The members of the Project Team on the NESESER (Newly established Start-up Enterprise SERvices) at the second regular meeting informed the members of the Advisory Team about the course of implementation activities foreseen in the project application. The project managers from both sides of the border (BiH and Republic of Serbia) Indira Muharemović and Ana Milenković announced that the space for the future business incubator has been provided, and that they are in the process of preparing the tender documents for the purchase of equipping business incubators / centers, worth 95,000 convertible marks, after which the first “start-up residents” are expected. The City of Loznica previously provided space for its start-up residents, while the Brčko District of BiH only recently resolved this issue due to administrative procedures, according to which it was first necessary to obtain appropriate space in the city center with the consent of the Brčko District Government, and then to renovate it in order to served the intended purpose. The Office for the Management of Public Assets on behalf of the Development and Guarantee Fund of the Brčko District of Bosnia and Herzegovina has drawn up project terms of reference and is in the process of obtaining bids for the design of space for the establishment of a business incubator/entrepreneurial center. After the creation of the design and technical documentation, the creation of the tender documentation for the procurement of works services will be started. In the coming period, the Project Team will work on networking business-entrepreneurial centers at the local and regional level, about which the public will be informed. For the purpose of reminding, the NESESER project is co-financed by the European Union within the framework of the finacial Instrument of Pre-accession Assistance (IPA II), and is implemented by the Development and Guarantee Fund of Brčko District in partnership with the City of Loznica and the Institute for Development and Innovation IDI from Belgrade.