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Croatian Business Club adopts new goals at the first 2019 General Assembly

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In addition to increasing the number of members and deepening the cooperation among the current members, the goals of the Croatian Business Club in 2019 will be to strengthen collaboration through joint activities with the Croatian Chamber of Commerce representatives in the Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in Serbia, as well as establishing cooperation with the scientific-professional community.

These goals, as well as a report on activities in 2018, were adopted at the Assembly of the Croatian Business Club held in mid-March in Belgrade, in the presence of the Croatian Ambassador H.E. Gordan Bakota.

Expansion of collaboration with foreign chambers and business associations, participation in conferences on international cooperation, Club’s gatherings aimed at attracting new members were some of the main activities planned for 2019. 

President of the Croatian Business Club Marija Radulović announced that in cooperation with the Croatian Chamber of Commerce Representative Office in Belgrade and the Embassy of the Republic of Croatia, the issue of relevance to member firms’ activities in front of state institutions and bodies will continue.

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