Even though Croatia is successful in the implementation of certain children’s rights, surveys, including those conducted by UNICEF, show that good averages often hide that there are children who are deprived of many rights and we, as a society, have to take special care of them.
On the occasion of the German Unity Day at the Esplanade Hotel in Zagreb, a ceremonial reception was held. A great number of vocalists addressed the newly appointed ambassador of Germany in Croatia H.E Robert Klinka, who underlined the good relations between the two countries and the common challenges they face.
On Saturday, October 13, in the Museum of Mimara was held the Day of Japan organized by the Embassy of Japan in Croatia. The goal of the event is to show different events in a day, to show visitors the Japanese way of life. This year was also presented an exhibition titled “Japan – day by day”.
The City of Novi Sad invites all interested domestic or foreign legal entities (hereinafter referred to as: Potential partners) to submit non-binding written offers (hereinafter: Letters of interest) for the management and improvement of business operations of the PE Sports and Business Center “Vojvodina” Novi Sad with investment in the building of the Sports and Business Center “Vojvodina” Novi Sad (hereinafter: the Facility).
All data, including personal data, are becoming increasingly more important for business operations in Croatia as well. Consequently, it is necessary to conduct a quality and continuous education of employees in order to familiarize them with rules for protection of all data, including personal data, as stipulated by GDPR
More than 100 people from German-Croatian business circles gathered in the fifth edition of the Oktoberfest of the German-Croatian Industrial and Chamber of Commerce. Apart from Bavarian culinary specialties and unavoidable beer for a great atmosphere, the German band Rockaholics Buam and traditional AHK-Oktoberfest moderator Mario Petreković took care of.
Rox d. o. o. has signed a management agreement with Orbis SA – the exclusive licensor of AccorHotels’ brands in Eastern Europe, for the very first Novotel hotel in Croatia.
The regular meeting of the Swiss-Croatian Business Association was held in Zagreb on 2 October.
Although the government cannot be criticized for not changing things for the better, the overload of the economy, latently weakening the results of the labour market and structural problems in the education, health and pension system, slow us down and make us less attractive than the new EU member states.
The greatest difference in work and competitiveness between Croatian and foreign entrepreneurs lies in the environment or in the country. “We offer government proposals for amending the law and introducing incentives that would strengthen our competitiveness, become more attractive in attracting investment and preventing the departure of youngsters,” says Davor Majetic, chief executive of the Croatian Employers’ Association.
Our relationship is durable and prosperous and our cooperation on multiple levels including political, military and economic cooperation is close and effective.
“I was looking for a place where I could have the chance to work hard and make a difference”, that is how H.E. Mr. W. Robert Kohorst, the United States Ambassador to Croatia, explains why he set his eyes on Croatia to start his diplomatic career. Close to the end of his first year of service in Croatia, H.E. Mr. Kohorst gives our readers his insights into potential for further improvement of the already excellent relations between the US and Croatia.