Founded in 2002, EX-ALTO doo was the first Croatian agency to design and implement experiential marketing and experience tourism services. Today, EX-ALTO organizes a large number of corporate events in Croatia and the region, designs facilities and events in prominent hotel houses and tourist boards, and employs and cooperates with almost 400 young people who are constantly evolving in the segment of experiential marketing and tourism. Many staff, who grew up in the agency, are today in prominent positions in Croatian tourism and marketing. Photo: EX-ALTO “We are extremely proud of the nomination, which shows how we have contributed to the prosperity of this important branch of the Croatian economy with our thoughts, strategies and dedicated work. We are also proud of our team of young, professional and educated associates and we are grateful for the trust that our clients have given us for 18 years. Our agency has a climate of positive energy and sincere exchange of opinions, and we nurture a unique and individual approach to each client and project, and with such synergy we create unforgettable experiences and emotions.”Concluded Antonia Radić Brkan, director and co-owner of the EX-ALTO agency. He was nominated by the prestigious and professional magazine Kongres Antoniu Radic Brkan, director of the EX-ALTO agency, for the most influential person in New Europe in the MICE industry. “Who’s Who” in the meeting and event industry is an award that has been given for six years in a row, and was given to the most influential industry professionals from all over Europe. The results will be presented in Barcelona, in November 2019, at the leading event of the MICE industry IBTM World.
Paddy Power raises awareness of Missing People with Motherwell ‘silhouette’ stand August 7, 2020 Submit BGC: Government must ‘act fast’ and extend furlough scheme August 11, 2020 Paddy PowerIt appears that the Labour Party cannot escape charges of antisemitism, as this week Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu released pictures of party leader Jeremy Corbyn ‘supposedly’ attending a wreath-laying ceremony for the 1972 Munich Olympic Games terrorists in 2014.The Labour Party has defended Corbyn’s position, stating that its leader was ‘visiting a Tunisian cemetery to honour innocent victims killed in a 1985 Israeli military air strike’.The event has seen Corbyn face a week of opposition attacks and internal criticisms, as Labour continues to be marred by antisemitism allegations.Updating its UK political markets, Paddy Power makes it 3/1 (from 8/1 last week) – ‘that Jezza leaves before the end of 2018’, as Labour’s leader continues to face questions as to why he visited to an event at a Palestinian Martyrs Cemetery in 2014.Furthermore, Paddy Power Politics has lengthened the odds on Corbyn becoming next PM, replacing to Theresa May from 9/2 to a 6/1, becoming second market favourite behind former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson (currently 5/1).Updating the media, Spokesman Paddy Power said: “As pressure mounts on Corbyn again over antisemitism claims, our traders think he will be laying a wreath on his own leadership career before the end of the year, and have been forced to cut the odds.“But doing or saying something questionable hasn’t impacted on Boris Johnson’s popularity – he’s still our most popular selection to take over from May, though Corbyn has slipped down the betting.”Paddy Power Jeremy Corbyn Specials3/1 Corbyn to leave before the end of 20185/1 Boris Johnson to be the next Prime Minister6/1 Corbyn to be the next Prime MinisterCease to be Party Leader First:1/3 Theresa May3/1 Jeremy Corbyn Related Articles StumbleUpon Share Share Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020
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