“The borders are there to move. And we have shown it so far, we will show it in the future, ”Said Boris Žgomba, co-owner and President of the Management Board of Uniline, in front of the gathered guests and business partners during the opening of the new business headquarters in Pula.It is a new functional workspace with a total area of 2500 m2 on 5 floors and offices on the principle of open space and a spacious parking lot, and the entire investment amounts to 16 million kuna. What is certainly significant for Uniline is that for the first time all departments and services have been united and integrated, which enhances, accelerates, but also rationalizes the current company business, which has so far been scattered in several offices in Pula.The entire preparation, construction and equipping of the new Uniline business headquarters took less than a year and a half, and the construction itself a little more than eight months. The new building has 5 conference halls and a special space for employees to relax, and it accommodates about 150 workers. “We have come a really long way – from 1996 and two offices in the Pula hotel Riviera to today’s modern and sophisticated business building and learned and applied a lot. What we have learned first is that we must constantly and permanently listen to the needs of our guests and design and deliver our tourism products accordingly. Therefore, the opening of the new headquarters symbolically marks our entry into a new development dimension, which means that we have decided on a new company vision, mission and brand idea. ” Žgomba points out. New business philosophy – Emotions We Share The new building represents a new milestone for Uniline and they are embarking on new business challenges with a new business philosophy and a new brand – Emotions We Share. “Everything stems from a new environment in which modern 21st century companies can only operate successfully if they have their own content, which means attractive, inspiring and special tourist experiences. Therefore, we position ourselves as a leading content travel company in designing and offering innovative experiences in Southeast Europe. As part of the new mission, we want to create them together with our clients and business partners in a sustainable environment. From this came a new brand idea: Emotions We Share! In short, our focus is on modern guests of the 21st century, who are looking for an empathetic, emotional and dynamic relationship and approach and experiences in the form of credible stories. ” concluded Zgomba.By the way, Uniline is the leading Croatian tour operator and the seventh largest company in the Croatian tourism sector in terms of total annual revenue, and today it employs more than 200 employees with an average age of 28,5 years. Uniline operates in Croatia and the countries of the region, but also in distant Asian markets, such as Shanghai in China and Seoul in South Korea, while the company’s services are used by 380 guests a year.
He said: “I didn’t think we deserved to lose the game, but we didn’t do enough to win it. We had enough of the ball, we had good movement in front of the ball, we just lacked maybe that wee bit of creativity and invention in the final third of the field. “Anything we had to deal with until the goal, we dealt well with defensively, there were no real issues. But we made a mistake and the mistake, unfortunately, has cost us the game and that’s the biggest disappointment of it all.” Rodgers, however, was unhappy that referee Andre Marriner only booked Sissoko for a second-half challenge on Joe Allen when he felt a red card was the only option. He said: “The only one I have seen was Sissoko’s challenge on Joe Allen where he should have been sent off, if you watch that again. “That was the only challenge I thought that probably looked not as bad at the time, but when you see it again, it was a bad challenge.” While Pardew can enjoy another week on the training ground – albeit without midfielder Gabriel Obertan, who suffered a serious thigh injury – Rodgers faces the task of raising spirits for Tuesday night’s daunting Champions League trip to Real Madrid. He said: “We have worked very hard for a couple of years to get to this level and playing against Real Madrid in the Bernabeu says we’ve been doing okay. “We are in a transitional phase and have to do better. It’s a wonderful game for us. It is a big week against the best in the world at the moment. We will go into the game hoping to get something out of it.” Pardew said: “It is Halloween! Bobby Robson had some dark days here, don’t worry about that. If you are Newcastle manager, it is not all gin and tonics and aperitifs. There will be rough days. “I always knew, and I kept saying it, that we have good spirit and good talent. I am not saying I saw the wins coming, but I knew there was talent. “Our fans are brilliant. It will be fantastic in the town tonight – I might even go in myself, the first time for a while. “That is what this city is about. It breathes and loves football. When it does not go well, they let you know, and when it is going well, they let you know. You take the good with the bad.” Pardew, who celebrates four years in the job next month, sent out his team brimming with confidence after victories over Leicester, Tottenham and Manchester City. And while it was a commendable defensive solidity which limited the visitors, for whom Mario Balotelli and Raheem Sterling were largely anonymous, it was Newcastle who found the cutting edge. There were 17 minutes remaining when the once again impressive Moussa Sissoko played a one-two with full-back Paul Dummett before sending in a low cross which was cut out by Alberto Moreno, but swiftly dispatched into the back of the net by Perez. It would have been 2-0 four minutes later had Liverpool keeper Simon Mignolet not managed to keep out Remy Cabella’s goal-bound effort with his foot and Newcastle emerged as deserved winners, although not in the view of Reds boss Brendan Rodgers. The 53-year-old, who has come under intense pressure from disaffected fans in recent weeks, saw striker Ayoze Perez come off the bench to fire the Magpies to a 1-0 win at St James’ Park, their third on a trot in the league inside a morale-boosting fortnight. He wore a broad smile at the final whistle as one fan dressed as a skeleton paraded around the stand behind him holding a placard which said, “Pardew, back from the dead”. Alan Pardew was in good enough spirits to consider a rare night out among Newcastle fans after guiding them to a fourth successive victory as Liverpool became their latest victims. Press Association
The Guyana Amazon Warriors were among those awarded for their extraordinary performance at the float parade to mark Guyana’s 50th independence anniversary.In a night of high achievements, the Amazon Warriors topped their group in the category of large Semi-Costume designed by Jermaine Broomes.With rags, flags and heavy rhythm, those on the Amazon Warriors truck gained loud cheers and support from the gyrating revelers, as the truck drove along the parade route.Some of the winners including Amazon Warriors representative (second from right)Faye Smartt-Scott with their trophiesChristopher Barnwell, Paul Wintz, Stephen Jacobs, Devendra Bishoo, Veerasammy Permaul, Assad Fudadin, Anthony Bramble and Coach Roger Harper, were among those who gyrated with the Warriors in the parade.The awards ceremony was hosted by the National Commemoration Commission under the Education Ministry’s Department of Culture, Youth and Sport, at the National Cultural Centre on Friday evening.Present at the event were Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo, Minister within the Finance Ministry Jaipaul Sharma and Minster within the Ministry of Education Nicolette Henry, who played an integral part in the Jubilee celebrations.Delivering remarks at the event, Minister Henry highlighted the impact the celebrations had, not only locals, but the vast number of people who travelled to Guyana’s shores to be a part of Guyana’s 50th independence anniversary.Palm Court representative Lisa Lewis receiving the 1st prize for best decorative business place from Minister of Culture Nicolette HenryMinister Henry also thanked Television Guyana, Channel 28 (TVG) and the National Communications Network (NCN) for their integral role in bringing the celebrations into the homes of thousands who could not join in the float parade on the streets of Georgetown.Digicel was outstanding in the competition, winning two first places including the first place for the best commercial float.Among the big winners was Region Six, copping the full costume prize, as well as the Ministries of Public Health and Natural Resources.Bank of Guyana also walked away with the special 50th Golden Jubilee award for their creativity and illumination. Schools such as the Sophia Special School, business hubs such as Palm Court and individuals such as Alexander Bell were all winners for their creativity and décor of their buildings.The designers claimed their prizes as well, with designer Neilson Nurse winning the Designer of the Year award and Olympia Small-Sonaram, designer of both Digicel’s top prizes.Meanwhile, the Amazon Warriors will come out under new Captain, New Zealand’s destructive top order batsman Martin Guptil, who has been with the Amazon Warriors since the inaugural tournament in 2013.The Amazon Warriors will be hosting the inaugural winners Jamaica Tallawahs on July 7 (19:00h), the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots (12:ooh noon), defending champions Trinbago Knight Riders (19:00h) and the St Lucia Zouks (19:00h) at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence, East Bank Demerara.