"In addition to scholarships for students in fields where there is a shortage of jobs, we want our entrepreneurs with lifelong learning to adjust to the needs of the market and to run their businesses better. Investing in young people and knowledge is our future," said Prefect Galić. „"Every year the PUMA program includes over 100 participants, but last year there were160 participants. The programs respond to the actual needs of our entrepreneurs, and since the training is held in the county, we rationalize their time and business. We are aware that there is a mismatch in the labor market between the number of entrepreneurs and quality in terms of what is needed in the business world, but through this training we want to provide entrepreneurs with the skills that are needed in the business world," Bernard Jakelić added during the signing. In addition to representatives of the County and CEA the signing or the Agreement was attended by representatives of companies and members of the CEA from Vukovar-Srijem County: Ivana Buday, Center for Assistance and Care Primim Vukovar; Katarina Pešut, Health Care Institution, Fernbach Nustar, and Tomislav Mihaljević and Darko Vicković, of the Port of Vukovar.