Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
By: Adnan Arnautlija
15. PRO.PR CONFERENCE – CONNECTING ON THE MOVE
This week, from 6 – 9 April, Terme Tuhelj in Croatia will host the 15th PRO.PR Conference. Since 2003, when the conference was launched, to this date, hosts of the conference were: Herceg Novi (Montenegro), Belgrade (Serbia), Brijuni (Croatian), Rogaska Slatina (Slovenia), Ohrid (Macedonia), Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Budva (Montenegro), Rab (Croatia), Subotica (Serbia), Maribor (Slovenia), Opatija and Malinska on the island of Krk (Croatia).
The organizer – agency Apriori World – expects more than 200 participants from 16 countries. Best practices will be presented by renowned worldwide communication experts such as: Bryson Thornton, Regional Director of Communications at Philip Morris; John Shield, Communications Director of the BBC; Francis Ingham, Managing Director at PRCA and CEO of ICCO. Knowledge and experience will also be shared by experts from the region: Jelena Šarenac (Henkel), Hrvoje Glasnović (Agrokor) and Goran Pivarski (Microsoft). The conference will include three panel discussions that will cover topics of branding, public relations, public administration and will discuss the rise of populism in the world.
2ND INTERNATIONAL CIRCULAR CHANGE CONFERENCE: WALKING THE TALK – ENABLING CIRCULAR TRANSFORMATION
Philips no longer sells light bulbs, but light. What kind of business model will provide you a job in the future? The transition from products to services. Competing with business models that include reuse, repair, maintenance. The development of cities that establish a high quality stay and attract innovators and capital. Connecting of industries whose complementarity strengthens international competitiveness.
The transition to a circular economy is not a choice but a necessity if you want to stay competitive, develop new jobs and preserve quality of life. Identify the opportunities that are already here and grab them. At the Second International Conference Circular Change, which is set to take place on 11 and 12 May in Ljubljana and Maribor, you will have the chance to mingle with representatives of the World Economic Forum, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, the European Platform for Circular Economy…
The registration fee for the two days is 540 €.
SARAJEVSKO PRESENTS 2ND CRAFT BEER ATTRACTION
Sarajevo Brewery and five craft brewers from Bosnia and Herzegovina – The Brew Pub, Gelender, Castrum, Semizburg and Silvertown brewery – are organizing the 2ND Craft Beer Attraction event which will be held at the HS pub in Sarajevo, on Friday, 14 April, from 16.00h.
Visitors will be entertained by the BluesA Band, and beer lovers will have the opportunity to enjoy Sarajevsko brand as well as various kinds of craft ales. One deciliter of craft beer will cost €0.5 and the entry is free of charge. Over the last few years craft beer has been gaining in popularity all over the world, and the process actually represents the art of making beer in small breweries, which is made according to traditional, but also innovative recipes. With the organization of this craft event, Sarajevo Brewery wants to support small, local producers of beer.
6,500 DRONES ARE IN THE SKIES ABOVE CROATIA, OPERATED BY 340 COMPANIES
Drone business in Croatia has been registered by 340 companies, according to the second Dronfest which was held late last week in Zagreb.
Unofficial estimates are that the citizens and businesses in Croatia own about 6,500 of these flying robots. Tihomir Šašić, head of operations with drones at IN2 Group and Director of Dronfest said that Croatian drone stage is rapidly growing. This year the conference gathered more than 350 participants. He stated that, along with the companies that provide services of recording using drones, there are more and more local companies and teams popping up who see future business in the production of drones, and are oriented towards the global market.
[D]CONVERSATION AND PROMOTION OF THE BOOK ART IS NOT A MIRROR, IT’S A HAMMER
On Wednesday, 5 April 2017 at 19.00h, HDD Gallery will host the presentation of the book ART IS NOT A MIRROR, IT’S A HAMMER by authors Dejan Kršić and Marko Golub, published by the Association WHW – What, How and for Whom and Croatian Designers Society. The book will be presented by the designer and president of the HDD Maša Milovac, member of the curatorial collective of WHW and editor of the book Ivet Ćurlin, Ana Dević, Nataša Ilić and Sabina Sabolović, art critics, and designers Boris Greiner and Bojan Krištofić and the authors themselves.
Formally a hybrid between designer monograph, collection of texts and a thematic publication, this book on 180 pages in Croatian and English gives a glimpse into more than three decades of work of the graphic designer and publicist Dejan Kršić and contains an illustrated chronology covering the period from the early eighties until today, texts by Marko Golub who from different angles contextualizes his work and the work of the curatorial team of WHW, as well as a selection of essays by Kršić on topics ranging from alternative culture to the relationship between art, politics and ideology.