Large Technology Park to Open in September in Križevci

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Park is aimed at entrepreneurs and innovators across different industries.

A technology park, which involved an investment worth 34 million kuna, will start its operations in mid-September in Križevci. The Development Centre and Technology Park is a modern project implemented in an area of the former military barracks, reports on July 28, 2016.

Tihomir Hodak, director of the facility, said that Križevci needs a technological park to encourage the establishment of a large number of small private enterprises and development of the existing ones, as well as to increase the town’s revenues through the successful business operations of the companies. “Job creation will reduce the emigration from Križevci and open the opportunities for the young people to work and live in Križevci”, said Hodak.

Development Centre and Technology Park wants to be the driver of economic development in “the town, where entrepreneurship will keep going forward… and attract entrepreneurs from other places to create innovative products competitive in the world market, create jobs, establish links between educational and scientific institutions on one side and economy on the other through new development projects. It will also create a positive climate for the dynamic development of the city”, added Hodak.

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Križevci Development Centre and Technology Park will have five buildings that formerly belonged to the Stjepan Lacković Military Barracks in the centre of the town, covering an area of 8,490 square metres, and plans to become one of the largest and most modern technology parks in Croatia. The buildings are divided into modules of various sizes that small and medium-sized enterprises will be using under favourable conditions. “One module will include a research laboratory which will be led by the College of Agriculture as a research institution. Each module has a separate entrance and the possibility of connecting to the heating and cooling system. The project has provided for six different module types of varying size that can be connected depending on the technological needs of the individual user”, explained Tihomir Hodak.


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