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Over 600 Applicants For The Chance To Run 20 Gas Stations In Croatia

Croatian oil giants Ina have received over 600 applications for their recent pilot programme which will see 20 of Ina’s gas stations given to small entrepreneurs to manage.

Ina recently launched the “Entrepreneur Model” programme in Croatia, offering 20 small entrepreneurs the opportunity to take-over and run a Ina gas station under the Ina brand.  Ina says that the pilot programme aims to bring long-term competitiveness to the industry in Croatia. Over half of the 600 applications have come from current Ina employees. Short-lisitng and interviews will take place over the summer, with a decision on the final 20 to be made in the autumn. Ina has over 400 gas stations in Croatia.

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