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The renowned U.S. magazine acknowledges the best communication programs every year and the Our Beautiful Sava project received an award in a category pertaining to the community. This is the second international acknowledgement for this project.
Coca‑Cola HBC Croatia and the company EX-Alto are organising sports, recreational and entertaining contents for all age groups at Bundek Park this Saturday and Sunday.
The “Moj bicikl” association and the City of Zagreb with support from Coca‑Cola HBC Croatia will once again mark European Mobility Week from September 16-22 this year through a series of activities aimed to promote the use of bicycles as well as healthy and active lifestyles.
Coca‑Cola Hellenic is the only Greek company to be included and the only Coke bottler which has found its place with the elite in the area of sustainability.
Announcement of a review of the best essays on the topic “The Intangible Heritage of my Homeland” and the international expert conference “Heritage and Cultural Culture, Education and Tourism Policies”.
On the new network station, a gift by Coca‑Cola HBC Croatia on the occasion of the 47th birthday of the Croatian Paralympic Committee (HPO), visitors will be able to follow the results of Paralympic athletes in London and other news.
Gifted high school students present their achievements in fields like astronomy, physics, biology, chemistry and other scientists to the famous musician.
The annual award ceremony for the world’s top communication projects and programs will be held in New York on September 14.
The amount of PET plastic bottles collected for recycling across Europe last year rose by more than six per cent to reach almost 1.5 million tonnes, according to a report commissioned by two industry bodies.
Science-talented elementary school students will study the world of natural sciences by taking part in projects in astronomy, physics, biology, chemistry and other sciences.