To mark 100 years of Finland’s independence, distinguished guests had the opportunity to see the impressive works of the world renowned Finnish-American photographer Arno Rafael Minkkinen at the opening of his exhibition Taivaanranta / Obala neba / Firmament, on display for the first time in Croatia at the prominent Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb. Continue Reading →
One of the main events this season was the annual reception of the Austrian and German Business Communities in Croatia. Jointly organized by Advantage Austria, the Austrian Trade Commission and AHK, the German-Croatian Chamber of Commerce together with the Economic Department of the German Embassy, more than 400 guests from economy, business, politics and diplomacy enjoyed a great night of networking and partying at Zagreb’s Top location Lauba.
On December 1, 2017 the Korea-Croatia Business Forum was successfully organized in Zagreb by the by the Croatian-Korean Business Club, the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Croatia, KOTRA and the Korean Tourism Organization. This years forum was organized under the high auspices of the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia together with the partners Lošinj Hotels & Villas, Qatar Airways, DMC Adriatic and Travel Lounge. Together with the hosts, the ambassador of the Republic of Korea to the Republic of Croatia H.E. Park Won-Sup and the president of the Croatian-Korean Business Club Mr. Zoran Horvat the ceremony was also attented by the Deputy Speaker of the Croatian Parliament academician Željko Reiner, Adviser to the President of the Republic of Croatia Mr. Luka Đurić, Assistant Minister of Tourism Mr. Robert Pende, director of the Zagreb Tourist Board Ms. Martina Bienenfeld, rector of the University of Zagreb professor Damir Boras, Mr. Mladen Vedriš, Mr. Stjepan Roglić, and 150 representatives of Croatian and Korean companies and institutions. Continue Reading →
On 29 November, 2017 the Embassy of Romania in Zagreb organized a reception to celebrate the National Day of Romania.The ceremony was attended by representatives of the political, parliamentary, diplomatic, economic, cultural and academic communities, and the media, as well as members of the Romanian community and Romanian-speaking communities in Croatia. Continue Reading →
REXPO HTL Day is focusing on the first edition of REXPO Fair in tourism. This year, the program emphasized the potential and development projects of luxury tourism in the Alps Adriatic region, in the segments of luxury residences, glamping and the latest hotel projects. Award ceremony completed REXPO 2017 Fair.
This is the traditional annual award ceremony organized by National Geographic Russia, and the prize is awarded for the best destinations for Russian vacationers, based on readers’ voices, which were more than 270,000 this year. The ceremony was held last night in Moscow, and Croatia won the “Family Vacation” category in the strong competition of countries such as Turkey, Bulgaria, Greece, Finland and Cyprus. Continue Reading →
The Valamar Group will invest a total of HRK 705 million in 2018. Valamar Riviere Supervisory Board d.d. approved the investments in the amount of HRK 633 million, while the Supervisory Board of Imperial d.d. approved investments amounting to HRK 72 million, totaling HRK 705 million. After more than 4 billion kuna of realized investments over the past period, Valamar Rivera, as the leading investor in Croatian tourism, continues to invest heavily in the investment cycle worth 2 billion kunas to 2020. In 2017, Valamar invested HRK 906 million in its largest annual investment cycle in Croatian tourism and opened up to 1,000 new jobs. Continue Reading →
The first day of the 6th edition of the International Fair of Investment Projects REXPO 2017 met the expectations of the organizers and participants who had the opportunity to hear the attitudes of the public and private sector on the investment potential of Croatia, through six panels held, and to discuss the many current topics, challenges and opportunities with which meet those who have an interest in investing in Croatia.
Foreign investors take Croatia as an example in the “work-life balance” category, which is not negligible. By joining the EU and by accepting all the laws and norms of behaviour and business, Croatia has become a part of culture of the wider European circle, which thus brought the mechanisms of legal and financial protection of foreign investors to an EU level, for Diplomacy&Commerce says Mladen Fogec, President of the Foreign Investors Council in Croatia. Continue Reading →
The International Fair of Investment Projects – REXPO 2017, during the two days of the event, November 30 and December 1, will again in City Plazi, gathering a number of stakeholders interested in developing public and private investment projects. The UK is a partner country, and British investors REXPO are seen as a platform that will enable them to be informed about the investment opportunities in Croatia and the creation of valuable contacts that could trigger a greater investment momentum. And DAMAC International, the leading investor in luxury real estate in the Middle East, at REXPO comes with the same goal. Continue Reading →