Franz Kafka, “The Trial”
It would suffice that every thirty years on the territory of Serbia a businessman like Tomislav Đorđević is born, with the vision inherent to those who have ideas to create something new, relying on the economic law that the market is the basic measure of success. He was the prime originator of numerous projects at home and abroad that brought success and exceptional results not only to him and his family, but also to many workers that he employed and their families.
Tomislav Đorđević and his family cannot be seen lounging in Belgrade cafes, at events where it is important to be seen, but you can encounter them in meetings with respectable business people in “search” of new solutions. Simply, it is a family that enjoys working, enjoys doing business, while they could, given what they have accumulated, travel around the world and enjoy other comforts in life.
And another thing. Tom Đorđević has, as a socially responsible businessman, been setting aside funds for a range of humanitarian activities, and given donations to support many sporting and cultural events. That is a known fact.
These days I often ask myself the question: Who wants Tomislav Đorđević out of the picture?
Dragan Kosanović, Member of Art Directors Club Serbia
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