JADE May Meeting last call for participants – join us in Zagreb

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JADE May Meeting is a event within the JADE network that consists out of 280 Junior Enterprises in 14 countries with 20,000 students. This even will take place in  from 26th of May until 29th of May 2016 in Zagreb School of Economics and Management.
The organiser of the event is NEXT Junior Enterprise, a student association which offers consulting services to its clients. In the first one and a half year, we carried out 24 projects for the domestic and foreign market and we are also the first and only certificated Junior Enterprise in Croatia.
Many prestige companies like Deloitte, Rimac Cars, Croatia Postal bank and other are coming to the event to hold interesting and challenging workshops from which students around Europe can benefit from. Also one of the goals of JADE May Meeting this time, is to bring the Junior Enterprise conecept closer to students who are not part of the network and to stimulate the positive entrepreneurial climate in Croatia.

For more information, you can go to our website, our facebook event or contact us on next@zsem.hr.

We are looking forward seeing you in Zagreb!

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