Price2Spy’s Team Building – Divcibare

Price2Spy announcements 3.6.2022. Reading Time: 2 minutes

This year our company traveled together after more than two and a half years. Finally! 

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After the pandemic hit the world, we did not get to see each other very often as we all worked remotely. This year’s team-building was so wanted in our company. We were thrilled to reunite and finally meet in person new faces that joined our team.

The last time we gathered was in May 2021 at a barbecue, in the backyard of the building of our company, due to the pandemic measures that were present in our country at the time. Since then, we welcomed aboard many new colleagues.

So many things piled up to celebrate together. Yet, the most important one that gathers us all was the acquisition of our company by Total Specific Solutions. We are looking forward to being a part of the TSS group and growing together. TSS Managing Director, Daniel Lar and Group Head of M&A, Nikola Curak joined us for the team building.

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We spent three sunny days together at the mountain Divcibare, the weather was perfect, and the activities we had were entertaining. A touch of enjoying nature and a touch of partying, just like most of us prefer. 

In between walking in nature and dancing on the dancefloor of our hotel restaurant, we had spare time to play board games, table tennis, basketball, treat ourselves to coffee and ice cream, and most importantly, laugh excessively. We even spontaneously organized the Price2Spy arm wrestling championship. We had so much fun competing and cheering on each other in the middle of the night after the party was over.

We hope that we will not wait this long for the next gathering. We’re all looking forward to the next team building!


Marijana Bjelobrk
Marijana Bjelobrk is a Junior Digital Marketing Specialist, writing for Price2Spy since November 2021. She graduated BBA at Oklahoma City University in May 2020, majoring in marketing. While studying, she had a part-time job at the Economical Research and Policy Institute, where she gained experience in research, critical thinking, and writing professional articles.