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Bug Future Show Sets Croatian Twitter Record

BUGOne-day tech fair BUG FUTURE SHOW 2014, which gathered Croatia’s IT professionals on Thursday, has set Croatian records on social network Twitter…

During this year’s BUG FUTURE SHOW, which took place in the capital Zagreb and saw IT experts from the region take part in panel discussions and workshops, whilst checking out equipment and technology of the future, there were more than 1,140 tweets on the popular social network with the hashtag #bfs2014, a record for Croatia.

More than 1,000 of the tweets were sent during the show, reaching out to 2014,814 Twitter users around the world. The number of ‘timeline deliveries’ with the hashtage #bfs2014 hit a massive 1,113,439. More than 1,000 people turned up to the show this year in Zagreb.

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