WiiSDA is coming to 55th Belgrade Motor Show

WiiSDA is coming to 55th Belgrade Motor Show

Belgrade Motor Show is one of the most important automotive events in Southeast Europe

This event attracts all those who follow the events and innovations in the automobile industry. Of course, the business section may not be forgotten as the most important one, since this exhibiting/selling event gathers importers and distributors of all global automobile brands, manufacturers of spare parts and equipment and representatives of the related industries.

About the Belgrade Motor Show event

WiiSDA Belgrade Motor Show „Meet & Greet“ will be held from 22nd to 28th March. This is WiiSDA’s first time at the Belgrade Motor Show.

We are looking to meet:

  • Car mechanics and technicians
  • Truck and bus mechanics or technicians
  • Panel beaters
  • Car painters

We will have our stand at the fair where anyone who stops by will:

  • See the presentation of the automotive industry in Norway
  • Meet Personal Recruiter
  • Meet our employee
  • Receive materials about work, life, and possibilities you and your family can have in Norway
  • Try Norwegian food

Please remember to apply here: https://wiisda.eu/apply-now/ and we will contact you for further information. Those who bring their CVs and all other documentation (special training diplomas, school diplomas etc.) will be invited to official recruitment from 12th to 14th of May which will be in Belgrade.

About Norway

Norway is one of the most economically and politically stable countries in Europe and the world. There is an extensive demand for repair specialists for all types of vehicles. With the right formal education and work experience, you have an exciting future ahead of working and living in Norway.

Work and life in Norway

Workers in Norway have among the best salaries and benefits in Europe and the world contributing to a great work-life balance. Norwegians enjoy the second-highest GDP per capita among European countries. Today, Norway ranks as the second-wealthiest country in the world in monetary value.

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