Are you planning on opening a business in Croatia? are you considering alternate sources of financing for your business? Have you heard about EU funds, but you have never understood how exactly they work?
On Monday February 15th, 2021 at 7:00 P.M. Croatian time, Crodiaspora will be hosting two managers in the EU services sector at PwC Croatia, Niko Letilović, Neven Habunek and Goran Šaravanja, Director at IMELUM to answer your questions about EU funds.
The webinar will be hosted by John Gašparac, Managing Partner at PwC Croatia.
The European Union plans to give extensive funds to Central and Eastern European countries as part of the EU’s Next generation fund. According to Fitch, Central and Eastern Europe will stand out economically in 2022. The Next Generation EU fund is estimated to give the region a weighted average of 3.8 % and 5.5% real GDP growth in 2021 and2022, respectively.
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Croatia will be the biggest net recipient per capita in 2021. Croatia is expected to receive more than 24.5 Billion Euros in funds from 2021-2027. This serves as an opportunity for Croatia to build a stronger economy and gives Croats abroad an even greater incentive to do business in Croatia.
As EU funds can span a wide range of topics, Crodiaspora is asking for any questions to [email protected], or message them on Facebook, Instagram or Linkedin so that they can best organize the webinar.
The webinar will be available on Crodiaspora’s Facebook page here.