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Great success of the project “START IN PISAK with ONE CROATIA initiative”: Four new entrepreneurs are joining PISAK

After the public call for beginner entrepreneurs to join the Incubation program in PISAK, four entrepreneurs whose business ideas were rated highest by...

[ 24. May 2024. ]


Croatia is one of the countries with the highest annual incidence of thyroid cancer in the world – as high as 10 per 100,000 inhabitants per year, and a similar ratio is recorded in the Banovina region. With the noble goal of raising funds for the purchase of a color Doppler ultrasound machine for the residents of Petrinja and the surrounding area, the Croatian...


What`s Meeting G2?

G2 Meeting
The G2 meeting is a conference aimed at networking business people of Croatian origin from all over the world with increasing investment in emigration and export of Croatian products.

Why join G2 Meeting?

Why Join?
• Networking
• New Business Opportunities
• Transfer of knowledge and experience
• Connect with Croatian Chambers worldwide

G2 Program?


• Project of encouraging the return of young
• Croatia - digital nomadic destination
• Croatian business stories around the world
• Dating Session - Who Is Who

Advanced Attendees
Business people from 34 countries
Skilled speakers with 47 panels
start-ups/student associations
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What Participants Says

Branka Čubelić

Dreamtime Events Croatia

Alex Tudor

President of the Croatian-Chilean Chambers of Commerce
and Tourism (CROCHAM)

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