Conference: “The Economist Svijet u 2022. ” 14.12. in Lauba, Zagreb

For the third year in a row, we organize The Economist, World in 2022. conference in Zagreb, where the most invited and professional representatives of their industry will talk about business challenges, expectations and facing all that the next year bring, and in light of global challenges reflect on local markets and countries.


In addition to the introductory address of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Croatia Andrej Plenković, we are honored to announce the presentation of the project of a network of electric taxis without driver Mate Rimac. 5 ambassadors accredited in Zagreb : H.E. Gaëla Veyssièrea Ambassador of the French Republic, H.E. Simon Thomas OBE Ambassador of the United Kingdom, H.E Ruaidhri Dowling, Ambassador of Ireland, H.E. Robert Richard Klinke, Ambassador of Germany , Ognian Zlatev, Head of the European Commission Representation in Croatia, will talk about respect of international law and international agreements at the global level and the “new shuffling of cards” in global politics in the panel “International agreements today and tomorrow – security or dead letter”. At the business panel “Transforming the business from the perspective of users”, directors and CEOs of some of the largest companies in their industry : Sándor Fasimon, President of the Management Board of INA, Pavao Vujnovac, owner and CEO of Energia naturalis Group, Adrian Ježina, CEO Telemach Slovenia and CEO Telemach Croatia Gordan Kolak, President of the Management Board of Končar, Mirna Marovič, President of the Croatian Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (CVCA) and Director and VentureXchange,  will talk about how new times and conditions, challenges and global rules affect their business and what they will adjust to meet challenges. The title of the conference “Transformation of the Croatian Economy through the National Recovery and Resilience Program 2021-2026” permeates all topics and discussions. which, among other things, will be discussed by Prime Minister Plenković.