ZAGREB, 10 April 2020 – The first-ever Crodiaspora Summit, which was set to take place on the island of Brač in May, has been postponed until the end of October, organisers said in a statement.
“Dear Croats from around the world,
We hope that this message finds you well and in good health. It is an uneasy time for people all across the world but we have been working hard to make sure the Crodiaspora Summit will go forward. After tracking the growth of the virus, Crodiaspora has decided to postpone the Crodiaspora summit to October 29-31, 2020.
We understand that these new dates may be inconvenient for those who have purchased tickets. Please contact Mate Pavkovic at [email protected] if you are seeking a refund for the conference.
Obstacles can be interpreted as opportunities. The reason why we started Crodiaspora is to showcase why we need to focus on diversifying our economy so that we can rely on more than tourism and the service sector. We believe that Croats from around the world uniting through this conference and in other ways will invoke the change that is desperately needed in our Homeland. God bless! Bože čuvaj Hrvatsku,”, the statement read.
The Crodiaspora Summit is a three-day event which is an opportunity for business people from the international Croatian Community to talk about the best business strategies that are focused on how to best help Croats do more business, return, and unite as one country. Crodiaspora believes that the focus of the conference will spark Croatian growth and will help bring about change that will make Croatia progress exponentially.