Fiorentina: Cesare Prandelli takes charge after Giuseppe Iachini sacking | Football News

first_img“I also want to give my personal welcome to Mr Prandelli.“We believe that his skills, his professional history and his humanity, recognised and appreciated by the whole world of football, make Prandelli the best person to sit on the Viola bench.”Fiorentina did not confirm the length of Prandelli’s contract but said he will be presented to the media on Tuesday.- Advertisement – Giuseppe Iachini has been sacked as head coach by Fiorentina, with the Serie A club appointing Cesare Prandelli in his place.Prandelli returns for a second spell in Florence, having coached Fiorentina between 2005 and 2010.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –center_img He will have the task of reviving the club’s fortunes as they are 12th in the Serie A standings, after two wins from seven games this season.“I want to personally thank Beppe Iachini who, in the most difficult moment of last season, has dragged and guided the team,” club president Rocco Commisso said.“Unfortunately, the current results require a change of technical guidance.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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Greg Clarke resigns as FA chairman: What now for the Football Association? | Football News

first_imgHe was appointed by UEFA as one of their FIFA vice-presidents.However, Clarke told Sky Sports News on Tuesday night that he will resign from FIFA in February, rather than immediately, to protect UEFA’s voting rights until their extraordinary general meeting.How much damage has been done to the FA’s reputation?There is no doubt this has been damaging, at least from a perception point of view.We remain in the grip of a global pandemic. The FA needs stable leadership more than ever to deal with the immense uncertainty, at every level of the game, in the future. Bernstein raised doubts over whether there will be a diverse shortlist for the new FA Chair and Dyke’s advice to any new recruits was stark: “Don’t take the job!” he said.When will a new FA Chair be appointed?Bullingham says the FA Board aims for an appointment to be made “as soon as possible.”A deadline has not been set but it would be a big surprise if the top job wasn’t permanently filled by the end of March.Is the interim FA Chair independent?Peter McCormick has been appointed to his interim role with the “full backing” of the Board.The FA say he has a “wealth of experience” across a number of roles within football but, as a former acting chairman of the Premier League from 2014-2015, he must ensure he balances the needs of interests across every level of the game.Is Greg Clarke still in a senior position in football?Yes, he remains a FIFA vice-president for the next three months.FIFA say Clarke “did the right thing” by resigning from the FA but his term of office on the FIFA Council technically runs until 2023. Greg Dyke is a former chairman of the FA 5:08 – Advertisement – David Bernstein Mark Bullingham (copyright The FA)Image:FA chief executive Mark Bullingham says the governing body hopes to appoint a new chairman by the end of March 2021 (Picture courtesy of the FA) 1:14 England manager Gareth Southgate says Greg Clarke had no choice but to resign over his ‘not acceptable’ terminology, but also points out that the former FA Chairman has done important work behind the scenes, notably on the Diversity Code “Our process will be open and conform to the Diversity Code, ensuring that we are able to select the best candidate from a diverse talent pool,” says Bullingham.The FA has acknowledged they have been far from perfect – “we are on a journey” – and they know their next Chair needs to be selected from a pool of candidates as diverse and inclusive as possible.What are the main concerns of former top executives?David Bernstein and Greg Dyke were in charge of the FA between 2011 and 2016.Both officials have told Sky Sports News they remain concerned over the future direction of the FA, particularly involving its structure. “His words simply do not reflect the views of the FA, our people and the organisation we are today.” says Mark Bullingham, the FA chief executive. Their top priority is to find Clarke’s replacement, and the FA has promised there will be a diverse shortlist of candidates.The FA’s Football Leadership Diversity Code states that hiring will be “on merit, to find the best person for the job from diverse talent pipelines.” After the resignation of Greg Clarke as chairman, and criticism of the Football Association’s diversity and inclusivity, where does the governing body go from here? Sky Sports News’ chief reporter Bryan Swanson answers key questions over the FA’s future…What’s the feeling within the FA?There is a sense of disappointment. Greg Clarke’s resignation was swiftly accepted, and they have consistently stressed his language was not appropriate.- Advertisement – Greg Clarke resigned as FA chairman after making offensive comments before the DCMS committee Following the departure of his successor as FA Chairman Greg Clarke, Greg Dyke calls for a restructuring of the whole government of football – but says he is not confident that it will happen 5:24 The FA is used to life under intense scrutiny but normally when its England teams are competing in major competitions.Some seasoned observers of football administration were surprised at the speed of developments on Tuesday, as Clarke left his position less than five hours after his offensive and “unacceptable” comments in parliament.What’s the FA’s priority?- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Former FA chairman David Bernstein tells Sky Sports News he doubts the shortlist for Greg Clarke’s replacement will be diverse and inclusivelast_img read more

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Virgin Galactic spaceflight test delayed indefinitely due to COVID-19 in New Mexico

first_img– Advertisement – – Advertisement – The space tourism company on Nov. 5 said that the next spaceflight test was scheduled for a launch window between Nov. 19 and Nov. 23. It is planned to be the first of two test spaceflights before Virgin Galactic flies founder Sir Richard Branson and then begins commercial operations.Shares of Virgin Galactic fell as much as 10% in early trading from its previous close of $22.27. Virgin Galactic’s carrier aircraft releases its spacecraft Unity during a glide flight test.Virgin Galactic – Advertisement – Virgin Galactic’s stock dropped after the company said on Monday that it’s next spaceflight test is now delayed due to new COVID-19 restrictions implemented by New Mexico.“We will be minimizing our New Mexico operations to the greatest degree possible. While these new restrictions cause us to adjust our flight schedule, we take this pause in stride and will be prepared to resume our pre-flight procedures and announce a new test flight window as soon as we can,” Virgin Galactic CEO Michael Colglazier said in a statement.While the company’s manufacturing and development facilities are in California’s Mojave Desert, its base of operations is at Spaceport America in New Mexico.- Advertisement – Subscribe to CNBC PRO for exclusive insights and analysis, and live business day programming from around the world.last_img read more

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HHS secretary blogs on impasse with Indonesia

first_imgApr 17, 2008 (CIDRAP News) – US Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Mike Leavitt, in Vietnam today on the second leg of a 10-daytour of Southeast Asia, revealed new details on his blog today about his talks with Indonesian officials on two controversial issues: the country’s refusal to freely share H5N1 virus samples and the status of the US Navy’s medical laboratory unit, NAMRU-2.Leavitt is visiting Indonesia, Vietnam, and Singapore to discuss a host of issues, including import safety and collaborative efforts to halt the spread of infectious diseases such as avian influenza and HIV, according to an Apr 14 press release from the HHS. The United States, recognizing the burdens Indonesia and Vietnam have faced in the fight against avian influenza, has provided technical assistance and funding to further efforts to identify and prevent the disease, the HHS said.”By working together, we can improve the safety of food and other products and build a common defense against disease,” Leavitt said in the press release. Leavitt has maintained a blog on the HHS Web site since August 2007, and the HHS has said he is the first cabinet secretary to use the online forum.In early 2007, Indonesia announced it had stopped sharingH5N1 virus samples with the World Health Organization (WHO) to protest, in its view, that poorer developing countries that share samples will not have access to or afford the pandemic vaccines that pharmaceutical companies in developed nations will manufacture using the samples.The US Navy’s medical unit in Jakarta (NAMRU-2) is a WHO collaborating laboratory, and its status in the county has been uncertain since Indonesia stopped sharing its H5N1 samples. However, on Apr 10 Kyodo News Agency, a Japanese news service, reported that Indonesia’s health ministry had banned NAMRU-2 from operating in the country.Uncertain times for NAMRU-2In his blog post, which he wrote while still in Indonesia but posted today, Leavitt said that NAMRU-2 can help any Southeast Asian country identify virus samples in the event of communicable disease outbreaks. He added that the laboratory has operated in Indonesia for decades; however, the memorandum of understanding (MOU) between Indonesia and the United States expired 2 years ago, and efforts to renew the agreement have been unsuccessful.The United States also has a Navy medical unit in Cairo, Egypt, NAMRU-3, that also serves as a WHO reference laboratory and has been instrumental in analyzing H5N1 samples.Indonesia’s health minister, Siti Fadilah Supari, recently ordered Indonesian institutions to stop sending tissue samples to NAMRU-2,because she believes the sharing is illegal without an MOU and a material transfer agreement, Leavitt wrote. “Her action is obviously linked to her global initiative to seek specific benefits for sharing samples,” he added.Payment demand stalls virus-sharing talksLeavitt wrote that he had useful talks with many of Indonesia’s top federal officials, including its president, SusiloBambang Yudhoyono, though much of his time was spent discussing virus-sharing issues and the status of NAMRU-2 with Supari.A WHO working group on virus sharing has been trying to hammer out a virus-sharing agreement between global health officials and developing countries, but has made little progress. The group last met in November 2007, and a smaller version of the group may meet again in May in advance of the WHO’s World Health Assembly, according to previous reports.Little progress was made on the question of whether countries that contribute virus samples should receive direct financial compensation, Leavitt said.”The minister’s main point is that what she wants should not be considered ‘royalties’ or ‘compensation,'” he wrote. “What she says she wants is for the contributing countries to be eligible for some share of the value commercial companies create out of the influenza samples they provide.”Leavitt said he acknowledged Supari’s legitimate concerns about her country’s access to medicine and vaccines, but emphasized that health officials need to retain incentives that enable pharmaceutical companies to develop new countermeasures.”I pointed out that technology is improving and might well hold solutions that we don’t currently have,” he wrote. “Once we are using cell-based methods of making vaccines, the capacity and cost will dramatically drop, which will change the entire equation.”However, Leavitt said linking sample sharing to payment would erode the world’s ability to make any vaccines, “because the slope is slippery, and there will be no end to the demands.”Vaccine availability and sample sharing are both legitimate issues, he said. “And we must deal with them both, but we should not link[them]. World health should not be the subject of barter.”Countries set a 2-month time clockIndonesia’s coordinating minister Aburizal Bakrie suggested that the United States and Indonesia spend the next 2 months working on a solution to the impasse, Leavitt reported. He said he instructed his representative Bill Steiger and ambassador John Lange, the State Department’s special representative for avian and pandemic influenza, to continue discussions with Indonesia.Leavitt warned that, despite the new negotiations, the situation might never be resolved.”If we haven’t been successful in resolving the matter, I think it will be time for the world to just accept Indonesia’s unwillingness to participate in the WHO influenza system and move on to other ways of making the world safer.”See also:Apr 14 HHS press releaseNov 26, 2007, CIDRAP News story “Virus-sharing pact eludes WHO group, but work will continue”last_img read more

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HUPKT: The third cycle of certification of professionals in congress tourism is starting

first_imgSince 2015, the Croatian Association of Congress Tourism Professionals (HUPKT) has been implementing its own certification program called CCMEPCertified Croatian Meetings and Events Professional). Already two generations of professionals have successfully completed the program and so far 58 participants have received the certificate. The third certification cycle starts in December 2017; the first round will be held on December 5 and 6, and the second at the end of January 2018.The certificate is valid for five years, after which recertification is carried out on the basis of collected educational points, by participating in educational events organized by HUPKT. Certification programs for professionals in the convention industry are nothing new. The world’s most famous CMP certificate (Certified Meeting Professional) is very demanding and can bring certain benefits if you are oriented to the international market. CCMEP is the first Croatian certification program. ”The certificate is extremely important for our industry, especially for clients from abroad. They recognize and appreciate certification because it has been normal for them for years. The certificate itself makes it known that these are people who have experience in the profession and work according to the rules of the profession, while it gives clients the assurance that they have found a quality partner and a guarantee that their service provider is a professional. “Points out Ranko Filipović, president of the Croatian Association of Congress Tourism ProfessionalsCertification brings additional competitiveness and a certain guarantee to customers that their service provider is a professional, who approaches each project according to the rules of the profession. It is recognized, accepted and has the support of the Faculty of Economics in Zagreb (Department of Tourism), the Croatian Chamber of Commerce (Sector for Tourism) and the European Federation of Congress Organizers (EFAPCO). HUPKT is also the Preferred Provider for the Events Industry Council (EIC) which has recognized the value of the program and awarded it certification points, and collecting points is one of the steps towards CMP certification.How to get a CMP certificate The first two-day round includes:introductory / general termsthe overall organization of the gatheringsincentive travelThe second two-day round includes:recapitulation of the first roundknowledge of the destination from the aspect of MICEgroup work with presentationonline examCertification prices depend on the status of the participants:Regular member – 2.500 knAssociate member (natural person with at least 2 years of experience in the MICE sector) – HRK 2.500Associate member (legal entity, the first two natural persons from the company) – HRK 2.500 per personAssociate member (legal entity, other natural persons from the company) – HRK 5.000 per personHe is not a member of HUPKT (min. 2 years of experience in the MICE sector) – HRK 5.000The supplement for repeating the exam is HRK 750, and the supplement for the administrative renewal of the certificate, ie recertification is HRK 500. Costs include lectures, materials, making a certificate, and lunch and drinks during the lecture. Application forms and the Certification Rulebook can be obtained from HUPKT at info@cmpa.eu. You can see the list of previous CCMEP certificate winners here.last_img read more

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PP Papuk is moving into new investments with money from EU funds

first_imgIn the Papuk Nature Park, the preparation of a new project proposal for the upcoming cross-border cooperation program Interreg VA Hungary-Croatia continues. Organized by the Consul General of the Republic of Croatia in Pécs, Mrs. Vesna Haluga, a meeting of representatives of the two parks was held with the aim of continuing the partnership started with the successfully implemented project “Two rivers and one mountain”.The director of the Papuk Nature Park, Alen Jurenac and Goran Radonić, the expert manager of the Public Institution, talked with the representatives of the Danube Drava National Park, led by the director Mr. Szabolc Závoczky, about improving the tourist infrastructure through cross-border cooperation.The project proposal in which the leading partner will be the Papuk Nature Park will include several infrastructure investments in the Croatian and Hungarian border areas.The most frequent point of the Park that gained the status of a UNESCO-protected geopark in 2015, the Jankovac picnic area, which also houses the Eco Point of the Public Institution due to the exceptional popularity and attractiveness of the content and personal cars. There is only one road leading to Jankovac from the direction of Virovitica-Podravina County, which will be reconstructed during the 14-month period of the UNESCO Geopark Geopark project, starting in 2018, the Papuk Nature Park points out, adding that period traffic will take place regularly with occasional adjustments to the ride, of which visitors will be notified in a timely manner.Also, the Public Institution has determined the relative traffic load in the area of ​​the Jankovac Forest Park and creating traffic jams, and the available parking space is currently being arranged with the aim of better organization of vehicle reception at the picnic area, but there is a need for strategic and sustainable management of visitors. vehicles. “The growing interest of visitors to explore the protected area by direct movement in space motivates the employees of the Institution to plan the tracing and marking of routes through the forest area from Slatinski Drenovac to Jankovac. By arranging the area for the reception of a larger number of vehicles outside the Jankovac Forest Park, more precisely in Slatinski Drenovac, the parking space of the picnic area will be relieved. ” points out the director of the Papuk Nature Park, Alen Jurenac. Due to the tendency to expand the content for visitors, there is a need to establish an additional multi-purpose facility in Slatinski Drenovac in the immediate vicinity of the access road for the mentioned picnic area. This facility, which is recently owned by the Nature Park, is located in an attractive location, and will be converted into a multi-purpose Visitor Center as an info point where visitors will be able to get basic information about the Park, and, among other numerous facilities and services , rent a bike and set off on a network of marked routes to explore the natural beauty of Papuk.By the way, in 2015, Papuk ‘Nature Park was included in the list of geoparks under UNESCO protection as the first and so far the only park in Croatia of exceptional geological importance.Related news:PAPUK RECEIVES FIRST ACCOMMODATION CAPACITIES, DUBOKA CAMP-REST OPENEDlast_img read more

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Will we finally turn sports tourism from potential to a resource?

first_imgThat in sports tourism there is an opportunity and a cure for the seasonality of our tourism, ie a way to fill it  before and after the season we have known for years, which otherwise annually records a growth rate of as much as 14% in the world, and the best proof of this thesis is the announced sporting event in Umag.Thus, in Umag from 29.6. to 8.7. this year psaid 3000 participants, primarily athletes, delegates, judges and their companions from more than 100 countries to spend 18 to 20 nights at Blue Lagoon facilities during a series of World Karate Federation (WKF) events organized by Uniline as the official travel agency and WKF partner and the Croatian Karate Federation in this project.”We are proud to be a partner of WKF and the Croatian Karate Federation in Umag for the fifth year in a row. In terms of the number of participants and overnight stays, this is, after the EURO 2018 handball championship, the second largest sporting event in Croatia this year. ”, said Goran Sprem, executive director of Uniline for sports and corporate tourism.By organizing the European Handball Championship EURO 2018 in Zagreb and this year’s karate event in Umag and many others, Uniline, a leading Croatian tour operator, which is the official agency of a number of Croatian sports federations and clubs, has confirmed its position as a market leader in sports tourism.For decades we have been talking about the potential of sports tourism, how we have a favorable climate, we have accommodation facilities, an excellent tourist product, but we are falling on investment and infrastructure development, synergy and a complete tourist product. Sprem confirms this thesis and points out that he agrees that we have all the prerequisites, but that the biggest problem is the sports infrastructure. “What we lack is the development and investment in sports infrastructure, and the organization of more complex ones  sporting events where various Sports Federations should learn a little more at risk i.e. be more proactive. On the other hand, where there is interest, there is also initiative. Thus, cities are increasingly seeing sport as a direction that brings a huge increase in the number of overnight stays outside the tourist season. The example of Umag and this event, which generated about 20.000 overnight stays, is the best example. Also, this is an excellent indicator of synergy and cooperation between the city of Umag, the karate federation, the Blue Lagoon and Uniline.”Emphasizes Šprem and adds that sports tourism as one of the optimal forms of year-round business can significantly contribute to further diversification and sustainability of Croatian tourism.At Uniline, they have set themselves the goal of becoming “one stop sport travel company” active on a 24/7 basis, ie available to clients every day and at any time. ” We see the future of this business in the systematic and continuous expansion of services and the creation of new business models in which we seek rational and cost-effective solutions for athletes, federations and clubs and their fans and guests through our specific know-how we have developed – from organizing sports development camps for all ages to the sports preparatory part and, if necessary, preparatory and competitive segments with accompanying services”Šprem points out and concludes that Uniline decided to specialize in sports tourism 6-7 years ago, which is absolutely proving to be a good direction of development.Three important lessons We can draw three important conclusions from this story. The first mentioned in the introduction is the huge potential of sports tourism, which with its three components – tourism of sporting events, tourism of sports memories and active sports tourism and an annual volume of 660 to 700 billion dollars, which participates with 14% in the world tourism cake, experts predict dynamic growth in the next ten years.The second lesson is the direction of travel agency development. Certainly, the basic sale of accommodation is no longer in trend or enough when we talk about the work of travel agencies. The focus is on selling experiences and tourist content, as well as specialization and development of niche skills for special projects, such as Uniline started specialization as a “one stop travel company”.And the last lesson, albeit the most important, is that the whole story doesn’t revolve around major sports, such as football and big clubs. In fact, there is much greater potential in “small” sports. Of course, not everyone can attract the most famous football clubs in the world, and if we succeed, it’s just icing on the cake and added value, but the base must be all other sports. Who would have thought that karate would generate through one event to generate 20.000 overnight stays. But the management has the greatest potential here – in the development of various camps and preparations for all sports and events, to dream of some big clubs, but first let’s arrange and position a sustainable base. Here is just another plastic example… There are currently over 50 million runners in Europe and the number of runners is growing day by day. We are talking about amateurs, not professionals, who run marathons, and most often they are business people who generate over 9 billion Euros of revenue each year to hotels, carriers and race organizers.Also, we are prone to large numbers, but 100 or 500 nights is a great number in August. Of course we have to have more smaller events, actually make the best mix of small, medium and a couple big in the destination, to round out the whole story. Yes, it is necessary to invest money and time, but this is the first prerequisite if we talk about strategic positioning in the development of sports tourism.Will we finally turn sports tourism from potential to a resource?Sports tourism is much more than all of the above, and I only touched on the tip of the iceberg and a couple of key segments. It’s all up to us, the competition is not sleeping, in fact, while we are talking about potentials, others have turned sports tourism into excellent resources and reaping a large part of the cake, while we have “started” just taking crumbs. Let’s wake up, we are already ten years late from the competition, and if we want we must move boldly, decisively and proactively forward towards the market and strategic development of sports tourism.last_img read more

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Croatian tourist offer presented at the international fair in Montreal

first_imgThe Representation of the Croatian Tourist Board in the USA and the Tourist Board of the City of Zagreb presented the tourist offer of Croatia at the 31st edition of the International Travel and Tourism Show in Place Bonaventure in Montreal. With Air Transat connecting Toronto and Zagreb for the fourth year in a row with tied flights to Montreal and Vancouver from May to October, Air Canada has successfully completed the second year of a direct seasonal flight on the same route between June and October, further confirming great potential and the importance of Canada as one of the leading distant markets for Croatia. The Montreal International Tourism and Travel Show (Salon International Tourisme Voyages) organized by Expo Média is one of the most visited tourism fairs in Canada and the most important tourism fair in the Francophone area of ​​Canada. During the three days of the fair, about 36.700 visitors were recorded who had the opportunity to meet 400 exhibitors from 100 countries, participate in numerous lectures on news in destinations, travel organizer programs, prize games and enjoy the rich cultural program “Place d’Animation” , as well as in culinary presentations and delicacies from around the world “La Cuisine du monde”. The so-called Expert Zone, organized by Ulysses Travel Guides, was conceived as a meeting place for bloggers, journalists and TV presenters of well-known tourist shows. The stand of HTZ and TZGZ was among the most visited at the fair, which confirms the great interest and demand for Croatia in Canada. Also, in 2019, there was a significant increase in tourist traffic from Canada, so that so far in the year 190.853 arrivals and 531.809 overnight stays from Canada, which compared to the same period last year represents an increase of 9 percent in arrivals and 11 percent in overnight stays. . In addition to the CNTB, the Zagreb Tourist Board and Katarina Line, Croatia was presented by numerous Canadian tour operators and agents such as Transat, Air Canada Vacations, Vacances Celebritours, Club Voyages, Traditours, etc. Source: Croatian National Tourist Boardlast_img read more

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Istria wants to become a top destination for IT professionals, not just tourists. Certainly a great upgrade to tourism

first_img“In particular, our shortcoming is the lack of professional staff. Joint action is needed to influence the creation of staff that will remain there. And not only that – we want to bring young ICT professionals to Istria“, ističe Verbanac. Istria has long been known as a top tourist destination, and companies from the ICT sector operating through the ICT Istria Expert Group and the Croatian Chamber of Commerce in Pula decided to further brand the quality of life of their region to attract top professionals and companies.  The branding strategy defines five values ​​of Istria as a brand. These are courage, excellence, local value, openness and ease of living. The problematic points are, in addition to the already mentioned lack of manpower, finding accommodation for professionals and bureaucracy. That is why a Branding Strategy has been developed that promotes Istria as an ideal place to live, work and study. The goal is to create a stimulating business environment in which the competencies of the sector will create significant benefits not only for ICT companies but also for the economy of the entire county.  The corona crisis has shown the strength of the ICT sector, and now is the right time for the region to impose itself as an attractive destination for digital nomads. This requires the help of the state, ie the regulation of such a form of work that will enable experts to work for any global company, and enjoy all the benefits of life in the local area.  Photo: mirkobozzato, pixabay.com The fact that innovative ICT companies such as Infobip, Inter Soft Technologies, Infosit already operate successfully in Istria, achieve global success and represent a great development perspective certainly helps to attract experts. They are focused on new technologies, and often their clients are the world’s leading companies in their segments. So, good foundations are there, and now we need to work on them and send a clear message to professionals around the world – that Istria is a desirable region for them and their companies.  Or turn Istria as an ideal destination for digital nomads, and still rely on tourism, ie the quality of life in Istria. A great new direction, added value and an upgrade to tourism, not to mention that it is not good to put all the eggs in one basket, which we felt very well on our skin this year. We are currently working on the visual identity of the ICT Istra association, which will communicate the balance between business and private life, and on the other hand show the diversity of advanced solutions that emerge in a non-burdensome and positive environment. This is precisely the comparative advantage that is important to emphasize nowadays in order to attract domestic and foreign IT talents. “The strategy will enable us to have better visibility and recognizability of our activities aimed at local self-government units, the academic community and the general public, all with the aim of popularizing ICT in Istria. This sector can be a generator of strategic economic growth in the region, but it needs the support of the local community, not in business because they are top experts in their field, but in removing bureaucratic obstacles and the orderliness of society itself.”, He points out Dean Verbanac President of the Professional Group of IT Istria, adding that through the development of the strategy they established the key advantages that Istria can offer as an ICT destination, but also what the problems are. last_img read more

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