and industry. He is the president of the Green Building Council of Serbia (SrbGBC), a member of SMEITS (Union of Mechanical & Electrical Engineers of Serbia), the KGH Society (Serbia HVAC&R Society) and the Chamber of Engineers of Serbia. He is the recipient of the KGH Society Medal.


Executive Director of SrbGBC
Dragana Korica is a licensed architect with a master's degree in architectural engineering from the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. She has been with the Green Building Council of Serbia (SrbGBC) since 2017. She is dedicated to the realization of the organization's goals, which encourage and lead the transformation of the Serbian construction industry and market towards green and sustainable building practices. Driven by the motivation for improvement towards sustainability, she aims to educate the general public on the topic of the positive influence of the implementation of green principles on the built environment through the organization of and participation in numerous conferences.


Chief urban planner of the City of Belgrade
Marko Stojčić is a graduate engineer in architecture and a member of the Serbian Chamber of Engineers, the Union of Architects of Serbia, and the Association of Belgrade Architects. He has the status of a freelance artist in the ULUPUDS association. He is a licensed responsible urban planner, responsible designer, and responsible contractor. He is the author of a large number of buildings in Serbia and abroad, as well as a large number of urban projects. He initiated the founding of the Chamber of Architects of Serbia. He has been dealing with the urban planning of Belgrade since 2013 through several positions he held in the City Assembly. He was elected to the position of chief urban planner of the City of Belgrade in 2019.


Assistant to the Minister of Mining and Energy
Milan Macura graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Belgrade, where he enrolled in doctoral studies in 2018. He demonstrated his scientific and research activity through several professional and scientific publications in magazines and as a participant in numerous symposia and conferences of international and national importance. He has many years of experience and results achieved in participation and leadership in various executive and legislative bodies in the Republic of Serbia. In June 2017, he was appointed as an advisor in the Cabinet of the Minister of Construction, Transport, and Infrastructure, and then, from October 2020, he held the same position in the Ministry of Mining and Energy. He was appointed by the government in March 2021 as an acting assistant minister in the Department for Energy Efficiency and Heating Plants of the Ministry of Mining and Energy, where he continues to hold that position.


CEO of Zabriskie Studio
Lela Alempijević is a graduate engineer in architecture and one of the founders and directors of Zabriskie. She led Zabriskie with two other partners from the founding of an architectural studio to the systematization of an architectural firm. Her activities in the company are mainly development and implementation of goals, promotion of company values, relations with clients and HR. Zabriskie Studio is focused on creating a better, improved environment in which we live and create, and treats each project as a unique story that should be functionally original.


Chief of Party of the USAID Better Energy project
Daniel Berg is currently Chief of Party of the USAID Better Energy project which is designed to develop and support local solutions for improving energy efficiency and reducing Serbia's dependence on imported fossil fuels. In his 30 year career, he has been consistently engaged on economic reforms and development in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. After more than 20 years at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), including 3.5 years as Director, Serbia, Daniel has taken on numerous consulting roles with a focus on sustainable finance and energy efficiency. The Better Energy project brings knowledge, tools, techniques and small grants to improve both supply-side and demand-side energy usage and perhaps most importantly seeks to change perceptions about the benefits and possibilities of investing in energy efficiency.


Design and Construction Manager, Delta Real Estate
Darija Raščanin is a Master of Architecture at the University of Belgrade. She joined Delta Real Estate in 2017 through the Young Leaders program and currently works as a design and construction manager in the company. She showed her dedication and commitment to work through her participation in numerous projects as a project manager within Delta Real Estate, among which are the Hotel Indigo in Belgrade, the Delta Planet shopping mall in Niš, and the Delta Planet shopping mall in Banja Luka. Darija is currently a member of the management team for the reconstruction, rehabilitation, and adaptation project of the Sava Center, the largest congress center in the region.


Secretary of the CCIS Association of Construction Industry
Ivana Vuletić graduated from the Road, Railway, and Airport Engineering Department of the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the University of Belgrade. She started her career in 2001 at PUC Beograd put as a technical preparation engineer. In the period from 2004 to 2015, she served as senior expert assistant, assistant director, and director (from 2008 to 2015) of the Road and Street Directorate in the City of Belgrade administration. She was in charge of managing 3,000 km of roads and street maintenance in the Belgrade area. She has been employed with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia since 2016. In 2018, she was appointed secretary of the CCIS Association of Construction Industry.


RMX Manager, Lafarge Serbia
Vitor Antić graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Belgrade and then completed post-graduate studies in financial management. He is currently in the position of RMX Manager at Lafarge Serbia. He started his career at Lafarge Serbia in 2008 as a mechanical engineer and then as manager of the mechanical maintenance plant. In 2013, he moved to the sales sector and started working as a cement sales representative. He has been in the Concrete organizational unit since 2017, where he worked as a manager of sales for concrete, high-rise construction, and infrastructure until July of this year, when he moved to the position of RMX Manager.


Owner and General Manager, MT-Komeks
After graduating from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Belgrade, Miloš Kostić initially worked as an associate researcher on the projects of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, where he gained exceptional expertise on EE and RE projects within the Network for Energy Efficiency in Serbia. From 2003 to 2009, he was employed as a technologist and manager at MT-Komex in Belgrade. He came into contact with renewable energy sources in mid-2009, when he started working as a deputy regional manager for the EBRD's WEBSEFF program and then as a coordinator of programs at KfW and GGF creditors on lines dedicated to energy efficiency. During 2011, he developed the project of the first solar power plant in Serbia, in Kladovo, which has been successfully operating since 2013. He has been engaged with the consulting company CEEFOR since 2011 as an engineer and project coordinator. He has the greatest practical experience in the field of consulting, design, and construction of renewable energy projects. At the end of 2020, he launched the first regional platform for charging electric vehicles, as well as a mobile application that allows users to quickly and easily search for free chargers, pay for charging, and control charging.


Editor-in-Chief of the Biznis.rs portal
Marko Andrejić has been in journalism for 20 years, of which 15 years he has been engaged in economic journalism. He started his career in daily newspapers and weekly magazines and continued in Ekonometar and Magazin Biznis, the business portal eKapija, and the daily newspaper Blic (the Blic Biznis section). He is currently in the position of editor-in-chief of the Biznis.rs portal. He graduated in journalism and communication at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade. He participated in several projects supporting entrepreneurship and small and medium-sized enterprises. He won the award for the best media report on youth entrepreneurship. He founded and served as the editor-in-chief of the International Youth Web Magazine "WAVE." He is one of the creators and founders of the International Student Week in Belgrade (ISWiB).


Facility Management Specialist, IREP&West
A graduate of mechanical engineering and an industrial engineer, Vladimir Baić gained great experience in property and facility management of residential and commercial buildings and in asset management from the beginning of his career. As a Facility Management specialist, Vladimir Baić today manages the Belgrade-based company IREP&West, a branch of International Real Estate Partners (IREP), which provides FM services in more than 50 countries. He came to IREP&West in March of this year after five years in the position of director at Reiwag Facility Services, one of the leading FM companies in the region of Southeast Europe.


Energy consultant, LDK Consultants
Nenad Jovanović is an expert in power engineering with 10 years of experience in the field of energy planning. Since 2018, he has been working as an energy consultant at the representative office of LDK Consultants in Serbia. He actively participates in projects financed by international organizations and donors in the fields of energy planning, policy, and the development of decarbonization strategies. Together with international experts, he is creating the first National Energy and Climate Plan in the Republic of Serbia, which will define goals and measures related to renewable energy sources and improvements in energy efficiency in the residential, industrial, and commercial sectors. He earned his doctorate through the Erasmus Mundus program "Sustainable Energy Technologies and Strategies," which was co-led by Comillas Pontifical University in Spain, TU Delft in the Netherlands, and KTH Institute in Sweden. Before going abroad, he earned a master's degree in electrical engineering and computer science at the Faculty of Electronics, University of Niš.


Architect Consultant, Alumil Yu Industry
Ivana Petronijević graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Belgrade. Since 2002, she has been active as an architect in the areas of design, investment, elaboration, and implementation of projects ranging from the area of residential buildings to business complexes to hotels, largely realized in Serbia, Greece, and Italy. From 2013 to 2016, she was part of the team at the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Serbia, which is responsible for the development and construction of military facilities. Since 2017, she has been part of the Alumil YU Industry as an architect consultant on projects. She is actively engaged in market research in Serbia and the region in order to expand opportunities for the development of the company and its clients. She believes that, in addition to mandatory CPD, every professional should have and cultivate social responsibility. She speaks English, German, and Greek.


Senior Project Manager, CTP Invest
Vladimir Lukač graduated from the Faculty of Technical Sciences of the University of Novi Sad. He gained his first professional experience as a master civil engineer in the construction company Graditelj NS in the position of project manager, and then in the company Lidl as construction coordinator, in the design, contracting, and coordination of construction works. Since 2019, he has been in the position of senior project manager at the company CTP Invest, where he deals with designing, providing the necessary documentation for construction works, contracting contractors, and coordinating the execution of construction works.


Head of sustainable development, MPC Properties
Nataša Bugarinović is a real estate development professional, and her role at MPC Properties is head of new sustainable development. She acquired extensive experience in real estate development during her 25-year professional career. Before joining MPC Properties in 2011, she worked in management positions on big and significant projects in the UAE, Russia, Kazakhstan, and Montenegro. She was in charge of the development of the office portfolio at MPC Properties, and she was a pioneer in implementing green building principles in building development. Her aim is the implementation of a sustainable and innovative approach to real estate development, which she has already proven on developed office projects, the most important of which are Ušće Tower Two and Navigator Business Complex. She is a graduate of the Faculty of Civil Engineering from the University of Belgrade and holds a license 410 from the Serbian Chamber of Engineers.


Programme Director, RES Foundation
Aleksandar Macura is co-founder and programme director of RES Foundation and senior energy, climate and air quality policy analyst with extensive experience in policy analysis, policy design, project and programme management in the Western Balkans. Prior to this, Aleksandar led the energy and environment programme of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Serbia. Aleksandar obtained his Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering with postgraduate education in law and economy, both at the University of Belgrade.


Senior Facilities Manager, CBS International
As a Senior Facilities Manager at CBS International, part of the Cushman & Wakefield Group, Dejan’s professional experience covers a wide scope of work, including project management on high-class business properties. As a Lead Maintenance Manager covering a wide scope of Serbian plants, Dejan was previously involved in feasibility studies and due diligence for green energy production facilities, whereas Dejan’s current responsibilities presume being a Facilities Manager responsible for top-notch Serbian office buildings in Belgrade. Dejan is responsible for high-profile Facility Management projects with the most renowned landlords in the Serbian real estate market as a member of the CBS Property and Facility Management Team.


Project Manager, Xella
Edin Dalifi graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade. He is a manager with more than 10 years of experience in consulting and marketing. Being an application manager in marketing for over seven years (Knauf Insulation) and a project manager in sales for over two years (Xella) provided him with valuable "full package" insight into business, market, and clients. As a project manager in Xella, he executed and delivered four large-scale projects and managed more than 50 projects in Serbia.


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The participation fee is 150 EUR (excluding VAT)

The participation fee includes:
All-day conference attendance • Coffee and snack during breaks
Afterwork cocktail and B2B meeting • A copy of Real Estate Magazine in Serbian and English.