Today, the 23rd session of the CNTB Tourist Council was held at the CNTB Head Office, at which the council members adopted proposals for decisions on the appointment of the director of the representative office, which were covered by a public tender, the CNTB reports.These are representative offices in Italy, France, Poland, the Benelux, Germany – where the competition included the position of director of the representative office and head of the branch office, Russia and the USA. The competition also included representations in Hungary and Slovakia, where the offices were managed by the heads of the offices, without the status of director appointed by the CNTB Tourist Board. “Today, Croatia is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations, and in order to continue to strengthen our visibility and presence in some of the largest emitting markets, we must continuously improve and follow trends and apply innovative ways of promotion. I believe that the elected directors, with their knowledge, experience and enthusiasm they have shown, will make a positive step forward and confirm Croatia as one of the most popular tourist destinations.”, Minister Cappelli pointed out and added that he expects the director of the representative office to take a proactive approach in attracting new market segments and presenting offers that will further position Croatia as a year-round destination.Director of the CNTB Head Office Kristjan Staničić emphasized that he expects a strong contribution from all directors in achieving the strategic goals of Croatian tourism. “I believe that through this competition we have reached the best candidates who will make a strong and positive contribution to future trends in Croatian tourism. I expect new, innovative and interesting proposals from which the future activities of the representative office will be clearly visible. I will insist on a high level of professionalism and teamwork because a quality network of representative offices is an extremely important factor in the promotion of Croatia.”, Concluded director Staničić.The following directors of the representative office were unanimously appointed to the new mandates:Nera Miličić for Germany (head of the Munich branch office)Viviana Vukelic for Italy (also covers the Spanish market)Agnieszka Anna Puszczewicz for PolandRomeo Draghicchio for Germany (re-election)Danijela Mihalic Djurica for France (re-election)Ivan Novak for Benelux (re-election)Ina Rodin for the USA (also covers the Canadian market) – (re-election)Rajko Ruzicka for Russia (covers Ukraine and other markets in the region) – (re-election)Regarding the position of the Director of the CNTB Representation in Hungary based in Budapest and the position of the Director of the CNTB Representation in Slovakia based in Bratislava, according to Barbara Mesić, President of the Commission for Evaluation of Candidates Received under this Competition, the Tourist Board the council was proposed to re-announce the competition for the same, together with the competition for managerial positions in the representative offices scheduled for publication during the first half of 2018. This was proposed with the aim of collecting a larger number of competition applications from candidates with adequate competencies to represent the Croatian National Tourist Board in the relevant markets.As pointed out by the CNTB, the members of the council also adopted proposals for decisions on the establishment of the Commission for Joint Advertising in 2018 and the Commission for Strategic Projects in 2018.
This property might make you believe in love at first sight.A RIDICULOUSLY stunning Queensland home that’s soon to sell to the highest online bidder has a licence to host 160 parties a year. The jawdropping home in Australia’s millionaire playground is set to take its chances online with the owners willing to let it go to the highest clicker on August 6.The dream estate that’s more a work of art than anything else, is in the Whitsundays region and tailor-made for the millionaire live, work, play lifestyle. I’d probably never leave home.Asked how the owners could bear to part with such a dream property, Ms Carter said “they have similar venues overseas that they are concentrating on”.“They are definitely selling, they’re not just testing the market. That’s why they are going to (online) auction, because they want it sold.” FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK Licensed to party.The oceanfront residence includes handcrafted finishes, imported timbers, woven rattan, soaring cathedral ceilings and Balinese fluted timber columns.“In the 10 years since its inception as a destination wedding and events venue, ‘Botanica Whitsundays’ has set a benchmark with awards and accolades bestowed by industry associations and Queensland Tourism,” according to the realestate.com.au listing. “Licenses and permits are in place to host 160 events annually; with hospitality equipment and infrastructure in place.” Like a holiday at home really.Called Botanica Whitsundays, the lavish property was described as a labour of love “decades in the planning and never to be replicated” from its majestic ancient iron gates to its 5.46 acres of landscaped grounds, 160 metres of Coral Sea frontage, and 1,000 sqm home. Even the pool has a waterfront view.“It is an unusual property. It satisfies your appetite for the play, work and play lifestyle that we love. You’ve got the ability to live your dream with breathtaking views across the Coral Sea but add to that you’ve got the opportunity to build on an existing lucrative wedding business.”“It’s licensed for 160 events a year which is a lot. You could have corporate events during week, and weddings on Fridays, Saturdays or Sundays.” This is a party just waiting to happen. Location, location, location.It’s so stunning, it plays host to dream weddings throughout the year — which is why it can pay its own way. 67 hectares sell for ‘knockdown’ $2.90 sqm A chip off the Clive Palmer block Get The Courier-Mail’s real estate news direct and free to inbox More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours agoA lush subtropical paradise set to sell under the online hammer.Unsurprisingly, it’s already generating interest from potential buyers, according to Sotheby’s International Real Estate agent Carol Carter, who’s co-listed the property with PRD Nationwide’s Jacqui Wakerley.“We’ve had good enquiry (levels) on this one, I am on my way up there (today) for an inspection,” she told The Courier-Mail. The details on the ceiling are outstanding.Or you could just win lotto and decide to keep it as the ultimate party home.The property has five bedrooms, five ensuite bathrooms and four guest powder rooms as well as two kitchens — one for the family and the other a full commercial kitchen.And there’s more than enough room to build additional accommodation on site to take advantage of the stunning location.