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Croats Hoping to Help Serbian Smart Phone Friendly Jeans Conquer American Market

wtfjeansCroatian entrepeneur Hrvoje Bujas, who has had success with real estate finder GoHome and discount website Crno jaje in Croatia, is to partner Serbian smartphone-friendly jeans producer as they aim to take on the American market.

Bujas’ company Pravi Klik is to give WTF Jeans a life-line by injecting much-needed finances into the project which started in 2009 when founder Predrag Puselja was driving from Strasbourg to Zagreb and had an idea to invent jeans which could comfortably cater for smartphones. Fast forward four years and WTF Jeans have had their fair share of attention – and buyers after Puselja, his brother Dejan, and friend Anamaria Ursa, started working on creating a fashion statement for gadget lovers and hipsters.

WTFJeans have specially designed protective pockets that help protect the touchscreen on your smart phone and ensure that it always remains clean, whilst made from high quality, 10.5 oz, 100% cotton Denim from Italy. With most of WTF’s in America and delivery delays from Europe a problem, WTF Jeans have been seeking a partner to make it financially possible to go to America and try to conquer the huge market there. Sibenik-born Bujas and Pravi Klik have now enabled WTF Jeans that chance via their partnership. There is talk of the product range extending from jeans to t-shirts, caps and bags.

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