JCI Croatia is thrilled to host the 3rd annual Balkan Conference in 2019.
This year’s annual Balkan Conference, dedicated to young and starting entrepreneurs and professionals, as well as aspiring JCI leaders, will be held in Beli Manastir in beautiful eastern Croatia.
In a collaborative effort, young entrepreneurs and business professionals from seven countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Turkey and Ukraine are organizing an event meant to build business collaboration, exchange know-how!
During three days we will exchange business know-how, discuss important topics relating to emerging technologies and female empowerment in business, exchange JCI project best practices, provide JCI trainings, and - NETWORK!
This is the not-to-be-missed event for:
JCI - Junior Chamber International
JCI is an international non-profit organization of young active citizens age 18 to 40 who are engaged and committed to creating impact in their communities. Active citizens are individuals invested in the future of our world. JCI gathers active citizens from all sectors of society.
We develop the skills, knowledge and understanding to make informed decisions and take action. As globally minded young people, we all have rights, responsibilities and share goals. We find targeted solutions to local issues benefitting our communities, our world and our future. Embracing new ideas, collaboration and diversity, we have the passion and courage to address the critical challenges of our time.
Welcome to Baranja and its administrative center – the town of Beli Manastir.
The town grew on the southwestern slopes of Baranja Mountain, north of the city of Osijek. The name of the town comes from the Hungarian palatine Moys de Daro who built a monastery on his estate in Pél in 1227.
After the southern Baranja became part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, the town's name was changed to Beli Manastir in 1923. Today, the town has just over 10,000 inhabitants living in several districts and suburbs.
Situated between Danube River in the northeast and Drava River in southwest, the entire region of Baranja features preserved nature, wine roads, swamps, and ethno-cultural heritage that captivate visitors with the unchanged charm of the old days.
The places you’d rather be.
Hotel Patria is located in Beli Manastir and it is the only four-star hotel in the region of Baranja. It was opened in 2006 and covers an area of 5000 square meters.
A pleasant outdoor garden area, outdoor terrace with a coffee bar, Ethno Village Baranjski divani and a lake near the hotel are the main features of hotel’s exterior.
Four-star top quality accommodation facilities of Patria Hotel guarantee a pleasant stay and restful sleep. Hotel Patria has 43 luxuriously equipped double rooms and 9 suites. The rooms are designed in a way to meet the high standards of comfort and functionality.
Congress Halls of Patria Hotel are a perfect place for holding conferences, business meetings, lectures, seminars, presentations, organising various events, etc. The hotel has the multipurpose Crystal Ballroom with a capacity of up to 500 people and several smaller halls. The halls are equipped with state-of-the-art IT and audio-visual equipment.
Ethno Village ''Baranjski divani'' is located near the Patria Hotel. Its concept, design, facilities and atmosphere are really something special. Relax by the lake, take a look at an exhibition of old tools and numerous exhibits in the old barns of the early twentieth century. You can enjoy authentic gastronomic delicacies in the Ethno Baranja Restaurant.Find out more
JCI Croatia National President
Speakers & Agenda Manager
Senior Advisor / Conf. Co-Founder
From the Balkan Partnership
Outside the Balkan Partnership
Beli Manastir/Baranja Region Only
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