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[VIDEO] The Croatian Businesses Up for European Business Awards

We take a look at the Croatian businesses which are all in the running for awards at the The European Business Awards.

Three years in a row they made Deloitte’s 50 fasting growing companies, now CROZ will be vying for the title of best business in Europe.

The Zagreb-based IT company has been nominated in The Business of the Year Award with Turnover of €0-25m’.

With over 170 staff today, CROZ have achieved some fantastic results over the last decade. In the first 5 years the company achieved growth of a whopping 4,391%.

Successful manufacturing company AD Plastik, who are in the automotive industry, are up for an The Import/Export Award.

Aviation company Air Pannonia, which among other things runs pilot schools, medical flights and services aircraft, are in the running for the RSM Entrepreneur of the Year Award.

Internet development company Citus, is vying for the Award for Innovation at this year’s European Business Awards.

Another IT company, Infinum, have been nominated in the ELITE Award for Growth Strategy of the Year category. With 103 people in 3 offices, Infinum have been creating software for 11 years.

Management consulting firm Sense Savjetovanje and St. Catherine Hospital are both up for the Award for Customer Focus.

The European Business Awards Gala Final will be held in Dubrovnik on 4 May 2017. Voting is now open and you can vote online here.

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