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23 Awards for Croatian Innovators in Taiwan



Tremendous success for Croatia’s innovators at the 2015 Taipei International Invention Show & Technomart Fair which ended in Taiwan this weekend…

Around 1,500 new innovations from all over Asia and Europe where on show during the 3-day event, with the 15 Croatian exhibitors scooping 23 awards.

The most succesful Croatian exhibitor this year were Vladimir Bošnjak from the firm CLARUS, who won a gold medal for his electric scooter ‘Streeter’ invention, Almir Karabegović from ADLEJA, who also won gold for ‘Dogspiral’ – a contraceptive spiral device for dogs, and Tomislav Bronzin from Citus who won a platinum award for their CaN EmotioN invention.

The Taipei International Invention Show & Technomart event assists Taiwan businesses and manufacturers with reinforcing their international competitiveness and in coping with the challenges they face in foreign markets. Croatia’s presence at the event was thanks to organisation from the Association of Innovators in Zagreb, the City of Zagreb and the Croatian Chamber of Commerce.

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