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Booking.com Expands Operations in Croatia With New Offices

CroatiaOne of the world’s biggest online booking sites, Booking.com, which daily processes more than 550,000 room nights reservations, has expanded its operations in Croatia, a market they say is an extremely important one, by opening new offices in Poreč and Dubrovnik, Booking.com’s regional office announced…

The new Adriatic offices, which will employ 8 people, join an office Booking.com have in the capital Zagreb, which has acted a regional centre for 7 countries (Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Albania). Booking.com will now employ in total 63 people in Croatia, and have 16,500 accommodation partners in the country. Last year Booking.com processed more than 800,000 reservations for accommodation in Croatia.

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