STRONG BRAND IS REQUIRED IN EDUCATION SECTOR TOO

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We are aware of the strong competition among the privately-owned higher education institutions in Croatia and the importance of branding, and that is why we have seriously addressed this task. We have become publicly known for our recognized campaigns under the slogans: Make a career controversial but memorable – Culture means Business.

The Dean of Zagreb School of Business, Lukša Lulić, PhD, is a doctor of economic sciences, who was appointed to this position thanks to a wealth of his managerial experience in both private and state companies in the energy sector. As a seasoned energy expert, Dr Lulić was also appointed a member of HEP Supervisory Board late last year. We are talking with Dr Lulić about the new and important tasks that education has to accomplish.

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TACKLING THE PROBLEM WITH PLASTIC – PLANET OR PLASTIC

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Every 9 minutes a million plastic bottles is sold all over the world…

Every year 9 million tonnes of plastic waste finds its way to the ocean …

Choose the planet!

In June 2018, National Geographic launched its worldwide project called “Planet or Plastic”. The goal of this project is to raise awareness about the fact that a huge amount of plastic ends up in our oceans and seas. As a global brand with a long history of scientific discoveries and research, National Geographic is in a unique position to tackle this crisis with something that it excels in – storytelling and knowledge.

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Number of Companies Which Would Reinvest in Croatia Falls Significantly

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When compared to 2018, the share of companies that would reinvest in the Republic of Croatia dropped from 68 down to 54 percent. If they were asked to do so again today, almost half of the German companies operating here would decide against investing here again, and over sixty percent of those investors have an extremely poor economic picture of the country.

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Many want to help us

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Thanks to the donations from our long-term partners, which include ordinary citizens, corporations and entrepreneurs, children and young people, who are under the Association’s care, have a carefree and happy childhood.

For 27 years, SOS Children’s Village Croatia has been successfully replacing family to children who don’t have adequate parental care.

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Croatian Airports Record 252,000 Passengers in February

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Croatian airports recorded a total of 252,000 passengers in February 2019, up 9.9% on February 2018, while the number of flight operations increased by 8.4% to 4,442, data from the national statistical office show.

On the other hand, the amount of cargo handled by all nine airports fell by 15.4% to 734 tonnes.

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Hungary Offers to Buy 25% of LNG Terminal on Krk

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The Hungarian government has made an offer to buy 25 percent of a LNG terminal that is to be built in Croatia, said Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto.

He had talks with Croatia’s Environment and Energy Minister Tomislav Ćorić on the sidelines of a China-Central and Eastern Europe summit and said it was crucial for Central Europe to diversify its gas supplies. Continue Reading →

Croatia in Plus of 14.4 Billion Kuna from EU Membership

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As one of the members of the European Union, Croatia has paid 19.7 billion kuna into the EU’s joint budget since its accession back in the summer of 2013. The Republic of Croatia has since received 34.1 billion kuna in the same period, resulting in a welcome plus of 14.4 billion kuna, the Ministry of Regional Development and EU Funds stated.

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Investment Fund Buys Mlinar, Leading Bakery Company in Croatia

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The Mid Europa Partners Fund has entered into the ownership structure of Mlinar, the leading bakery company in Croatia. Mato Škojo will retain a share, but Mid Europa will have a majority stake, according to a statement posted on the website of one of the leading investors in Central and Eastern Europe.

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Peace, Love and Communication: Weekend Takes on the Legendary Woodstock Spirit

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Under the „Peace, Love and Communication “ slogan the twelfth edition of Weekend Media Festival will bring the spirit of the legendary Woodstock. The largest media festival in the region will prepare an homage to the unforgettable American festival through discussions of the thought-provokingly fast transformation of the media industry and its dedication for the freedom of decision.

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We are not lagging behind other EU countries

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The results show that we have achieved a lot in the past year, like revenue increases, new computerization projects, and the inclusion of new medications in drug lists. We expect positive trends to continue in the future too.

When he sat in ‘the hot seat’ that is acting director of the Croatian Health Insurance Fund (CHIF), Dr Lucian Vukelić was met with divided opinions. Today, with a lot of hard work behind him and positive results ahead of him, Dr Vukelić is optimistic about the future.

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