Valamar Opening Luxury Hotel and Camp in June

In the first quarter of 2019, Valamar Riviera recorded 53 million kuna in total revenue and seven million kuna more in sales revenue than in the first quarter of 2018. The tourist company said this is mostly the result of the successful first winter season of the Valamar Obertauern Hotel and that, due to the move of the Easter holidays to the second quarter and the small share of revenues realized by Valamar in the first quarter, the results are not indicative.

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Croatian National Bank Promotes Adoption of Euro

Fifty-two percent of Croatian citizens support adoption of the euro, 40 percent are against and eight percent are undecided, Croatian National Bank (HNB) governor Boris Vujčić said , citing the results of the latest survey conducted by the central bank every six months.

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SLO CRO business club organized the presentation of Slovenian wines

 

A meeting of businessmen at Vigred was held in Zagreb, where for the first time in Croatia were presented wines, gastronomy and tourist offer of Bela Krajina, more precisely the southeast of Slovenia. The meeting organized by the SLO-CRO business club and it was also the announcement of the three-day event Vinska Vigred v Beli krajina, which takes place from 17 to 19 May in Metlika and is known as the largest wine festival in Slovenia.

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New Passenger Terminal at Zadar’s Gaženica Port Opens

A new passenger terminal at Zadar’s Gaženica Port was opened on Wednesday on Zadar County Day.

After President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović officially opened the new terminal, Zadar County Prefect Božidar Longin said that the port project was something that generations of Zadar citizens had dreamt of.

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STRONG BRAND IS REQUIRED IN EDUCATION SECTOR TOO

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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