We are proud to say that, after 15 years in the market, we now have offices in 2 countries and 4 cities where we have 750 full-time employees.
All these cities are unique in their way and here are a few reasons why we chose to open our offices there.
Novi Sad is a European capital of culture for 2022 and the capital of the province of Vojvodina. This is a wonderful university city on the Danube River, famous for its IT energy.
IT companies are the guilty ones for spreading the "IT vibes" and growing the industry in our lovely city.read more
Zrenjanin is a peaceful city famous for its beauty and IT flame. Thanks to the Technical Faculty “Mihajlo Pupin”, a lot of IT companies have emerged there. Our company is one of the co-founders of ICT Klaster in Zrenjanin, which has a mission to put Zrenjanin on the list of the top IT centres in Serbia with excellent opportunities for education of IT experts and growing IT companies.
When you are in Zrenjanin make sure you visit Carska bara, Lake Peskara and the settlement of Ečka.
Niš is the third largest city in Serbia and it is located in the southern area of our country. It is named after the river Nišava which flows through the city. Niš is a real historical and cultural center. Some of the must-see monuments are the Scull tower and Niš Fortress.
In the last few years, a lot of companies came to Niš and their IT story started. Our Vega IT Niš team brings together some of the best engineers who took a big part in the development of the IT industry there.
Podgorica is the capital city of Montenegro, a country known for its delicious food, hospitality, and rich history. With multiple technical universities, and the growth of the IT community, Podgorica is establishing itself as the biggest IT center in the country. Our office there is our first business endeavour outside the borders of Serbia.
When you visit Podgorica make sure not to miss The Clock Tower, Cathedral of Resurrection of Christ and to visit Stara Varoš. Also, don’t forget to see a mesmerising seaside which is very near Podgorica.
We would like to make your trip to Novi Sad as easy as possible, which is why we collected all the necessary information on how to get to our city and office.find out more
The official language is Serbian. However, English is widely spoken at hotels, restaurants and shops. Almost everyone involved in hosting speaks at least one foreign language (English, German, French...), but if you try to use at least a few words in Serbian, locals will be delighted to talk to you, even show you around the city.
An interesting thing about the Serbian language is that you write as you speak and you read as it is written so this can help you learn some of the words very easily. Here are some of the words and expressions that can help you:
I co-founded Vega IT 15 years ago with my university roommate Saša Popović. We shared a dream to do incredible work that makes us - and our clients - happy. We now have more than 750 engineers who share our passion and bring deep expertise to every project – and we’re ready to tackle whatever project you’ve got for us. Send me an email to start the conversation: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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