Dejan Pavleski

Dejan Pavleski

Director of Invest North Macedonia - NORTH MACEDONIA

Dejan Pavleski graduated Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Skopje, electronics and telecommunications.He started his professional engagement in the Ministry of Culture as an External Associate for Information Technology and Copyright Protection, and is directly involved in organizing trainings, coordination and campaigns, as well as in conducting actions against piracy. Starting from 2007 to 2016 he worked as an ICT manager. Due to the nature of the company's activity, he acquires additional knowledge in the field of commerce, marketing and logistics and upgrades his knowledge in: computer and network systems management, copyright and related rights, WTO principles, electronic resource management of companies, leadership values ​​and management of organizational culture, management changes and life cycle of organizations. He was appointed as Special Adviser to the Additional Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Information Society and Administration in 2016. Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Local Self-Government starting from June 2017 to September 2020. Also participates in the preparation and implementation of projects of international organizations such as the Delegation of the EU, UNDP, SDC, USAID in the area of ​​local self-government and sustainable regional development. Director of the Agency for Foreign Investments and Export Promotion of the Republic of Northern Macedonia, appointed in October 2020.

All Sessions by Dejan Pavleski

Day 1 - FDI April 12, 2021
10:30 am - 11:00 am

NORTH MACEDONIA: Investment and Trade Opportunities


Invest North Macedonia, a governmental institution in charge for attraction of foreign investments and promotion of the export potential of North Macedonia. North Macedonia is situated in Eastern Europe with well-developed infrastructure and connectivity. The country offers free access to a market of €650 million customers through the Free Trade Agreements it has signed with the EU, CEFTA, EFTA countries, Ukraine, Turkey and the UK. North Macedonia is a NATO member and EU membership candidate country. The country offers attractive investment and trade opportunities in target sectors: Machine Automotive components, ICT, Agribusiness and Food Processing, Textile industry, Pharmaceuticals and Medical devices, Energy and Tourism. The country offers flat tax system, availability of qualifies workforce and attractive financial support to investments.