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Croatian Inventors Scoop 13 Medals at iENA 2014 in Germany

unnamedCroatian inventors have picked up 13 medals at iENA 2014, the international ideas, inventions and new products fair which ended in Nuremberg, Germany yesterday…

Organised by the Association of Croatian Innovators, with the support of the Croatian Technical Culture Association, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce and the Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 14 Croatian innovations joined around 700 innovations from 31 countries in the world, with 13 out of the 14 picked up awards. Gold medal in Nuremberg went to Mark Vuković from Karlovac for his device for tying boats in a marina which has already sold over 150,000 in the US and Europe, Sanja Vale Čupić for her educational navigation table games, and Mijo Miljak and Bernard Čupić for their device for clinical aromatherapy system. Croatian inventors also picked up silver and bronze awards, with six out of the six ‘Croatian youth inventors’ present all picking up awards.

unnamed1iENA is the oldest innovation fair in the world. This year more than 35,000 visitors attended over the four days.

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