Croatia’s 2019 Ernst&Young Entrepreneur of the Year is Infobip! Fifth Croatian edition of the most prestigious global competition recognizing entrepreneurial achievements took place at Lauba in Zagreb, which guaranteed a night of positivity and hope for Croatia.
The international conference InvestCro: Investment Opportunities in Croatia, organized by the Foreign Investors Council in Croatia, Večernji List, Poslovni Dnevnik and 24sata, under the auspices of the Croatian President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović, was held on March 18th, 2019.
The Croatian National Tourist Board, in cooperation with the Slovenian Tourist Organization and with the financial support of the European Tourist Board, organizes two business workshops titled “Experience Croatia, Feel Slovenia” in China.
In the European Parliament in Brussels, organized by the Croatian euro-parliamentarian Tonino Picula, was held a round table “Culture based on city culture” , where the project of the European Capital of Culture Rijeka 2020 was presented to the assemblies.
The latest news from around Croatia’s airports for new flights to Croatia with updates from Osijek, Rijeka, Pula, Dubrovnik, and Split. Also, there will be six new lines from France to Croatia this year.
The Diplomacy & Commerce Magazine , Serbian edition, a syndication of London’s The Economist magazine, celebrated its third birthday on 20 March at the National Museum in Belgrade.
The famous African-American showman, pop-rock musician, composer and jazzer, Manu Katché, started out as Peter Gabriel’s drummer, and then continued working with Tracy Chapman, Joni Mitchell, Sting, Dire Straits etc. While collaborating with Gibonni in 2001, he performed in … Continue reading
The Croatian Government has now published its initial guidance for UK nationals living in Croatia regarding the UK’s Exit from the EU. For the Republic of Croatia, it is vital to preserve the rights of Croatian citizens in the UK, … Continue reading
We want to promote Croatia’s complete wine heritage, its winemakers, wine and wine routes, nurture traditional values and initiate new forms of socializing. The abundance of wine offerings is a great asset of Croatia’s tourist offer and tourist potential, says Robert … Continue reading
Croatia’s energy group INA, whose biggest shareholders are Hungary’s MOL with just below 50 percent and the Croatian government with an almost 45 percent stake, has expanded its retail network in Montenegro by acquiring five new locations from petrol station chain Pavgord.