On September 27, Nichols issued a preliminary injunction against the government’s order. Beetlestone’s order also blocks the app store download ban.Talks have been ongoing to finalise a preliminary deal for Walmart and Oracle to take stakes in a new company to oversee US operations. US President Donald Trump has said the deal had his “blessing.”© Thomson Reuters 2020Are iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. A US judge said on Wednesday he was uncertain if he had a legal basis to bar the US Commerce Department from imposing restrictions on video-sharing app TikTok after a Pennsylvania judge had already blocked the government’s plan on Friday.Beijing-based ByteDance, the owner of TikTok, argues that the previous ruling could still be overturned on appeal.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – US District Judge Carl Nichols for the District of Columbia ordered both parties to file legal papers by Friday to address whether TikTok still faces “irreparable harm” from the US order that Apple and Alphabet’s Google app stores remove the app for download by new users.The Trump administration contends TikTok poses national security concerns as the personal data of US users could be obtained by China’s government. TikTok denies the allegations.Nichols said he was unsure if TikTok could demonstrate “irreparable harm” to win a new injunction.- Advertisement – On Friday, US District Court Judge Wendy Beetlestone stopped the Commerce Department from barring TikTok’s data hosting within the United States and other technical transactions that she said would effectively ban the use of the app in the country.The restrictions were set to take effect November 12. A Justice Department lawyer told Nichols the government had not decided whether to appeal Beetlestone’s order.Beetlestone, whose ruling came in a lawsuit filed by three TikTok users, noted the app has over 100 million US TikTok users.- Advertisement –
Former Scotland manager Alex McLeish is expecting a tough match in Thursday’s winner-takes-all play-off against Serbia Interestingly, if Scotland make it to Euro 2020, they will once again be placed into a group with England, who they also faced at the same stage in their last Euros when England were tournament hosts.Victory on Thursday would complete the turnaround under Steve Clarke, with Scotland reeling from a 3-0 loss to lowly Kazakhstan in their opening European Qualifier when he was appointed in May 2019. Although he could not quite secure an automatic spot, Scotland had already secured a play-off place thanks to a solid Nations League campaign.Download the Sky Sports Scottish Football Podcast on: Spotify | Apple | Castbox | SpreakerScotland and Serbia last met during qualification for the 2014 World Cup and the Tartan Army were winless in both fixtures. They drew 0-0 at home before losing 2-0 away and Serbia could become just the second side to keep a clean sheet in each of their first three games against Scotland after Japan.Team news Highlights of the Euro 2020 qualifying play-off match between Scotland and Israel 3:20 Scotland head coach Steve Clarke says it’s a blow to lose Ryan Fraser and Grant Hanley for Thursday’s Euro 2020 play-off against Serbia, but believes they have sufficient cover Former Scotland striker Kris Boyd says he is confident Scotland will beat Serbia in Belgrade on Thursday to qualify for next year’s European Championships – Advertisement – 0:34 Scotland head coach Shelley Kerr says the weight of the country is on counterpart Steve Clarke’s shoulders but he will not be distracted for Thursday’s winner-takes-all play-off in Serbia Since losing four consecutive games between June and October 2019, Scotland have enjoyed an eight-match unbeaten run (W6 D2) – they last went longer without defeat in all competitions in September 1976, under Willie Ormond (a run of nine).Serbia have won just one of their last six matches in all competitions (D2 L3), beating Norway 2-1 in October, courtesy of a brace from Sergej Milinkovic-Savic in the previous round of European Championship qualifying.Victory would see Scotland qualify for the European Championship finals for just a third time (previously in 1992 & 1996), whilst Serbia are aiming to reach the finals of the competition for the first time as an independent nation. Scotland striker Lyndon Dykes says they need to go into their Euro 2020 play-off against Serbia with confidence and need to ‘get the job done’ on Thursday night Sky Sports announced last week that both Scotland and Northern Ireland’s play-off games will be free-to-air for UK customers on what is sure to be a dramatic night of football.Serbia vs Scotland will be shown live on Sky Sports Football from 7pm and free-to-air on Sky Pick; kick-off at 7.45pm.You can also follow all the latest in our dedicated live blog across Sky Sports’ digital platforms, including build-up, match commentary and the latest analysis. Plus, watch in-game goals and free match highlights shortly after full-time.Clarke: Qualification always the dream 0:50 Scotland manager Steve Clarke told Sky Sports News:“It’s always been the dream. Even in the years we failed to qualify, that dream is always there. When you start every campaign, you think ‘right, this is going to be the one’.“The team at various times has been close to qualification, but has never managed to get it over the line and this squad is close again and this time, we hope we can get it over the line. 3:23 2:42 “I had a good football career, I managed to win a good few trophies at the end of it, I played a lot of good matches at the highest level in both Scotland and England, but ultimately, you’re always left with that little bit of disappointment that as a player, I didn’t manage to play in a major tournament and for these lads, it’s the same.“It’s not to think about there being another chance in two years time because maybe there won’t be.”McCoist: Scotland’s biggest game in 20 years Sky Sports pundit Ally McCoist told Sky Sports News:“Without doubt, it’s the biggest game in over 20 years. And I’m pleased punters can watch it and get behind the team. I’m so pleased for everybody. Fingers crossed we can get a result.“I’d have bitten your hand off for an opportunity like this. There was a period where it looked like we wouldn’t get this chance and now we’ve got it. It’s great news.“We’re second favourites but I’ve been Scottish for long enough to know that being the underdog suits us.“The team is looking a lot better with some solidarity about them. Lyndon Dykes has given us a focal point. I’m the eternal Scottish optimist. I’m very hopeful although I do appreciate it’s a very big task ahead.”Boyd: Scotland can gatecrash Euro 2020 – Advertisement – Thursday 12th November 7:00pm If Scotland win…If Scotland beat Serbia, they will be Path C winners and go into Euro 2020 Group D with England, Croatia and the Czech Republic. Sky Sports pundit Kris Boyd told Sky Sports News:“It’s a massive opportunity for Scotland and I’m sure the boys will give their all. We’ve not been at a major tournament since 1998, so it’s a fantastic opportunity to get there. I wish them all the best, and I’m confident.“A lot of people have criticised the way Clarke has set his team up but we’ve found a way to get victories. We’re not free-flowing, and we’re not going to open teams up with eight or nine chances a game. What we can do is create one or two good ones and hope that we take them. We look solid defensively and we’re going to need that from the front if we’re going to stop Serbia.“It will be a difficult game, but I do fancy us to gate-crash Euro 2020 and get through the back door.” 1:19 – Advertisement – Scotland will be aiming to keep four consecutive clean sheets across all competitions for the first time since March 2014, under Gordon Strachan.Scotland’s John McGinn has been directly involved in seven goals in his last four appearances in European Championship qualifiers (6 goals, 1 assist).Only Harry Kane (12), Cristiano Ronaldo and Eran Zahavi (11 each) have scored more goals in qualifying for EURO 2020 than Serbia’s Aleksandar Mitrovic (10), who netted in six consecutive matches before facing Norway. 4:27 0:50 Scotland have not featured at a major international tournament for over 20 years, last competing at the 1998 World Cup in France. Their last European Championships was in 1996, where the Netherlands progressed from Group A based on goals scored. Kick off 7:45pm Team news, stats and analysis ahead of Serbia vs Scotland in the European Qualifying play-off final on Thursday; kick-off 7.45pm.Scotland dramatically booked their place in the European Qualifying play-off final last month, winning 5-3 on penalties – their first ever shootout – against familiar foes Israel after a goalless draw. It set up a trip to Belgrade to face Serbia, who were 2-1 winners against Norway in their semi-final.- Advertisement – Scotland manager Steve Clarke says it would be a dream to qualify for the European Championships and he looks back on his career with disappointment because he never played for his country at a major tournament Ryan Fraser and Grant Hanley will both miss out for Scotland after they sustained hamstring problems. Hanley – who has 30 caps for his country – had been called up to the squad for the first time in more than two years, while Fraser was looking to add to his 14 international appearances.Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths has also returned to the Scotland fold and with Fraser absent, could be given his chance to earn his first cap since September 2018. However, Clarke has hinted that Griffiths would be used from the bench.The Scotland manager said: “Leigh being Leigh, we all know his qualities in and around the 18-yard box. But he hasn’t started many games for Celtic recently and it might be a big ask for him to start in a game of this magnitude.”Serbia have been boosted by the news that Lazio’s players have been given permission to go on international duty. It means key man Sergej Milinkovic-Savic will be available to face Clarke’s side after some uncertainty over regional Covid-19 travelling restrictions in Italy for players in Serie A.How to follow Ally McCoist thinks the underdog factor can work in Scotland’s favour ahead of Thursday’s clash away to Serbia – a game he’s calling the biggest in 20 years. Opta stats
Twitter Fleets Now Rolling Out Globally, Audio Spaces Coming to Select Users Soon, ‘Working Hard on’ Android Voice Tweets
Twitter’s Audio Spaces will first be rolled out to select usersPhoto Credit: Twitter“Voice tweets allow people to share their thoughts, but we imagined a live audio space to communicate with one other person or small groups,” Patterson said. “A space that feels very safe and intimate. We’ve used the metaphor of a well-hosted dinner party. You don’t need to know everyone at the party to have a good time, but everyone should feel comfortable to sit at the table.”“Safety is critical and we need to get that right in order for people to leverage live audio spaces, so we’re going to launch this first experiment to a very small group of people, who are disproportionately impacted by harm on the platform — women and people from marginalised communities — and the team is interested and the company is interested in hearing first from this group of people on their feedback on audio spaces,” she added.- Advertisement – The feature will not just be a voice chatroom though — according to Patterson, users will be able to add tweets, and view transcriptions in these spaces, so that it can be used in a number of ways.Audio Spaces will roll out to select groups first for testing and feedback before a wider rollout. Patterson also said that Voice DMs are being tested by the company, and added that voice tweets and all media will soon get transcriptions to improve accessibility on Twitter.The team also said that the voice tweets feature is coming to Android but did not share further details, except to say that they’re working hard to make that happen.These new features come as a part of Twitter’s attempts to make the platform more accessible to new users, although a more cynical view would be that the company is playing catch-up to others. The stories feature has been a feature of almost all platforms by now — even LinkedIn! — and voice chatrooms have also been growing in number since the launch of Clubhouse.Which is the best TV under Rs. 25,000? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. – Advertisement – Fleets launched in India in June and while Twitter says it sees more people engaging with the platform, at least anecdotally, we’ve seen the usage of the feature go down in the interim. While the feature is ephemeral, and displays in a separate feed on top of the timeline that Twitter refers to as the Fleetline, there’s nothing stopping others from taking screenshots of your fleets, and users don’t even get notified. You also can’t control who can see your fleets — these are features that Harris said the company is considering, but in the more immediate roadmap, Twitter will be adding stickers, more creator tools, and live broadcasting, he said.Aside from Fleets, Twitter also showed a glimpse of an upcoming feature it calls Audio Spaces, which is a voice chatroom. Maya Patterson, a Product Designer at Twitter, explained that the new feature is meant to create a safe space for intimate conversations in public.– Advertisement – Twitter is rolling out Fleets globally, after initially testing the feature in India, Brazil, Italy, and South Korea. Twitter did not share any numbers for usage of the feature, but Joshua Harris, Twitter’s Director of Design, said in a virtual press conference that Fleets have been useful in making people more comfortable on the platform. “We’ve seen Fleets helped people feel more comfortable sharing personal and casual thoughts, opinions, and feelings.” Aside from the Fleets rollout, Twitter also talked about Audio Spaces, an upcoming feature that it will be testing with a limited set of users, which will allow them to hold discussions in a public, yet intimate setting where they can control who is able to participate.“A lot of people don’t tweet. With retweets and replies, it feels like a burden to tweet. People lurk, draft tweets, and then do not send them,” Harris said. “Fleets create a lower pressure way to join the conversation. It’ll make people more comfortable to join the conversation, because it’s just for a day, and it won’t be around forever. We’ve also seen more people joining conversations on Twitter, and we’ve seen that people new to Twitter are more comfortable.”- Advertisement –
During the summer flight schedule, Franjo Tuđman Airport recorded record results in passenger traffic, so last month, June, it ended with a 16 percent increase in the number of passengers.For the first time in history, Zagreb Airport received its millionth passenger in May, and the cumulative growth in the number of passengers in the first six months of 2017 compared to the same period in 2016 is 9 percent.On the eve of the peak of the summer season, 8 new routes were established, including three routes of the two new airlines Monarch and Emirates, and the existing airlines increased their capacity or number of frequencies. The national carrier Croatia Airlines has opened four new destinations from Zagreb: Stockholm, Helsinki, Oslo and Bucharest, the last three of which are destinations with which Zagreb has never been directly connected. “All this directly affected the significant increase in passenger traffic, as well as the increase in the number of employees. Since the relocation of the entire business to the new passenger terminal, a total of 111 new employees have been employed.”Point out Franjo Tuđman Airport.New lines to Düsseldorf, Lisbon and Bareclone The growth trend is also expected in the winter flight schedule, and Franjo Tuđman Airport points out that at the beginning of the winter season, more precisely from 31.10.2017. Eurowings has announced the introduction of a new direct route to Düsseldorf three times a week, while the national carrier Croatia Airlines is extending its seasonal routes to Lisbon and Barcelona for the first time in history out of season and plans to operate throughout the first half of the winter season. The Polish company LOT, as well as the Norwegian Norwegian, will also keep part of the newly introduced seasonal frequencies through the winter flight schedule.
MINT: The Law on Catering Activity has been developed and will not require radical interventions in accommodation facilities such as demolition of walls
A lot of dust has been raised about the announcement of a new categorization in family accommodation, which is great, because only through argumentative, open and constructive discussion can we grow as individuals and as a society, ie a market. However, due to poor communication and little concrete information, discussions are conducted in different directions, depending on speculation and various interpretations, which is bad, because with quality communication we can and must direct the discussion in the right direction – and that is quality and strategic development of our tourism.Currently, the following new Laws are announced by the Ministry of Tourism; The Law on Hospitality, the Law on Tourist Boards, the Law on Sojourn Tax and the Law on Membership Fees in Tourist Membership Fees and the Ordinance on Classification and Categorization of Facilities, and a public debate on eConference will be opened soon. Before the final draft of all changes, I tried to find out from the Ministry of Tourism in which direction to think about the current development of our tourism and get specific information about the harmonization of standards of accommodation in private and family accommodation and the microcredit program of private renters.As they point out from MINT, new The Law on Catering Activity as well as the Ordinance on Classification and Categorization of Facilities is primarily developed and in no way will in any part impose radical interventions in accommodation facilities such as the demolition of walls and the like. It is this counter-argument that is often highlighted through various conversations within the profession. So no tearing down the walls!”The conditions that will be prescribed by the new Rulebook will not be more restrictive in relation to the Rulebook from 2007, ie 2016. Moreover, the new Ordinance for all categories of all types of apartments reduced the required square footage compared to the 1995 Ordinance. So far, it has been possible for two different apartments of the same categorization to offer different quality of service due to the different regulations by which they are categorized. Therefore, family accommodation in Croatia is still not a homogeneous category – there are differences in quality that guests do not expect. In other words, on the one hand we have renters who are in an unequal position with each other, and on the other hand guests are deprived of the right to equal service in facilities of the same category. All this is a consequence of regulation from 11 years ago – those landlords who obtained a decision to provide services until September 1, 2007 under the Law on Hospitality were not obliged to harmonize conditions in facilities in accordance with the current Ordinance on classification and categorization of facilities. For comparison, hoteliers have to prove every four years that they deserve a certain number of stars for their quality and offer. ”Point out the Ministry of Tourism.It was from the above that it was decided to harmonize the standards of all renters on the market with the ultimate goal of harmonizing all renters categorized by September 1.9.2007, XNUMX. with the current ordinance, Minister Cappelli points out and adds that this will lead to the improvement of the quality of catering services and standards, ensuring the equal position of renters and caterers in the market and greater consumer protection. “Indirectly, this will result in the extension of the tourist season and an increase in the competitiveness and income of private renters. The intention is by no means to reduce the number of beds or demolish buildings, but to rebuild existing ones in accordance with market requirements. Quite a number of complaints arrived at the address of the ministry precisely at the expense of the uneven offer. Dissatisfied guests rightly complain and ask for explanations as to how it is possible that three stars in one facility does not mean the same quality in another facility with the same number of stars. With this harmonization the rules become the same for all renters. In the field, we have a situation where some facilities operate according to the standards of 20 or more years ago, which certainly needs to change in terms of competitiveness and market uniformity. It should be noted that the harmonization required is not in conflict with the already established standards on the market, no new rules are imposed as the required standards have been in force since 2007. The basic standards of the 21st century are prescribed, such as that the rooms to be rented have a bathroom, that bed linen is provided for each bed, or that the facilities for rent also have heating in winter. ” pointed out Minister Cappelli.Important information is that the harmonization of family accommodation with the provisions of the Act will not be required for renters who received a solution after 2007, but only for those who previously registered their accommodation under the old 1995 Ordinance. Even those renters who have old solutions from 1995, and do not want to invest and harmonize quality with regulations, will not be left without registration of accommodation. Everyone will have the right to stay in the market and they will not be ordered to close, they will simply get as many stars as they really deserve according to the regulations.On the other hand, for buildings located in the old city centers or protected as cultural monuments or urban units, the Minister will make mitigating decisions with the Ordinance, as these are buildings that are unable to harmonize due to space constraints or protection.According to the available data of the Croatian National Tourist Board from the eVisitor system, the number of facilities in the household, as well as the number of accommodation units, beds, but also taxpayers, is constantly growing. For example, the number of facilities in 2017 increased by 12% compared to the year before, while in the first two months of this year alone, 700 more were registered, which makes a total of 93.194 facilities.Favorable HBOR loans for hosts in family accommodationIn the second half of the year, HBOR’s long-announced favorable loans for hosts in family accommodation will start, where interest rates will not exceed 3 percent, probably 2.3 to 2.5 percent, with a grace period of one year and a period of 10 years and a maximum amount of 50.000 Euros, announced in early February by Minister Cappelli at the Family Accommodation Forum in Zagreb. The goal of more favorable loans through HBOR is to support family accommodation to develop better and better through the harmonization of standards, increasing the quality and additional offer of facilities in the household.Rural House Kod Slapa, Bogatic / Booking.comFavorable HBOR loans will be intended to improve the offer to all other existing private renters for the purpose of renovation, construction and equipping of indoor or outdoor pools, wellness, construction and equipping of the necessary infrastructure for cycling, sports and recreation, theme parks, and development and the promotion of other additional facilities that contribute to greater occupancy and extension of the season. “The credit line will be available to natural persons – renters who have a decision on approval for the provision of catering services in the household relating to accommodation in a room, apartment, holiday home, campsite or camping rest area. The purpose of the loan is to obtain a new decision on the provision of catering services in the household and / or the realization of an additional offer of facilities in the household. It includes the implementation of activities related to the renovation, adaptation, reconstruction and equipping of household facilities, whether rooms, apartments or holiday homes, subject to obtaining a new decision on the provision of catering services in the household in accordance with the applicable Ordinance on classification and categorization of catering household facilities. ” emphasize from the Ministry of Tourism and add that with a favorable offer of microcredit will achieve faster implementation of the planned harmonization of standards of accommodation facilities of private renters and raise the quality and additional offer of private accommodation, which will contribute to higher occupancy, longer season, increased revenue .eConsulting – a place and opportunity for constructive criticism and suggestionsSoon, more precisely during April or early May, the final draft of the new Law on Hospitality and the Ordinance on Classification and Categorization of Facilities, will be published on eConference, and I hereby invite all associations, entrepreneurs and tourism workers in tourism to get involved and participate in the final draft of all Laws.Unfortunately, so far the profession has not been involved enough through eConference and there have been too few comments and suggestions. One is social networks, and eConsulting is a tool where the voice of the profession must be heard and where we can and must, give our argumentative and constructive proposals, positive and negative criticism and ultimately participate in the final drafting of all new regulations and laws.Once the Laws are passed, it’s too late to be smart and whine, it’s all up to us. We must care about strategic and quality development. Get involved, the responsibility is on all of us.Related news:VIDEO: HGK RELEASES VIDEOS OF EDUCATIONS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW LAW ON PROVISION OF SERVICES IN TOURISM</p>
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Within Adriatic Plastic Challenge (APC), an initiative organized by Terra Hub, selected the best innovative solutions that will help stop the further influx of plastic waste into the Adriatic Sea.In a fierce anti-plastic fight, the team “Zlarin – an island without plastic” whose vision is to make Zlarin the first Croatian island without disposable plastic won. Originally from Zlarin, Ana Nataša and Ivana have developed a model that will stop the flow of disposable plastic to the island in the next year.”Zlarin is an island with about two hundred inhabitants, which makes it an ideal place to try this experiment. We only have one supermarket and a few cafes and restaurants which significantly reduces the number of people who need to support our idea. The local community gives us great support and we can’t wait for Zlarin to come to life without plastic”Winning team member Ana Robb told Morski.hrPlastic bags will be replaced by paper and canvas ones, straws will be thrown out, and plastic cups and cutlery will also be replaced with more environmentally friendly solutions. The project is supported by the local population and the tourist board of the island of Zlarin.“We are looking for innovative solutions to the problem of accumulating plastic waste in the sea. Solutions that will work better and faster than normal. Or which will accelerate the emergence of completely new models. Or that will dramatically change the way we do or imagine something possible now. ” point out the organizers of the APC.During the two-day bootcamp, the selected teams, with the help of a mentor, turned the project solutions into business models using design thinking and lean start-up methodologies, and presented their ideas to an expert jury.The implications of this great idea, in addition to environmental awareness and sustainability, can certainly be transferred to tourism, and through a specific ecological tourism product to turn Zlarin into a destination that offers minimal or no impact on the environment with maximum use of local food and resources. If we look further, Zlarin can become the best ambassador of sustainable tourism, because it will become the first island without plastic. And not only through tourism but also through the implementation of all other industries that nurture sustainability and ecology, to the development of the city and the whole community, etc.… Opportunity for development, which was created from a small but powerful idea and vision of development.
The Split-Dalmatia County has announced a tender “Maritime Heritage” for financing projects in the field of protection and valorization of maritime heritage in the County in 2019. The subject of the competition is the promotion, protection and revitalization of maritime heritage and the promotion of the project “Maritime is good”. The objectives of the competition are to create an offer of products and experiences based on the tradition of maritime and fisheries, promotion of the project “Maritime is good”, preservation, protection, development and promotion of maritime heritage through tourism valorization on the principles of sustainable tourism and maritime, promotion of scientific achievements and scientific research. maritime affairs and the promotion of the historical and natural value and maritime heritage of the Split-Dalmatia County. It will also strive to promote safe and environmentally sustainable maritime transport and maritime infrastructure, encourage the application of appropriate environmental standards in the protection and valorization of the marine environment, reduce the harmful effects of pollution from maritime facilities, internationally promote centuries of experience in traditional construction of wooden boats and ships. to bring together attractions and stories related to the fishing tradition and thus create a critical mass of attractions to make the theme of fishing attractive to visitors, preserve and revitalize the fishing tradition and educate the local population. The competition lasts until April 26, 2019 and is published on the official website of the County. Associations, local self-government units, local tourist boards, public institutions, companies and crafts registered in the Split-Dalmatia County have the right to apply. Photo: pomorskodobro.dalmacija.hr You can download the competition and all selection criteria HERE.
For the development of year-round tourism and strengthening the brand of the destination in Istria, half a million kuna was allocated
Based on the conducted public call for promotion of tourist events, products and projects in less developed areas of Istria in 2019, the Administrative Department for Tourism of Istria received a total of 63 applications, of which 40 applications for grants for tourism events and 23 applications for grants projects. In accordance with the goals from the Master Plan for the Development of Istria Tourism until 2025, a total of HRK 530.00 was allocated for two years to achieve balanced tourism development, to develop year-round tourism and to strengthen the destination brand through two measures: Raising the quality of tourism events in tur. products of specialized interests in less developed areas of Istria. Grants in the amount of a total of HRK 340.000 were received by 27 tourist events, while HRK 190.000 was awarded for 8 tourism projects and products of special interest in less developed tourist areas. Who all met the conditions of the tender and received co-financing, see the attachment “These grants are intended to encourage the development of public tourism infrastructure and valorize indigenous values, Istrian tradition, culture and customs, and raise the level of quality, destination offer, all in accordance with the Master Plan of Istrian Tourism and plans and strategies of lower ranks.” stand out from the Administrative Department for Tourism of the Istrian County. Attachment: Decision on granting support to tourist events, projects and products of special interests in less developed tourist areas – Istria County
In 2020, the CNTB intends to conduct up to 5 advertising campaigns According to the public invitation, the three goals of the marketing plan 2014-2020. : Strengthening the Croatian brand as a tourist destination, attracting an additional number of tourists in the pre-season and post-season and increasing the average daily consumption of realized tourists. The total budget for advertising on the foreign market (includes agency commission and all other costs of the agency related to media leasing) for activities related to the implementation of online and offline marketing activities in 2020, the CNTB provides funds in the total amount of 40.000.000,00, XNUMX kn without VAT. The Croatian National Tourist Board has published public calls for the selection of media and PR agencies, which relate to foreign markets in 2020. Delivery deadline for each category: 26.08.2019. Find out more details in the attachment. Side dish: The public call for media agencies refers to the development of an advertising strategy, the development of media plans and the implementation of activities confirmed in the media plan for 2020. The second public call for the selection of a PR agency relates to the development of an international PR strategy and the adaptation of strategies to the required markets, as well as the design and implementation of a PR strategy for the CNTB in 2020. Source: CNTB / Public call for media agency Selection of a media agency for the development of an advertising strategy and media plan and the implementation of CNTB marketing activities in foreign emitting markets in 2020 with the possibility of extending cooperation in 2021 Selection of a PR agency for the development and implementation of a PR strategy and implementation of international PR activities in the field of media relations, social media and online communication, as well as events and PR projects for the CNTB in 2020 with the possibility of extending cooperation in 2021.
Air Transat made its first flight on the Toronto – Zagreb route in June 2016, continuously increasing the number of weekly flights on this route from season to season, and extending the duration of operations (currently from May to the end of October). From June 17, Air Transat intends to operate on this route three times a week, until the beginning of September, and then the number of weekly flights will decrease as the summer season approaches. Departures from Toronto are on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays in the evening, and as it is a night flight, departure from Zagreb to Toronto is the next day (Monday, Wednesday and Friday). Apart from Toronto as a final destination, travelers from Zagreb have access to other Canadian cities, such as Calgary, Vancouver and Montreal. This airline on the route to Zagreb mainly transported many Canadian tourists (to a lesser extent the diaspora, but it mainly used the Air Canada Rouge), and it was logical to temporarily cancel the route for this summer season, given the reduced demand and passenger restrictions on state borders. Air Transat is the first airline from a distant market to confirm its return to Zagreb in the next summer season. After the complete withdrawal of Emirates, and at this moment indecisive carriers such as Korean Air and Air Canada Rouge, Air Transat has confirmed its plan to return to Zagreb Airport. Canadian leisure airline, Air Transat, confirmed for Croatian Aviation how in the summer flight schedule in 2021 it plans to reconnect Toronto and Zagreb by direct air. The first flight on the Toronto – Zagreb route has been announced for Tuesday, May 11, 2021. The line will operate once a week until the end of May, with departures on Sundays from 30 May and flights on Thursdays from 17 June. Photo: max_spotter on Instagram / Air Transat