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Brose as main sponsor of the BUDI Festival in Pančevo

Pančevo, 04-20-2023

Brose supports the regional cultural offerings of the city of Pančevo through targeted sponsorship and is the main sponsor of the Pančevo Cultural Centre for the third year in a row. This year, Brose also sponsored the BUDI Festival organised by the cultural centre, a series of events with courses, performances and workshops put together especially for children and young people.

The BUDI Festival offers the young participants the opportunity to try out their talents and creativity in various artistic fields such as painting, film or fashion and also serves as a platform to present the children's works of art to the public.

Roman Strakoš, the managing director of Brose Pančevo, had the pleasure of opening the well-attended event at noon on Thursday. "When we first heard about the BUDI Festival, it was immediately clear to us that we would like to support this programme. We are very happy about this initiative to promote children's creativity. It is important that we provide opportunities for the younger generations to develop their skills and discover their talents."

"By cooperating with the Pančevo Cultural Centre, we are also increasing the attractiveness of the region for employees and their families and raising Brose's profile as an employer. This commitment is further underlined by the planning of a Brose Kids Club in Pančevo, which will offer our employees and their families an additional educational and childcare option," Strakoš continued.

Brose already operates Kids Clubs in Coburg and Ostrava, Czech Republic, and will open two more childcare facilities next year in Bamberg and Prievidza, Slovakia. The Kids Club for Serbia, where up to 75 children of Brose employees can later be looked after, is currently still in the planning stage.

"I am firmly convinced that our cooperation will grow and that we will offer the citizens and our employees, in cooperation with the city of Pančevo, significant added value," Roman Strakoš concluded.