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RELATED NEWS: “We started the negotiations in February this year and finalized them during the WTM fair in London. The American compared to other markets is the most demanding due to market rules that differ in many ways from European, African and Asian. We believe that the branch office at Orlando International Airport, which is also the largest market for the car rental industry in the world, is a good way to present ourselves to clients from the USA.”, Explained Frane Herceg, Franchise Manager CARWIZ rent a car. Interest from countries such as Qatar, India, Mauritius, Dominican Republic, Florida, Azerbaijan indicates that the global brand can improve local business, give it importance and improve sales, adds Dobrilovic and concludes that their global brand presence indicates that price is not the only and the most important market factor. Thus, Carwiz became a Croatian export product and one of the few companies from the tourism sector, but also from Croatia, which succeeded. In less than a year, through the franchise model, Carwiz is already present in 15 international markets, and with the new franchise partnership, Carwiz continues its global expansion in the most demanding market – American market. Success that opens all doors and literally only the sky is the limit. Of course, one learns it on the market, and something completely different on the market and survives and positions itself, but the first step has been achieved. Awake dreams of becoming one of the strongest players in the car rental industry This is an example of how Croatia can be competitive and present on the global market. One small, for global framework, Croatian company, slowly and surely erases all borders, and awake dreaming of becoming one of the strongest players in the car rental industry in the world. “The expressed interest comes from European, American and exotic and distant countries thanks to the service we offer to our partners – from daily contact regardless of the time difference, mentoring to their independence, the phase in which we have support from the background. The company’s projected growth by the end of the year is in twenty countries. We achieved a large number of partnerships thanks to our visual identity, which proved to be very attractive at the fair and the success we achieved in just two years of business, during which we established ourselves as one of the strongest players in the car rental industry.”, explains the director of Carwiz, Krešimir Dobrilović, and emphasizes that the main precondition for the company’s growth has been the quality management of franchises and the support they provide to our partners. “Croatia is currently recognized as a beautiful country with great sporting successes, but we think we can be leaders in many other things. Imagine that we are recognized for our entrepreneurship, for our inventions! We will never be the biggest or the most populous. We know that. But what we can do is be the most creative, the most innovative and the most enterprising.”Said Bagatin, and you can read the whole speech in the attachment. The projected growth of the company by the end of the year is in twenty countries – Krešimir Dobrilović, CARWIZ Date January 30, 2019 will be inscribed in the history of our tourism, and especially our domestic car rental company Carwiz, which in a short time since its inception, has positioned itself as a leader in this segment. But expectations for expansion on the global map for this year have not yet been met. As they point out from Carwiz, at the recently concluded this year’s WTM fair in London, interest in the Cariwz franchise exists from as many as twenty new countries. Carwiz opened its first car rental branch in the United States – in Florida. Thus, after the European, African and Asian markets, Carwiz also enters the American market and continues its global expansion. Frane Herceg, Franchise Manager Carwiz International We should look forward to someone else’s success, encourage and emphasize it – celebrate the entrepreneurial mindset, as pointed out by Ognjen Bagatin from the Bagatin Polyclinic, who in his recent speech explained why it is important to celebrate someone else’s success. Namely, on that date, Carwiz made a big step forward, then unthinkable for many, and that is the attack and expansion into the global market through franchise model. OGNJEN BAGATIN, POLYCLINIC BAGATIN: WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO CELEBRATE SOMEONE ELSE’S SUCCESS? Being present in the American market is a dream for all companies, especially from a small market such as Croatia. The US market is an extremely competitive and demanding market, few people in Croatia have succeeded, not counting IT companies, and Carwiz has succeeded in this feat. By signing a contract with a company from the world’s largest car rental industry market operating in International Air port of Orlando, in the southeastern federal state Florida, CARWIZ International has opened its first car rental branch in The United States.
“We also request the utmost respect over the identity of the two positive cases.”The team were due to travel to Portugal on Monday for the closing stages of the Champions League which is being held in Lisbon as a precaution against COVID-19 rather than risk having teams travelling across Europe for home-and-away ties.The self-contained eight-team tournament will be staged behind closed doors, starting on Wednesday with the final set for Lisbon on August 23. Spanish side Atletico Madrid on Sunday reported two positive coronavirus tests, just four days before they face Leipzig in Portugal for a place in the Champions League semi-finals.”On Saturday, all members of the first team and the club’s party to Lisbon underwent tests as required by UEFA protocols to participate in the quarter-finals of the Champions League,” said a club statement.”Among the results known today, two positives have appeared and they are self-isolating in their respective homes.” Local quarantines Spain has so far been one of the countries worst affected by the coronavirus pandemic, with 310,000 registered infections and 28,500 deaths.Although most sports have returned from a months-long lockdown caused by the virus, there are concerns that numbers of cases are beginning to rise again.In recent days, Spain has seen local quarantines imposed in the Basque Country, Catalonia and Aragon.Protective face masks have been made compulsory in several busy areas, especially in the Madrid region.Last month, Atletico’s city rivals Real Madrid announced forward Mariano Diaz had tested positive for COVID-19.Sevilla, meanwhile, reported an unnamed player had also contracted the illness.Real have since been knocked out of the Champions League but Sevilla are still involved in the Europa League.They play English side Wolves in their quarter-final in Duisburg, Germany, on Tuesday.The Champions League had been put on hold since March because of the virus with the last-16 stage only completed on Friday and Saturday.In their statement on Sunday, Atletico were keen to reassure football authorities, explaining that they had followed a very strict protocol even after the end of La Liga season on July 19. Weekly tests were carried out on July 26 and August 2.For its ‘Final Eight’ tournament in Portugal, UEFA has planned strict protocols — each team will have to provide test results before travelling to the country, and will be tested again on the eve of their first match.Each positive test will require the individual to self-isolate. It was not revealed whether the two positive cases involved players or backroom staff.Atletico said UEFA as well as the Spanish and Portuguese football and health authorities have been informed and that a fresh round of tests will be carried out on the squad and support team.They admitted this could mean last-minute changes to travel schedules as well as accommodation plans in the Portuguese capital. “The club will coordinate the new schedules with UEFA and as soon as there is a new plan it will be made public,” added the statement. Topics :
Listen to fascinating stories and see forgotten photos in a special “Old Chilmark Tales” online presentation from Chris Baer. Discover more about Chilmark’s eclectic past, including mysterious inventors, iron mines, buried treasure, alligators, transgender siblings, apes, schools, and someone — or something — called Jimmy Town. Chris Baer teaches at M.V. Regional High School, he is the author of “Martha’s Vineyard Tales,” and he writes the popular “This Was Then” column for The MV Times. To join the storytelling Zoom room on Wednesday, August 19, from 5 to 6 pm, contact the Chilmark library: firstname.lastname@example.org, 508-645-3360.