Carwiz as a Croatian tourist export product

first_imgAlso, as pointed out by Carwiz, negotiations are currently underway on the positioning of CARWIZ rent a car in the surrounding Caribbean islands, which, after Croatia, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Latvia, Cyprus, Morocco, Turkey, Serbia, Albania, has successfully finalized additional global brand positioning.  To date, Carwiz International has successfully placed its franchise network on the markets of Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Latvia, Cyprus, Morocco, Turkey, Serbia and Albania. Carwiza management is currently negotiating franchise cooperation with about 20 car rental companies from around the world – including the markets of Vietnam, Brazil, Russia, Malaysia, Malta, Portugal, Spain… After the car rental company Carwiz recently presented to the public the placement of franchise business on international markets, Carwiz successfully placed the franchise business of its brand on the Caribbean market, more precisely the island of St. Maarten Photo: Carwiz Carwiz u Hrvatskoj danas broji gotovo 100 zaposlenika i posluje putem online kanala prodaje te putem 13 poslovnica u svim većim gradovima i turistički značajnijim središtima u Hrvatskoj. Putem B2B kanala posluju s gotovo svim značajnijim međunarodnim turističkim emitivnim tržištima. U svega dvije godine poslovanja ostvareni su značajni rezultati, dok je u protekloj godini ostvareno preko 50 milijuna kuna prometa. Ukupan promet je u odnosu na 2017. godinu rastao za više od 100%, isto kao i broj zaposlenih. Over the past years, the Caribbean has recorded record achievements of over 30 million visitors a year. If we take into account that guests visiting the Caribbean have higher purchasing power, from the US, Canada and Europe, and that consumption in destinations grows by an average of 3% per year, then the success of Carwiz’s placement in that market is more significant. RELATED NEWS: According to Krešimir Dobrilović, director and owner of Carwiz, the company’s placement on the market of this Caribbean country was a great success. ” It is known that the Caribbean, or St. Maarten is an extremely potent tourist destination. It is a destination that has gained respect for its tourist achievements in the international arena. Our partners with whom we have completed the franchise placement process are a guarantee that the business results we expect in the coming years will be truly achieved. In addition, by strengthening the brand and promoting the available channels, we expect some more Caribbean destinations to join the Carwiz family soon . ” Više o modelu Carwiz franšize saznajte ovdje / CARWIZ BECAME A CROATIAN TOURIST EXPORT PRODUCT! THROUGH THE FRANCHISE MODEL IT IS EXPANDING TO THE GLOBAL MARKET   ili u intervjuu s vlasnikom Carwiz rent a car-a, Krešimirom Dobrilovićem dolje u prilogu.last_img read more

PREMIUMIndonesia undertakes monetary, fiscal measures to fight effects of virus

first_imgLog in with your social account Indonesia is planning to roll out monetary easing and fiscal stimulus to cushion the economy from the impact of the Wuhan coronavirus.Bank Indonesia (BI) cut its benchmark interest rate, the seven-day reverse repo rate, by 25 basis points (bps) to 4.75 percent on Thursday after holding the rate in the last three months. BI Governor Perry Warjiyo said given the economic risks posed by the spread of COVID-19, there was a need to maintain economic growth.Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said Wednesday the government was planning fiscal stimulus through state budget disbursement into productive spending and early incentives to strengthen the domestic economy amid slowdown risks.“The COVID-19 spread’s impact on the economy will be V-shaped and we forecast global economic growth to reach 3 percent in 2020 from our earlier projection of 3.1 percent,” Perry sa… Google bank-indonesia Sri-Mulyani-Indrawati Wuhan-coronavirus-in-Indonesia China GDP-growth economic-growth monetary-easing fiscal-stimulus state-budget Forgot Password ? Linkedin Facebook LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Topics :last_img read more

S. Korea stops short of toughest coronavirus measures despite case rise

first_imgThe Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) reported 371 new coronavirus cases as of midnight Thursday, bringing the country’s total to 19,077, including 316 deaths.After using aggressive tracing and testing to contain a large outbreak earlier this year, South Korea suffered a setback this month after a church cluster spread to a political rally.Health authorities had reimposed Phase 2 social distancing rules on Aug. 16 in the Seoul metropolitan area, expanding the measures nationwide last week.Earlier this week, Seoul officials ordered the closure of most schools in the capital and surrounding areas. Seoul has also mandated that masks to be worn in both indoor and outdoor public places, and has ordered places like churches, nightclubs, karaoke bars and other high-risk venues closed. Topics : South Korean authorities stopped short of shifting the country up to the highest level of social distancing measures on Friday, despite recording another triple-digit increase in daily new coronavirus cases.Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun instead said the government would extend the current Phase 2 social distancing, which was due to expire this weekend, for at least another week.”Phase 3 social distancing is the choice of last resort given the economic and social ripple effect,” Chung said at a government meeting.last_img read more

Romantic restoration in popular Shorncliffe

first_imgThe home has a rear deck off the open plan living space.“It’ll suit a young family, someone with an elderly relation living with them, or a professional couple running a business from home,” he said.Yundah St is in a beautiful location lined with Moreton Bay fig trees, just down the road from St Patrick’s College and a block away from Shorncliffe train station.Mr Elliott said he’d be happy to keep the home if he hadn’t also renovated another Queenslander in the same suburb on the waterfront, in which he now lives.The property is being marketed by Tamara and Mark Wecker from Remax Property Shop Sandgate for offers in the mid $800,000s. The home at 119 Yundah St, Shorncliffe.A century-old slice of Bayside history is on the market and she’s something special.Oozing character and charm, “Cullean” is akin to something straight out of the pages of Vogue Living magazine.Spotted gum verandas, gourmet kitchen, romantic bay-windowed bedrooms, ornate fretwork, VJ walls and polished timber floors — 119 Yundah St has it all.If walls could talk, this grand old Shorncliffe dame would have plenty of stories to tell.Owner Colin Elliott only bought the property four years ago, but has invested a lot of time and effort into restoring it to its former glory. More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019The home has been completely renovated.The two-level, four-bedroom character home on a 506sq m block has been renovated, raised and presented in immaculate condition.“The kitchen was terrible, the oven didn’t work, so we totally ripped it out and brought in granite benchtops and new appliances,” Mr Elliott said.The top level has been transformed into an open-plan design, allowing the bay breezes to flow through the home.Mr Elliott said the bottom level of the home could be used as a dual-living area.last_img read more

DAIC to Host Virtual Meeting with Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank

first_img Share Moderators:Lizra Fabien, Chairperson of CARICHAM and Executive Director of the Dominica Association of Industry and Commerce and Andrew Satney, Executive Director, St Kitts and Nevis Chamber of Industry and Commerce will moderate the live webinar. Sharing is caring! Tweet Share BusinessLifestyleLocalNewsRegional DAIC to Host Virtual Meeting with Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank by: – May 21, 2020 94 Views   no discussions Panelist:Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, Timothy N. J. Antoine will lead the discussion on “Perspectives of the ECCB on Mitigating the Impact of COVID-19 on the Economies of the ECCU”. Register for this webinar here Webinar Access:The Webinar room will open at 9:30 a.m.(ECT) on Thursday, 28 May 2020; 30 minutes before the start time to allow panelists and participants to attend to connectivity issues. Date and Time:Thursday, 28 May 2020 from 10:00 a.m. (Eastern Caribbean Time) Share Chat Access:Participants will be able to interact with each other only through the CHAT feature in the webinar as all microphones and video capabilities will be disabled.Question and Answer Segment:Participants will be able to post their questions and comments in the Q & A feature. Questions will be answered live during the webinar.Submit any questions in preparation for this meeting to sec_crd@eccb-centralbank.orgPlease feel free to circulate the details of this Webinar with your colleagues and other potentially interested parties, particularly those who share a vested interest in the economies of the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union and how the Eastern Caribbean countries can mitigate the impact of COVID-19.See you there! The Chambers of Commerce in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) in collaboration with the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) invite you to attend a live webinar with members of the Chambers, the private sector of the Caribbean region and representatives from the ECCB. Registration Details:You must pre-register for the webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing additional administrative information about joining the webinar. Please note that this webinar will also be streamed via Facebook.last_img read more

Barca sign Trincao for 31m euros

first_imgRelatedPosts Suarez agrees Atletico terms Messi becomes football’s second billionaire + Top 10 Messi staying back at Barca is ‘fantastic’ — Koeman Barcelona have signed Portuguese forward Francisco Trincao from Braga for 31 million euros ($34 million), the Spanish champions said in a statement on Friday. Trincao, 20, will join Barca on July 1 and sign a contract until June 2025 containing a release clause of 500 million euros. The forward made his top-flight debut for Braga last season and has made four league starts this campaign, scoring two goals.Tags: BarcelonaBragaFrancisco Trincaolast_img

Capoue injury boost for Spurs

first_imgTottenham have received a boost with the news that midfielder Etienne Capoue will only be sidelined for four weeks because of an injury he suffered against Arsenal on Sunday. A statement on Tottenham’s website read: “Etienne Capoue has this morning (Monday) undergone an MRI scan which has revealed the midfielder suffered an ankle sprain against Arsenal on Sunday. “The recent signing from Toulouse was injured after 72 minutes at the Emirates Stadium and was immediately taken to hospital to consult with a foot and ankle specialist. “Early indications suggest the France international will be unavailable for a period of four weeks.” Villas-Boas lost defensive midfielder Sandro for the second half of last season with a serious knee injury and Villas-Boas had feared he would be without 25-year-old Capoue for a similar length of time. Should Capoue’s rehabilitation go according to plan, the £8.5million signing will miss just three matches, with his return expected to come against Chelsea on September 28. Given the injury is only a sprain, Villas-Boas is unlikely to dip in to the market for a replacement, especially as he has already brought in seven new players this summer. Sandro started Tottenham’s last two games on the bench, but he is likely to be drafted in to the starting XI for the next game against Norwich on September 14. Press Associationcenter_img Capoue had to be carried off on a stretcher after 72 minutes of the north London derby following a tackle from Gunners midfielder Santi Cazorla. Manager Andre Villas-Boas feared the summer signing from Toulouse had broken his fibula, but Spurs announced on Monday afternoon that the Frenchman had only suffered a sprained ankle. last_img read more

Crown Prince rules Jamwest

first_img— sweeps CMRC super-stock classBy Stephan Sookram in JamaicaBRYCE Prince was royalty as he made a clean sweep of the super-stock competition of the Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) round one at the Jamwest Raceway in Jamaica.Prince, riding for the Mohamed’s Enterprise team and starting the day on pole, was an absolute masterclass of a competitor as he romped home unbeaten at the Jamwest Raceway and in the process, setting a new superstock record of 1:15.5In race-one, he dominated the competition from pole, leaving Jamaicans Robert Mc Donald and Kyle Reynolds,second and third respectively,with Trinidad’s Warren DeNobrega fourth, and the Guyanese duo of Heemand Boodram and Kevin Persaud in fifth and sixth respectively.The fourth Guyanese rider,John Bennett did not enter due to mechanical troubles.Race-two saw him falling behind from the launch but he managed to retake the lead and open the gap. Boodram managed to move up to second from his earlier fifth place finish while DeNobrega finished third, Reynolds fourth and Persaud fifth.Race-three saw only Bryce completing the race, with Bennett crashing out while he was in sixth, Persaud falling on the last lap from second and Boodram not starting due to mechanical problems.Prince wrapped up the weekend by telling Chronicle Sport “We learned the track pretty quickly yesterday. The track was pretty easy to learn. I think the trickiest part was trying to figure out where to ride to avoid some of the bumps and some of the lines were better than others,so you couldn’t take the ideal line.”The wrecked remains of Doug Gore’s Audi TT“`We were able to get good starts in both the first and third race and were able to break away from the field and its three wins and set a new track record,so it was really good for Team Mohamed’s Enterprise to get out there and get a good dominating performance here for the first weekend,” he concluded.In the group two class, Rameez Mohammed and Nazrudeen Mohammed faced mechanical troubles, though both managed to complete a few races.In race-one, Rameez fell out with Nazrudeen running fifth,while mechanical troubles ensured several DNFs.At the group three end of things, It was all Paul Vieira of Trinidad who dominated on all three occasions ahead of countryman Ronald Worthman while Rameez Mohammed finished twice on the podium. The team returns home later this week.Racing however ended prematurely after two marshals were injured during the final CMRC GP 4 four race.Up to press time, the Guyana Chronicle was unable to confirm their exact injuries but a source close to the Jamaica Race Drivers Club (JRDC) confirmed that they were both in a stable condition.Their names, which were given as Wendy and Tiffany,were behind the barrier for the start of the last Group Four race when the incident occurred,when contact between Doug Gore and David Summerbell Jnr. sent the former’s car into the wall and then sliding down the track.The impact to the wall sent concrete flying which in turn hit and injured the two marshals who were there to register the order in which the cars crossed the start/finish line.Meanwhile, of the two drivers involved, Doug ‘Hollywood’ Gore suffered a broken elbow and bruised ribs and ‘King’ David Summerbell jnr walked away with bumps and bruiseslast_img

DeGale to defend title in Denmark

first_imgJames DeGale is set to fight former world champion Cristian Sanavia in Denmark on 21 April.Italian Sanavia, 37, is the mandatory challenger for the Harlesden man’s European super-middleweight title and has won 45 of his 51 contests.DeGale, 26, recently announced he had split from promoter Frank Warren, who insisted the 2008 Olympic gold medallist had a year of his contract with him left to run.AdChoices广告Italian-based company Round Zero won the purse bids to stage the fight, which is scheduled to take place at the Nord Arena in the town of Frederikshavn.It will be DeGale’s first outing since he won the title with a points victory against rugged Pole Piotr Wilczewski in October.A victory would keep him on course for a world title shot or a possible rematch with arch rival and fellow West Londoner George Groves, who secured a majority decision when they met last year.In fact the pair could fight for a world title given that Groves is being lined up to challenge WBO champion Robert Stieglitz.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Olivero: Despite Marrone’s words, SU’s loss to UConn is most frustrating because of when it happened

first_img Published on November 21, 2010 at 12:00 pm Comments Doug Marrone refused to call Sunday’s 23-6 loss to Connecticut the most frustrating of the year. ‘They are all frustrating, trust me,’ Marrone said. ‘They are all frustrating. All of the wins, you feel good about. And then you have to move on. I don’t think you can label one or the other.’ For the second game in a row his offense sputtered, this time lifeless to the UConn blitz. His defense held up for as long as it could, again, before succumbing to its own mind-lapse: a penalty within the SU five-yard line. And the opportunity to remain alive for a Big East championship was lost. Still, to Marrone, this wasn’t the worst loss of the year. What was the third Big East home loss for the Orange and a 60-minute example of a struggling offense against the Big East’s worst defense was as disheartening as the rest. A loss — albeit a touchdown-less one — is a loss. What, then, was different about Saturday?AdvertisementThis is placeholder text ‘It happened right now,’ Marrone said. Now, as in the final conference game for the Orange. Now, as in a week after the Orange program soared to new heights with bowl eligibility. Now, as in after Syracuse achieved all of its preseason goals, SU is limping to the end of the season. After nine games of progression, Saturday was the unequivocal regression. Against the conference’s worst total defense (364.11 yards per game), the Orange averaged 2.2 yards per rush. The rest of the offense didn’t muster any element of a threat as well, as Ryan Nassib struggled to find any north-to-south success while his offensive line failed to protect him. The cat, thanks to the Huskies’ defensive muzzle, was out of the bag. Even Rob Long — yes, Rob Long — muffed a punt 14 yards off the right side of his shoe. Everyone happened to succumb to the spell of poor play. SU was, in one word, bad. Bad to close conference play in a conference that many are regarding as the worst in BCS conference history. That bad. Because the loss happened when it did is the exact reason it was the most frustrating for SU all season. It may not be the lost road trip to Washington, or the 45-point pasting by Pittsburgh. And it may not have been the worst numbers-wise.  But it was, assuredly, the most frustrating. One week after the Orange broke out of its bowl drought, it looked like a team in the midst of a deep offensive funk, one it won’t soon get out of. Syracuse tallied 131 fewer yards Saturday than the Huskies’ opposition averaged prior to Saturday, accruing only 235 yards. Players looked confused, but if you ask Marrone, they weren’t emotionally drained. They also didn’t quit, as he felt his players played hard enough to tell them he felt such postgame. There weren’t any obvious excuses, and in his near seven-minute press conference he didn’t single out a paramount problem. No excuses meant there was a lack of execution. And a lack of execution that led to nine penalties and several turnovers meant Marrone put the blame on himself. But truthfully, as Marrone has guided SU to new heights much faster than expected, the blame can’t go on his shoulders. This is the man who might still be the favorite for Big East Coach of The Year. The elements of the game SU failed at against the Huskies were not his fault. The Orange just wasn’t good enough from a personnel perspective. And that is what made the loss so frustrating. Marrone’s ‘little things’ finally killed his team in all facets of the game. This team will be going to a bowl. But with this loss, there are clear signs that SU is playing poor football. And that the offense best might not be good enough against bowl-caliber teams. That extra game in December might turn into a shellacking. Because all of this hit the fan at the end of a game where SU could have remained in the Big East title talk makes it sting that much more for the Orange. Just 60 minutes earlier, anyone would have told you that it wouldn’t have been that way. It wasn’t meant to be that way. Not now, at least. But it was. It happened after everything. That’s why it hurts more than the rest. Tony Olivero is an assistant sports editor for The Daily Orange, where his column appears occasionally. He can be reached at aolivero@syr.edu.center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more