Excellent news for one innovative Croatian company as the European Commission gives them an official nod of approval.
Croatian companies and startups are popping up left, right, and centre. Amid all the negative news, success does exist in this country, and often in very large doses, especially when it comes to ingenuity and thinking on your feet. The European Commission has offered a very welcome green light to one such Zagreb-based company, Algebra LAB.
As Marta Duic/Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 24th of September, 2018, Croatia’s Algebra LAB is currently receiving startup applications for the eleventh generation of the four-month-long incubator/acceleration program.
Algebra LAB, the Algebra development and research centre from Zagreb, has managed to pass through the final round of the European Commission’s evaluation, and has now been listed, among its peers, as a fully operational European Union digital innovation centre, otherwise one of just two such centres in the Republic of Croatia.
In other words, Algebra LAB can now offer a full range of its expert services to small, medium, and because of its consultancy component, large companies.
Otherwise, the Digital Innovation Hubs project was launched by the European Commission with the aim of motivating entrepreneurship and the economy to better connect with development and research centres which can further help them develop innovative products and services.