The conference is attended by around a hundred business leaders from the SEE countries. They participate in roundtable discussions, grouped according to the economic sectors, and discuss the impediments to and possibilities of cooperation in the region. The proposals of how to improve regional cooperation in particular sectors will be presented in a plenary panel session featuring the state delegations from the SEE countries, including Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Serbia. On the second day of the conference, the participants focus on how to attract global investors to the region, with some of the largest investors in the SEE countries sharing their experiences, while the key managers of the region’s prominent banks will attend the final panel and talk about accessing finances for different business projects. “One of the main goals of this year’s Summit100 is to create new opportunities for cooperation and strengthen the foundations for the realization of the joint business interests in the region’s seven economic sectors with the biggest developmental potentials. At this year’s Summit100 we will also have an opportunity to find out how to successfully institutionalize regional cooperation without jeopardizing the countries’ sovereignty and identity, by hearing about an example of cooperation between the Nordic countries,” stated Damir Kuštrak, President of the Summit100 Board.