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Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) 2016: results for Croatia

Zagreb, 18 April 2016 – The results of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) study for Croatia (for the period from 2012 until 2015) were presented in Zagreb (at the Croatian Employers Association) by Prof. Slavica Singer, member of National Competitiveness Council, Chairman of the Board committee at the Centre for Small and Medium Enterprise and Entrepreneurship (CEPOR) and President of the Croatian GEM national team. The study was carried out by CEPOR and the Faculty of Economics in Osijek.

GEM (http://www.gemconsortium.org/) is the largest international study on entrepreneurship and monitors the connection between economic development of the country and the level of entrepreneurial activity, using specially defined models. The results of the GEM study are used by governments and international institutions to develop policies for strengthening entrepreneurial capacities for economic and social development.

The presentation of the GEM results for Croatia was attended by Mr Thomas Farnell, Entrepreneurial Learning Expert and Mr Stjepan Srhoj, Programme Officer and Liaison at SEECEL.

The 2016 GEM report for Croatia is not yet publicly available, however a presentation summarising the 2016 results can be downloaded here.
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