All around Europe, there are a lot of young entrepreneurs. They are usually self-employed and start their own business strongly supported by the state.
Young people in Serbia would also like to follow in their footsteps, but they claim that in spite of some state programs, their biggest problem is the fact that whether their ideas would be supported or not depend on the people who have never had anything to do with entrepreneurship, but political parties.
But in times of financial crisis, one has to get by on something. That´s why two sisters in Pozega work on a sawmill machinery and an economist is a soap manufacturer.