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FDA authorizes first test that screens for Covid neutralizing antibodies

first_imgTruck driver Oswaldo Monroy, 62, is tested for COVID-19 at an International Brotherhood of Teamsters testing site, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Wilmington, near the Port of Los Angeles, California, June 25, 2020.Lucy Nicholson | Reuters The Food and Drug Administration announced on Friday that it has authorized the first serology test that screens for neutralizing antibodies caused by a previous coronavirus infection.Neutralizing antibodies prevent viruses from infecting cells, though questions remain about how long antibodies against Covid-19 last for and how much protection they provide. The new serology test will help researchers study the neutralizing antibodies, said Dr. Tim Stenzel, director of the Office of In Vitro Diagnostics and Radiological Health in the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health.“The ability to detect neutralizing antibodies can help us gain additional insight into what the existence of antibodies may mean for patients as we continue the fight against COVID-19,” he said in a statement. “There are still many unknowns about what the presence of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies may tell us about potential immunity, but today’s authorization gives us another tool to evaluate those antibodies as we continue to research and study this virus.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Patients and health providers should not interpret the positive results of the test to mean that patients are protected against Covid-19, the agency said. They should still follow public health precautions, the FDA said.The FDA granted the emergency use authorization to GenScript USA, which manufactures the test. – Advertisement –last_img read more

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Bachelor in Paradise’s Derek Peth Engaged to Model Saffron Vadher

first_imgA quarantine love story! Bachelor in Paradise alum Derek Peth is engaged to British model Saffron Vadher.“She said yes!!!” Peth, 33, tweeted in the early hours of Monday, November 9.- Advertisement – Peth and Vadher went public with their relationship in March while isolating together amid the COVID-19 pandemic. She shared a number of TikTok videos with him in the months that followed.Bachelor in Paradise Derek Peth Is Engaged to Model Saffron VadherSaffron Vadher and Derek Peth. Courtesy of Saffron Vadher/InstagramThe commercial banker joined Bachelor Nation in 2016 when he competed on JoJo Fletcher’s season of The Bachelorette. The following year, he went on Paradise, where he met and got engaged to Taylor Nolan. The season 4 costars called it quits in June 2018.“It is with much sadness that we have decided to end our engagement. We put everything we could into our relationship and are heartbroken to go forward separately, but we know this is the best decision for the both of us,” Peth and Nolan, 27, said in a statement to Us Weekly at the time. “We will still be present in each other’s lives with support, admiration and respect for each other.”- Advertisement – The former Bachelorette contestant also shared the news on his Instagram Story, uploading a video of him and Vadher, 23, outside at nighttime as she held up her hand to show off her engagement ring.Bachelor in Paradise Derek Peth Is Engaged to Model Saffron VadherSaffron Vadher and Derek Peth. Courtesy of Derek Peth/InstagramThe couple’s announcement came hours after Peth tweeted that he was “making a mix CD for @saffronavadher” and called on his Twitter followers to suggest “the best love song.”Paradise bartender Wells Adams and his fiancée, Sarah Hyland, were among the first to publicly congratulate the newly engaged pair. “This makes me very happy. Well done @pethderek! Welcome to the family @saffron!!” Adams, 36, wrote on his Instagram Story. The Modern Family alum, 29, added, “These cuties are gonna get MARRIED!!!!!!! Congratulations @pethderek & @saffron.”- Advertisement – The Florida native returned to Paradise in 2019 for season 6 and briefly romanced Demi Burnett. He exclusively told Us Weekly later that year that he did not envision himself “doing another show” to find love.Listen to Here For the Right Reasons to get inside scoop about the Bachelor franchise and exclusive interviews from contestants – Advertisement –last_img read more

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Why did polling miss? An early theory, and other observations from this crazy election

first_imgPresident-elect Joe Biden currently has a lead of over 4-million in the national popular vote, and that’s expected to reach seven million when New York, California, and other states finish their counts. Hillary Clinton won by 3 million in 2016. Biden will ultimately get 80-82 million votes. Barack Obama held the previous record for largest vote total at 69,498,516. Biden will crush that record by around 12 million votes. – Advertisement – GeorgiaTrump +211KBiden +11K Of course, we don’t live in a real democracy. The popular vote doesn’t decide anything. But looking at the state level, it also wasn’t that close. Once again, votes are still being tallied. But Biden will win with the same 306-232 electoral vote count that Trump notched in 2016, except that his margins in all the critical battlegrounds will have all improved. Let’s look at the seven core battleground states we always knew would decide this thing (remembering, as always, that final vote totals could shift slightly as provisionals and other late-arriving ballots are counted, and I’m also rounding numbers for simplicity).  Michigan wasn’t close. And while most of these other states were close, the thing is, Biden won more of those states than he needed to. With Michigan locked down, he had multiple paths to 270, and he nailed several of them.And while the white Midwestern states are looking increasingly sketchy for Democrats (bye bye Ohio and Iowa, for a while), a new Sun Belt coalition is arising—with Arizona, Texas, and Georgia moving dramatically in our direction, both demographically (the Latino and Black populations of these states are growing dramatically) and politically, as the massive suburban landscapes in these states turn blue.   2. Presidential voting isn’t about ideology, it’s cultural- Advertisement – MIchiganTrump +11KBiden +148K State20162020* North CarolinaTrump +173KTrump +75K WisconsinTrump +23KBiden +20Kcenter_img PennsylvaniaTrump +44KBiden +45K FloridaTrump +112KTrump +371K Florida got away from Biden, as the Cuban and South American Latino vote bought the “socialism” crap. But beyond that, Trump’s margins were sliced away everywhere else. And given how narrow his 2016 victory was, he had zero room for erosion. – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Biden wasn’t my guy. He may have been like eighth on my list. When nominated, many on the left claimed that Biden would fail because of his inability to rally leftists to the Democratic cause. Instead, he crushed all previous vote records. And that’s because no one cared whether Biden embraced the Green New Deal or not. No one cared about his legislative record or his heath care plan or anything else. They only cared that he was the warm body running against Donald Trump, period, the end. And as we saw, that was the most powerful vote motivator in history. That said, we just saw how powerful Trumpism is. In 2016, 63 million Americans voted for Donald Trump. Many of those were deplorables, as you’d expect. But some people took a look at how that piece of shit treated the White House and the American people, and flipped teams. They’re called “white college-educated suburban women.” And not all of them flipped! Not even a lot of them! But enough of them. But here’s the thing: As of the latest count, 71 million Americans voted for that a-hole on Tuesday, and that will continue to grow as votes are counted. When all is said and done, about 10 million people who didn’t vote for him in 2016 took a gander at the past four years and though, “Yup, I wants me more of that!” And those people didn’t vote on ideology. Just like Biden voters came out irrespective of his policy positions, Trump voters came out despite the GOP. They didn’t care about smaller government and lower taxes for billionaires and pretending to care about family values. And they didn’t care what Trump himself said—not about the number of TVs on Air Force One, and how poorly he was treated by everyone, and his multiple affairs, and admitting on tape that he lied to the nation about the pandemic, or anything else. The votes were cultural. That’s important, particularly in moments like now when you have the various factions of the Democratic Party sniping at each other about “socialism” and whatever else. None of that shit mattered outside of South Florida. This was a new front in the culture battles. 3. Hillary Clinton is vindicated Hillary Clinton didn’t lose to a flawed and terrible candidate. Donald Trump is, objectively, the worst president in history.So how good of a politician is Trump? So good that he didn’t just win the first time, but he almost won again after breaking pretty much everything, and got 10 million new people to vote for him (plus however many he needed to replace any defectors, like those college-educated suburban white women). I was as strong of an Elizabeth Warren partisan as anyone, and loved Kamala Harris, and even Cory Booker won me over in the end. Bernie Sanders undoubtedly had one of the most dedicated and loyal support bases around. And I suspect that had any of them been nominated, we’d be looking at a second Trump term. Black voters in South Carolina looked at Trump, saw their white neighbors, and knew that he was an even bigger threat than most of us realized. And as much as so many of us hated it at the time, they selected the one candidate we ran who was boring enough, inoffensive enough, and known enough to present as best a challenge as possible to Trump. In other words, while I’d never have believed it at the time, I think those Black South Carolina voters saved us.So no, Hillary Clinton didn’t lose to the worst candidate in history. She almost beat the best candidate in history.  4. The reason the polls were off: the Hidden Deplorable The polls were off in 2016.The polls were right in 2018. The polls were off in 2020. The difference? Donald Trump. In 2016 and 2020, Republicans overperformed the polling, primarily by turnout of more people than any models expected. This is particularly striking in 2020 given that Democratic turnout was also bonkers. It didn’t matter. There’s legitimately a hidden deplorable vote for Trump, one that only has turned out when Trump himself is on the ballot. And you can imagine these people: It’s the assholes trying to run a Biden campaign bus off the road in Texas, or plotting to assassinate Michigan’s Democratic governor. These people live in meth country and have zero faith in institutions. Why the hell would they answer the phone for a pollster or join a polling panel? And they vote differently than other white people, so you can’t model them into the results. (Though, to caution, it’s early and people are still crunching numbers. Ann Selzer in Iowa seems to have caught them when no one else did, so maybe there is a way …)If you wonder where Trump might find 10 million new voters, the hidden deplorables were non-voters. Trump activated them. But, again, they vote only when Trump is on the ballot. When the final polling error is calculated, watch how it’s mostly on the Trump side of things—Biden was at 50-ish in the polling aggregates, with Trump lagging far behind. Final results will still show Biden around 51% and Trump not so far behind. There are your hidden deplorables. So will the Republican Party still be able to get these voters to turn out with Trump out of office? He was unable to goad them to vote in 2018, when Democrats notched wave victories in that midterm election. He seemingly has to be on the ballot. We won’t have to wait long to test out the hidden deplorable theory—the Georgia Senate runoffs in January will give us a quick look as to wether Republicans can maintain that hidden turnout. Because yes, Trump got a huge turnout boost in the Peach State, from nearly 2.1 million votes in 2016, to 2.455 million this year. And yet, despite that 350,000-vote boost, Democrats still won. Why? Because Democrats went from nearly 1.9 million in 2016, to 2.466 this year—a half a million vote increase!Stacey Abrams, and every activist who worked so hard over the past four years to make that happen? Take a bow. (Also, stop asking for Abrams to be DNC chair. While she may end up in Biden’s Cabinet, her real goal is a 2022 gubernatorial rematch. That’s the reason she didn’t run for Senate.)In any case, given that results are essentially tied right now, the winner of the two Senate runoffs, with control of the Senate on the line, will be the party that suffers the least drop-off. I will never assume that the hidden deplorables will crawl back to their caves, and we have to work as if every single one of them will turn out again. But regardless of what they do, we’ll have some early data on whether we have to worry about these voters in future cycles or not. 5. Holy shit, GEORGIA!It’s great to see Arizona turn, and we need to work to turn it into the next Colorado—a safe blue state. Demographically and culturally, there’s no reason we can’t have a safe swatch of blue territory in the region: Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico. The Texas project continues apace, with solid cycle-over-cycle gains. The state is a legit battleground moving forward. BUT GEORGIA. We’ve been talking about Georgia for about a decade, how demographically it should be a purple state. Six years ago I lamented the fact that the metro Atlanta region alone had over 750,000 unregistered Black voters, not to mention other potential Democratic voters like young white people, Latinos, Asians, and rural Blacks. Then we were gifted Stacey Abrams and she organized the work to enact real change, and it worked. Trump got out an extra 350,000 voters, and we still won, turning out over half a million new voters. And we’re not done in Georgia. Those two Senate races being decided in January will be the difference between two more years of Mitch McConnell and misery, or a Senate that will, at the very least, confirm Biden’s cabinet. (Transformative change will have to wait until we get a bigger Senate majority, and 2022 will give us a chance to do that.)The best part? There is early evidence that Georgia has maxed out its rural white support, while we still have a great deal of low-hanging fruit to register and turn out in the years ahead. With Abrams running for governor in 2022, she has every incentive to continue doing the hard work that has gotten the state to where it is today. And there is no reason to believe that Georgia can’t be the next Virginia—once a solidly Republican state, purpling, then becoming blue in the span of two decades.6. White people will be white peopleThe exit polls are not final, so no one should read too much into them. But the preliminary numbers say that Trump won 57% of the white vote. In 2016, Trump won 57% of the white vote.In 2012, Republican nominee Mitt Romney won 59% of the white vote. In 2008, Republican nominee John McCain won 55% of the white vote. Remember? When racism was solved? In 2004, President George W. Bush got 58% of the white vote. Weird, huh? Also, I’ll be watching numbers on young white men closely. Joe Rogan may present a long-term problem, like Rush Limbaugh. 7. “Defund police” may have been a net neutralThere is early evidence that the defund movement may have cost Democrats in certain areas—certainly in Southern Florida and maybe among Latinos in Texas. It was an easy attack line for Republicans to deliver. But there is also early evidence of a massive surge in the youth vote: 53% higher, according to one analysis. Biden doesn’t win without that vote surge. And anti-police brutality protests were fertile ground for voter registration and engagement. This is certainly one of those questions where proponents and critics can both find “evidence” to support their argument, but my early gut suspicion is that it helped us in the presidential race, and maybe hurt us down ballot in certain (white and Latino) areas. The suburbs continued to move in our direction, so perhaps the issue didn’t have as much resonance in those areas as Trump hoped. But again, it’s early. 8. I can sleep againNot to make this about me, because it’s not. But it sure was nice to be able to sleep again, huh? I’ll sleep even better if we win the Georgia runoffs, but it’s time for all of us to start thinking about our self-care routines again. It’s been a horrid four years, and not to overly rest before Georgia, but we need to take care of ourselves again. Much more to come. ArizonaTrump +91KBiden +17Klast_img read more

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After Hvar, PBZ CO also invests in hotels on Vis

first_imgVis, a 40-year-old island company for hotel, catering and tourism, after it went bankrupt two years ago, is facing a historic turning point: at the public invitation to interested investors in the second round, one arrived, but creditors are estimating a very valuable offer to invest in restructuring by the institutional investor PBZ Croatia osiguranje.At the invitation of investors to invest in the hotel company Vis in the second round, only PBZ Croatia osiguranje remained. Interestingly, the business of Visa in bankruptcy is orderly, as we learned from the bankruptcy trustee Mira Hajdić, moreover, despite the bankruptcy framework which is not a plus for business, as well as the first choice for workers, occupancy is a few percent better this season than last year at the same time . ”Work is underway to increase the bankruptcy estate and a decision is awaited by the creditors’ assembly that it is possible to start drafting a bankruptcy plan on the basis of a single binding offer. In that case, they would have three months to make it, and the company could go bankrupt next year “, says the manager Hajdić, adding that when it comes to the details of the offer, we still have to wait for the court announcement. During the season, Vis employs up to 80 workers, and its importance for the local community in the industry is complemented by the hotel house Modra špilja from Komiža, which also operates in bankruptcy.It is interesting that in the end, the current bidder PBZ CO remained lonely, especially because in the first round for Vis a total of 8 domestic and foreign competitors applied. As speculated, the reason is quite logical since the investment project as a whole requires considerable investment.According to the terms of the tender, the Employment Plan for workers with a place of work in Vis was requested, as well as a detailed Investment Plan for capacities and additional facilities from 2018 to 2028. This means a description of the investment and the amount, dynamics and structure of investment. indications of a possible intention to include the hotel in the international hotel chain are concerned, it is unofficially known that PBZ CO is negotiating with Valamar in order to take over the management function. PBZ CO, whose business is managed by the President of the Management Board Dubravko Štimac, is already working with Valamar on a synergistic basis also through restructuring and investing in the premium offer, which is the perspective of the hotel company Helios Faros, whose bankruptcy creditors have already given the green light. offers from Valamar and PBZ CO, and production is in progress.Source: Business diarylast_img read more

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Dubrovnik and Kaštel Gomilica in the selection for the best film location in Europe

first_imgEleven fantastic European film locations are competing for the European Location Award organized by the Filming Europe – European Film Commissions Network in cooperation with Cineuropa, including Dubrovnik and Kaštel Gomilica.Filming Europe – European Film Commissions Network (EUFCN) has included two Croatian locations, Dubrovnik and Kaštel Gomilica (Kaštilac), in the list of 11 most beautiful European film locations of the decade vying for the European Film Location Award, reports from HAVC, and the vote is open to the public and runs through October 25th.Among the finalists, except for Dubrovnik and Kaštel Gomilica (Kaštilca) who were on this list thanks to the series Game of Thrones, there is also the Greek island of Antiparos (film Tan), Polish Wroclaw (film Most špijuna), German Görlitz (film Hotel Grand Budapest), Spanish La isla Minima Morass), Spanish San Juan de Gaztelugatxe (series Game of Thrones), the Roman Caracalla Baths (film Great beauty), Val Senales glacier in Italian South Tyrol (film Everest), Norwegian Valldalen (film Ex Machina) and the city of Vienna (film Mission Impossible: Renegade).Photo: InstagramThe nomination process took place in two phases – first, EUFCN members selected and proposed their locations (places used for films or TV series), after which a group of experts – Cineurope film critics – decided on the finalists. Selected cities, fortresses, islands, historical and archaeological sites, spectacular mountain views and landscapes make up the 11 best European locations where popular films and series have been shot in the last 10 years and are vying for the title of Best European Film Location of the Decade. Decade).All European citizens have the opportunity to choose the winner by voting until October 25th na Cineurope website.last_img read more

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Poreč’s Plava Laguna presented a new brand strategy and visual identity

first_imgPoreč’s Plava Laguna presented a new brand strategy and visual identity with which it enters the next historical period of its business.It will be marked by the completion of the merger of Umag’s Istraturist on January 01.01.2018, 2014. year, which Blue Lagoon has owned since December 4. With this merger, one of the largest tourist companies in Croatia will be created, which will manage 9 Resorts (Park Resort, Blue Resort, Green Resort, Stella Maris Resort), as well as XNUMX camps, which will be positioned on the market as IstraCamping by Plava Laguna.At the same time, Blue Lagoon is committed to retaining all the values ​​on which it is built and which are woven into its corporate culture. “With this milestone, we will witness the beginning of a new business era for Blue Lagoon. We must do the whole process with the highest business standards, in a way that we are all proud of our achievements, both management and employees, and that we show ourselves in the best light on the world market. We will continue to maintain all the values ​​we are based on and proud of – responsibility, stability, partnership and security. We will respect first and foremost the employee and the guest, who are equally important in our business processes. We are facing a historic period of some new investments, new marketing strategies, as well as new people management strategies, “Said Blue Lagoon Board Member Neven Staver.The new brand of the company is going in that direction, for which the company The Partners from London is responsible. The new concept “Our six-star attitude“Will give a turn in the business of Plava Laguna, and on the other hand, the visual identity itself retains the origin in which Plava Laguna was created. The red and white colors that are elements of the Croatian coat of arms, together with the goat, as a symbol of Istria and the elements of the sea, make a step forward in the company’s presentation, but also retain the traditional elements of Istria and Croatia.”The messages of this market positioning will be that Plava Laguna offers more than the destination itself, is proud of its happy guests, and offers top service as its standard.”, Points out the director of the Marketing Department of the Blue Lagoon, Lea Konjević. The merger process involves clearly defining the brand and portfolio of products that the company has at its disposal and which it positions on the market. The goals of the brand strategy and its implementation are to create a strong set of brands that are recognizable in the market, increase the competitiveness of Blue Lagoon, define the direction of development, as well as the company’s vision and long-term increase in brand and company value.On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Plava Laguna, Plava Laguna and the City of Poreč signed an agreement on the donation of IT equipment for the primary school in Finida, which is planned to open in 2018. The school will consist of 20 classrooms, 8 classrooms and 12 subject classes, specialized cabinets, a reading room, an extended stay classroom, a multipurpose space, a kitchen and dining room, and an outdoor space. Plava Laguna with 300 thousand kuna will equip the IT cabinet with the most modern equipment.APPOINTMENT OF THE MANAGEMENT BOARD OF PLAVA LAGUNA DD POREČAt its meeting held on December 08, 2017, the Supervisory Board of Plava Laguna dd Poreč issued a decision revoking the current sole member of the Management Board, Neven Staver, as of December 31, 2017, and appointing the President of the Management Board as of January 1.1.2018, XNUMX. years.By the same decision, Ronald Korotaj, former director of Umag Istraturist, Damir Mendica, former director of the Blue Lagoon Development Sector, Dragan Pujas, former director of the Blue Lagoon Operations Sector and Danira Ranchic, former director of the Blue Lagoon Economy and Finance Sector, were appointed members of the Management Board. All are appointed for a term of office from 01 January 2018 until 31 December 2020.Related news:BLUE LAGOON INCREASES THE MATERIAL RIGHTS OF WORKERS WITH A NEW COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTBLUE LAGOON VISITS EMPLOYMENT OFFICES THROUGHOUT CROATIA IN SEARCH OF EMPLOYEESlast_img read more

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The CNTB is hiring! New heads and directors of the sector and professional associates are wanted

first_imgDue to the reorganization of business and the desire to strengthen working teams within the organization, The Croatian National Tourist Board (HTZ) announced on its web site job advertisements for managers and directors of the sector and professional associates.The new organizational structure of the CNTB was adopted            At the beginning of the year, after a long time, the CNTB underwent a new reorganization, ie. new organizational structure. The basic changes brought by the new systematization are the establishment of five sectors, instead of the previous seven, and a special novelty is the establishment of a special Congress Department within the CNTB. Also new is the establishment of the sector for international affairs and the network of representative offices, which will contribute to even better coordination of the network of representative offices, but also stronger representation and better cooperation of the Croatian Tourist Board with world tourism organizations. Tenders are open until April 02, 2018, which is a relatively short deadline, so study the tender documentation carefully and apply.Open positions in CNTB:Head of the Congress Department (m / f)Director of the Strategic Communications Sector (m / f)Head of Marketing Department (m / f)Head of General Affairs and Procurement Department (m / f)Internal auditor (m / f)IT Support Associate (m / f)Professional Associate for Accounting Affairs (m / f)Head of eVisitor and Business IT Solutions Department (m / f)Expert Associate for Product Development and Destination Support (m / f)Apply first and only then draw conclusions Of course, as is already the case with situations like this, stories immediately start about how great it is, but as everything in Croatia is set up, there is no point in applying. But first and foremost, take that step and sign up, and only then talk and comment in an argumentative way. As with elections, those who do not vote have no right to comment later because they have not exercised their right to vote and the civic power of the decision. As in everything, so with the mentioned advertisements for the CNTB job. Sign up, you will get an answer, if you are not satisfied react, ask questions and look for answers, but again all through an argumentative and constructive discussion.Good luck to everyone, and if you think that there are some irregularities, let us know, because the mission of the portal HrTurizam.hr is to be an extended hand to the tourism sector and encourage positive changes in our tourism.Related news:NEW ORGANIZATIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE CROATIAN TOURIST BOARD ADOPTEDlast_img read more

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The Economic Council of the Faculty of Management in Tourism and Hospitality was established

first_imgAt today’s session, the Faculty of Management in Tourism and Hospitality established the Economic Council with the aim of stronger connections with the economy as a guarantee of continuous recognition and meeting the needs of the labor market. The Economic Council, as an advisory body, will contribute to the improvement and innovation of scientific, professional and teaching activities of the faculty with the aim of synergistic action of science and practice at all levels, especially in the function of economic development with emphasis on tourism, hospitality and sustainable development.  The importance of the Economic Council is contained in the active participation in the creation of strategic development documents of the Faculty and contribution to defining occupational standards and qualification standards as a starting point for innovating study programs and curricula, including projects Excellence and efficiency in higher education in economics, Operational Program potentials 2014 – 2020, European Social Fund, etc. Special emphasis in the work of the Economic Council will be on encouraging and developing students’ knowledge and skills through the improvement of professional practice and active cooperation of students and employers in the preparation of final and diploma theses, as well as in solving specific problems in practice and research studies and professional projects. It is in this context that CNTB Director Kristjan Staničić gave a lecture and presentation to 4th year students on the topic “Croatian National Tourist Board in the context of positioning Croatian tourism”, in which he presented key promotional activities and challenges of a dynamic tourism market. The founding session was also attended by the director of the Croatian Tourist Board, Kristjan Staničić, who will serve as president of the Economic Council. “The members of the council are reputable and recognized businessmen, ie representatives of the management of leading hotel and tourism companies, financial institutions and local government. These are individuals who, with their knowledge and experience, will make a significant contribution to the future development processes of the Faculty of Management in Tourism and Hospitality in strengthening its recognition and excellence.”, Said Stanicic.   center_img Other members of the Economic Council are Marina Medarić, a representative of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County who will hold the position of Deputy President of the Economic Council, while Vesna Bartolović Stančić from the Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Tonči Boras from Sunce Concern dd, Rikardo Hesky from Jadranka hoteli doo, Ela Komlen from Milenij hoteli doo, Tomislav Korošec from Arena Hospitality Group dd, Kristijan Pavić from ACI dd, David Poropat from Valamar Riviera dd and Tina Turk Lupieri from Maistra dd Source / photo: Croatian National Tourist Board; Faculty of Management in Tourism and Hospitalitylast_img read more

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Portsmouth & Fareham offices

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All noisy on the Preston front

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