The Helena Smokrović Institution for Health Care and Rehabilitation from Rijeka and Jadran-Galenski laboratorij dd, also from Rijeka, became new members. The Kvarner Health Tourism Cluster has published B2C brochures in English and German. The brochure lists health and dental clinics, tourist boards, educational institutions, travel agencies and hotels, and aims to promote all partners within the Cluster, as well as to promote a destination (although additional information on tourism facilities is missing) that offers a complete health tourism product. You can download the brochures in the attachment. The second week (November 12 and 13) will be held for the eighth time in a row Crikvenica International Health Tourism Conference, and for the first time virtually with English speakers. It is the largest regional conference on health tourism, which will again bring together world-renowned experts in the field of health, tourism, marketing and education. The Kvarner Health Tourism Cluster brings together members from the medical, tourism and university sectors and related services with the aim of creating a recognizable and competitive health tourism product at the local and international level. Kvarner health Tourism guide / Health & Holidays at a place Also, it is good to emphasize that the cluster website, in addition to the Croatian language, provides information in English, German, Russian and Italian. Kvarner health TOURISM CLUSTER / Health & Holiday all in one place The membership of the Cluster has expanded and now has 32 members Attachment: Kvarner Health Tourism Cluster – B2C brochures in English and German Photo: Kvarner Health Tourism Cluster / Illustration: HrTurizam.hr
(REUTERS) – Enrique Sanz, the former general secretary of North American soccer’s governing body CONCACAF, has been banned from any football-related activity for life after being found guilty of bribery, FIFA said yesterday.Sanz was found guilty of negotiating bribes in competitions organised by FIFA, CONCACAF, the Caribbean Football Union and the South American Football Confederation between 2012 and 2015.“The adjudicatory chamber of the independent Ethics Committee has found Mr Enrique Sanz guilty of bribery in violation of the FIFA Code of Ethics,” FIFA said in a statement.Sanz was fired in 2015 following an FBI investigation into corruption allegations at FIFA. His predecessor Chuck Blazer, who held the position from 1990 until 2011, was banned from football for life by FIFA after he was indicted and pleaded guilty to charges including accepting bribes and kickbacks.Sanz was also fined 100 000 Swiss francs (£81,944.92) by the world soccer governing body.