Meeting G2 Conference is an event held once a year, where G2 stands for 2nd generation. That abbreviation describes that the main goal of the Conference is to connect and network business people from the homeland with Croatian business people from all parts of the world, emigrants of the 2nd, but also 3rd and 4th generation. The long-term goals of MG2 are to increase emigrant investment in Croatia as well as to support companies from Croatia that are export-oriented through connections with Croatian chambers and Croatian business people around the world.

The organizer of the conference is the “Multidisciplinary team of Croatians both in our Homeland and abroad” whose main goal is to connect business people from Croatia and its diáspora in order to enhance the diaspora’s investment in the Homeland. We strive to carry out our mission as ordinary volunteers, because we deeply believe that Croatia can be richer, happier and more developed – precisely with the help of diaspora and in a close cooperation with the numerous Croatian emigration. We at MG2 strongly believe that Croatia has not only 4 million inhabitants, as shown by the last population census, but even 8 million, because around 4 million Croatians live all over the world.

For the first 8 years, Conference was held in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. The first six conferences were held in the Congress Center Forum Zagreb, but then covid-19 disrupted us and changed everything, forcing us to hold virtual and hybrid gatherings. This year, the MG2 Conference leaves Zagreb for the first time! We have found the perfect place for networking of business people from Croatia and the world in Sisak – at the PISAK Business Incubator. Meeting G2.9 will be held on September 28 and 29, 2023.
You can find more information about the first eight conferences in the section on Activities and Conclusions at already held conferences.

The Meeting G2 Conferences, including MG2.9, are intended for all business people from Croatia and business people of Croatian origins from all over the world – who see opportunities for growth and development of their businesses and ideas in creating new contacts with other fellow Croatians around the world.

Our events are regularly attended by foreign businessmen and entrepreneurs of Croatian origin, representatives of Croatian chambers from around the world, from Australia and Europe to North and South America, representatives of Croatian companies interested in exporting as well as developing projects in Croatia through cooperation with Croats from abroad.

Our events are regularly supported by the most important institutions in Croatia. In addition to the former President of the Republic of Croatia, who gave high patronage to all previous conferences and personally participated in them, there were always the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, the Central State Office for Croats outside the Republic of Croatia, the City of Zagreb, the Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Crafts, the Agency for Investments and Competitiveness , HAMAG-BICRO, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce and the Zagreb Tourist Board, among others.

More than 1100 guests have participated in the eight conferences so far, including more than 300 successful Croatian businessmen from 34 countries.

Croatian businesswomen and men from 34 countries have participated so far in the first 8 MG2 conferences – coming from Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Equatorial Guinea, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Monaco, The Netherlands, North Macedonia, Peru, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, UK (United Kingdom) and the USA (United States of America), Venezuela and of course – Croatia.

The  program of  Meeting G2.9 business conference is  available on the official Conference website at the Meeting – Conference Program Meeting G2. Detailed programs with lists of key speakers, panelists and moderators from previous 8 MG2 conferences can be found in our Archive.

Croatian and English will be official languages of the MG2.9 Conference.

The general purpose of all conferences is to connect business people, but each conference puts a special emphasis on a segment of the economy. More information on the link – Topics and Conclusions of the Meeting G2 Conference.

A number of panelists attend the conference every year, and at the eight conferences so far, 47 panels have been organized with 250 panelists. More information can be found at the link – Panelists MG2.

Also, 40 lectures were organized at the previous conferences and 42 start-ups were presented.

Applications / Fees

The registration fee will be EUR 200 for 2 conference days, and EUR 250 for all three days, including the excursion surprise the last day. In case of purchasing a registration fee during the BlindBird period until June 28, 2023, participants will receive a discount of 50% for 2 days and 40% for 3 days, i.e. the price in this case is EUR 100 for 2 days and EUR 150 for 3 days.

You can purchase your tickets here

The ticket for two days of the Conference includes participation in the Conference for two days, lunch on both days and a formal dinner on the first and second day of the Conference.
With a ticket for three days, in addition to the above, dinner on the second day and an excursion on the third day are included. For now, we won’t tell you exactly what kind of trip it is because Blind Bird tickets are being purchased, but it will be fun and active 😉😊

The deadline for registration will be September 26th, 2023.

Pre-registration for the Conference (BlindBird tickets) will last until June 28, 2023, and those who pay the registration fee by that time (June 26 included) will receive maximum discount, which you can see under question No 10.

This will be followed by the EarlyBird registration period, which will also be limited in time.

Yes, 3rd person from the same organization will receive a 50% discount on a full price of a regular ticket.

Via the Conference website at the link Sign up or directly here

As always, seats are never numbered. Sessions will be on a first-come basis.

3rd Day is intended for all the participants that want to have extra fun time with other participants, who have an adventurous spirit and, also, who are fast in purchasing tickets – because number of places is limited. More information coming soon…


Parking is free and has enough capacity, one less thing to worry about, and leave everything else to us.

There is a large free outdoor parking lot next to the Pisak Entrepreneurial Incubator. There is also a charging station for electric vehicles.

So, there is no need to worry about parking and batteries with us and our partners in Sisak😉

Parking is free and has enough capacity, one less thing to worry about, and leave everything else to us.

There is 3 star Hotel Panonia in Sisak:

Or, if you prefere, you can look for apartment in Sisak area HERE.


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Did you know that G2 Croatian Business Summit is a completely volunteer project. There are several permanent members in the organizing committee, who are joined by additional members in order to successfully organize the conference.

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