Infrastructure

Črni kal. Photo: Arsen Perić


Slovenia’s geostrategic position at the cross-roads of transport routes, well-developed ITC and physical infrastructure, technological networks and platforms, centres of excellence and clusters as evidence of a high-level innovation activity, make it a location of choice for many types of businesses.

Strong commercial contacts across Eastern and South-eastern Europe, a deep-sea port and the extensive transport network give easy access to some 500 million consumers in Europe. Foreign investors can serve the Western Balkans at reasonable business costs thanks to Slovenia’s well-educated and internationally savvy workforce. Slovenia is a bridge to the countries of Southeastern Europe. For historical reasons, Slovenia can be considered as a bridge to the countries of Southeastern Europe, especially Balkan countries, and therefore help open up new possibilities for cooperation.