core group consists of three individuals:
Ms. Natasa Ljubeckij
Natasa Ljubeckij is a team leader of Macedonian
Consulting Group (MCG). Her responsibilities include the
overall management of all international and domestic
projects for the company, as well as the identification,
development and management of "teams" of
Ms. Ljubeckij is considered as one of the leading
professional s in the agribusiness area in the Balkans.
Her specialty is development of an agribusiness sector
analysis; import/export development; and preparation of
business plans and investment profiles for investments in
Macedonian agribusiness and agriculture sector; and
marketing of them. Working on a number of international
projects she is able to provide a unique combination of
extensive knowledge about Macedonian economy in post
privatization period, combined with western trends and
practices. She has leaded and successfully accomplished
several projects in establishing trade and joint venture
relationships between Macedonian and foreign companies in
a private sector.
Mr. Saso Risteski
Mr. Risteski is considered as one of the leading
Macedonian consultants. His focus of interest is in
several categories \endash marketing, management and
agribusiness. Risteski operates with a full range of
marketing skills, especially marketing planning, export
marketing, marketing research and training. He is very
competent in project development, managem ent and
Risteski has worked with professional western
consultants, which enabled him to obtain a clear insight
of not only businesses in the Balkan region, but in the
Western Europe and United Kingdom and the United States.
He is currently working on his Master of Science program
at the school of economics in Skopje, Macedonia.
Mr. Blagoja Milosevski
Mr. Milosevski has extensive experience in
management consulting. He has provided consulting
services to manufacturing industry in the areas of
business planning, information technology and financial
analysis. Prior to joining MCG he has been with several
Macedonian and foreign companies including the Macedonian
Business Resource Center where he worked as a project
Mr. Milosevski holds a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering.
He has participated on a number of managment training
courses in the country and abroad. Currently he is
pursuing his Masters degree in Business Economy. He is
fluent in most Slavic languages, English and has a
working knowedge in German.