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CEED Hosts One of Largest Meetups of Entrepreneurs from Central & Eastern Europe in Croatia

CEEDEach year CEED brings together over 200 growth-oriented entrepreneurs from Central and Eastern Europe to learn, collaborate, and network in a dynamic environment. In May CEED is hosting its regional conference in Croatia to bring together top entrepreneurs looking to grow their businesses in the region and the world.

This year entrepreneurs will meet in Croatia, which as of this summer becomes the 28th member state of the European Union. With a strong emphasis on attracting foreign direct investment and continuously improving its entrepreneurial climate, Croatia offers a stimulating business environment.

At this year’s conference, regional and international entrepreneurs and investors will share their views and experiences on competing in developed markets, finding the niches for small companies, opportunities in Croatia and the region and partnering to accelerate growth. Attendees will also have the opportunity to pitch and get feedback from an audience of entrepreneurs and international investors.

Keynotes are Bob Rosenschein, an American internet entrepreneur living and working in Israel, the founder of Answers.com, and Jim Connor, who has been involved in software applications addressing the capital markets for the past 20 years in multiple roles.

The CEED regional conference 2013 will take place at the Westin Hotel & Resorts in Zagreb, Croatia, 20th-21st May 2013. You can apply for the conference at the official website.

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