In the era of dial-up Internet Branimir Gajić and Branislava Gajić Stanojević from Subotica, and Stefan Salom from Belgrade, they founded Infostud. They are today co-owners and are the management of the Infostud Group.
Infostud was financed from the wages and fence of the founder. It worked from home from personal computers. It was a service for students with a focus on presentations of faculties and study tours.
The field of employment is seen as a promising business model, and a separate site poslovi.infostud.com, which today is the most successful business of Infostud Group, is created.
The first profit was realized. We enter the first office at the Institute of Economics.
DialUp goes to History, ADSL is coming to Subotica. We buy the first official car.
A site called polovni automobili.com, today a leading advertiser in the automotive market was bought.
We are partnering with Daily Mail and General Trust, a British corporation that becomes the owner of 25% Infostud.
We are opening the first office in Belgrade.
The first Infostud baby was born.
We are expanding to e-commerce by buying a website on the Internet selling tires.
We buy a site My garage, a place where Serbia parks cars.
The Finnish corporation Alma Media takes over 25% Infostud from Daily Mail.
We cross the figure of 100 employees.
We have created a Hello World site for IT professionals.
We buy the Osigurnik site and the first in Serbia we are developing a comparative model of insurance sales.
We enter the real estate area by purchasing the 4zida.rs website.
Together with 8 other IT companies, we set up the Digital Serbia Initiative, a non-governmental and non-profit organization that advocates the transformation of Serbia into a digital society.
We are launching the Infostud Hub, a gathering place for IT community in Subotica.
We have 9 businesses and 180 employees.
We are launching the first Machine Learning Conference in Subotica, visited by more than 100 participants.
From the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, we receive the Đorđe Vajfert Award for influencing the development of IT markets at the national and local level.