CBCG Awards the Best Business Ideas of Secondary School of Economics “Mirko Vešović” Pupils


The traditional school competition of students of the Secondary School of Economics “Mirko Vešović” in Podgorica for the best business idea was held today under the general sponsorship of the CBCG.

According to the decision of the jury, which included a CBCG representative, the first prize of 500 euros was awarded to fourth-grade pupils Luka Adžić, Nemanja Peković, Dejan Đukić and Ilija Maliković, under the mentorship of professors Violeta Đukanović and Božana Vujadinović for the business idea of TrashGo.

It is an idea for efficient waste management through an application that would map locations for garbage disposal, i.e., by providing garbage and other waste removal services to private and legal entities directly from their locations, either by invitation or on a subscription basis.

The second prize of 400 euros was awarded to the second-grade team consisting of Lara Vukotić, Mija Palibrk, and Sara Ramović, with the mentoring of professor Adrijana Mugoša, for the business idea of the Ski Map application. The third prize of 300 euros was awarded to second-grade pupils Anđela Raičević, Arijana Emini, and Natalija Bošković, with the mentorship of Adriana Mugoša, for the business idea of a Safe bracelet.

The CBCG provided the total prize fund to strengthen financial education. It continuously works to increase financial literacy, especially among children and youth, and stimulates them to acquire knowledge, attitudes, and skills in entrepreneurship, a significant segment of economic development.