Adria Media Group and Cosmopolitan reward young creative people

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Cosmopolitan and Telenor gloriously finished their project by awarding young talents. First Cosmopolitan Young Talent Awards, sponsored by Telenor, took place in Štab gallery where young talents in five categories were awarded. Creative and affirmative Cosmo project in partnership with Telenor, started with recently held exhibition “My Creative Me”, finishes with last night proclamation of award winners.

Nasja Veljkovic, editor in chief of Cosmopolitan and Dina Janevski director of brand and marketing communications at Telenor and mentor in the digital category azure, welcomed the guests and highlighted the importance of supporting young people and their growing devotion to the digital world. Then they congratulated the winners and handed awards. Cosmopolitan Young Talent Awards brought together numerous guests from public life, as well as young creative people and their mentors, including designer Biljana Tipsarevic and photographer Milos Nadaždin. The host of the evening was well known speaker Aleksandra Stanišić. Cosmopolitan for Young Talent was declared Jelena Dimitrijevic, a fashion designer, a Azure Telenor prize went to the hands of Miljana Nikodijević creator of Bring IT application.

Jelena Dimitrijevic and Miljana Nikodijević are a part of Adria Media Group and Cosmopolitan magazine project : “My Creative Me 2” the implementation of which lasted for 6 months. From a total of 400 applications, 38 selected young talents had the opportunity to display their works at the exhibition, held two weeks ago. Award for Start Up, the best technological innovation, got Ivan Gligorijević, a co-founder of the mBrainTrain, sports category winner is Ivana Jorović, tennis player and for music Kim Tamara Žebić the guitarist was awarded. Award for contributing social responsibility won Marijana Todosijević.

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Young creative wowed the jury with their talent.

Bring IT app of Miljana Nikodijević is conceived as a database platform for networking, which offers participants the ease of navigation through the case studies, problem-solving and networking with companies that could be potential employers. On the other hand, Jelena Dimitriević her creativity focused on fashion and brilliant designs that she enriched with incredible colors and unusual details.
Ivan Gligorijević with the mBrainTrain dealt with issues regarding tractability of brain activity, control signals, providing greater control of certain areas of the brain and monitoring of brain activity on a tablet or laptop.

Ivana Jorović as a player for Serbian national team under the age of 14 became the champion of the world, playing alongside junior and senior tournaments. Kim Tamara Žebić was eleven when began to play guitar and wrote her first songs. She soon founded first band called Evil Smile and in 2011 reached the semi-final in “I have Talent” reality show. She has performed at numerous festivals including Beer Fest, EXIT and Spring Blues Fest. Her mentor is a guitar legend Vlatko Stefanovski. Marijana Todosijević fights for better tomorrow, equality between the sexes and raises awareness of the culture. With the support of student organizations ‘Value system’ has launched a panel discussion titled “What number is final?”, which has the theme of combating violence against women.

Guests enjoyed the pleasant atmosphere with extraordinary red and white wine of Cantine Ronco winery of Supernova company, and for refreshment Voda Voda was in charge. Participants were able to enjoy in Gorki List as well, while beer lovers have chosen Heineken or Amstel.

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