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Croatia Most Represented Foreign Exhibitors at Eurasia’s Largest IT Fair

CroatiaA total of 29 local IT companies from Croatia have joined forces to present at one of the most important IT fairs in Eurasia, the biggest joint project in the Croatian IT industry history...

CeBIT Bilisim started today in Istanbul, with the Croatian IT industry well represented.

“Options for the penetration of Croatian companies on markets in the East are exceptional. This region invests heavily in new technology, has a strong public sector and we see an opportunity to export products and services from local ICT companies,” said Tomislav Bronzin, Vice President of the ICT Association of the Chamber of Commerce.

The Turkish ICT industry expects some impressive growth and reach 160 billion dollars by 2023.

“We are proud that Croatia this year are the largest foreign exhibitors at CeBIT, and next year we would love to be a partner country” Bronzin added.

The Croatian companies in Istanbul are: Citus, CROZ, Ekobit, Ericsson Nikola Tesla, GDi, HR pro, HSM-INFORMATIKA, Implementacija snova, IN2, Infosistem, Infosit, IT sistemi-nove tehnologije, Login, Megatrend poslovna rješenja, Mrežne tehnologije Verso, Multicom, Neos, Netgen, Omega software, Perpetuum mobile, Poslovna inteligencija, Projektura, Senso IS, SPAN, STORM grupa, Studio djetelina, Tesla, VAMS tec and Webteh.

CeBIT Bilişim Eurasia is the largest fair in the region which will run until 14 September. Last year more than 130,000 visitors from 93 countries visited the fair which saw 1,023 exhibitors from 18 countries present their products.

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