Friday, 18. April 2014 - 15:04
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REXPO Zagreb 2012, the International fair of investment and commercial real estate projects will be held on 19 and 20 April in the Hypo Centre in Zagreb. The fair has confirmed its international partnership with the world famous investment projects and real estate fair MIPIM which will be held one month later in Cannes.
"REXPO, I see as an opportunity for Croatian and foreign investors to discover new opportunities and to personally present the country. I believe that Croatia can offer a lot, especially if you look at its location and beautiful coast. Its forthcoming accession to the European Union will provide investors with a lot more confidence in your country," Edward Jarvis, sales director for investment projects in the Balkans, Ukraine, Baltics and Russia told REXPO head Sanda Marusic on her visit to the Cannes fair.
This year's MIPIM fair in Cannes will gather 19,300 visitors and 4,200 investors from 80 countries, including representatives from Croatia, over four days. Apart from bringing together a large number of exhibitors and visitors from around the world through programmes, the fair is an ideal place for negotiations and conclusion of new business projects.
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