65 of the most successful entrepreneurs from 53 countries are in Monte Carlo this week for The Ernst & Young World Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. For the first time in the 15-year history of the awards, Croatia has a candidate…
Alan Sumina and Zoran Vučinić from the firm Nanobit are in Monte Carlo and are in line for the prestigious business award. Nanobit specialises in developing and delivering mobile applications and games, including calorie tracker app Tap and Track, which has had major success in the US. In the last 3 years Nanobit have taken their annual revenue from 90,000 euros to close to 2 million euros.
Sumina and Vučinić earned the right to be in Monte Carlo this week after winning the The Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards in Croatia earlier this year. The pair are not the only Croatians at the Monte Carlo awards however, CEO of Atlantic Grupa, Emil Tedeschi, will be a guest speaker at the conference which is being held from 3-7 June.
The World Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards will be held on 6 June.