Rimac takes Split.
As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 21st of July, 2018, the wildly successful Croatian entrepreneur Mate Rimac has opened a Rimac Technology development office in Split.
The company will use the space temporarily until the end of 2020 when the Technological Park project should be completed within the area of the former barracks in Dračevac in Split.
Domestic knowledge will employed in order to work on valuable export products and new jobs will be on offer to Split’s residents, with budding young computer specialists having a particular advantage.
Rimac Automobili have announced that the brand new Split Development Centre will soon boast at least thirty permanently employed engineers, according to a report from HRT.
Collaboration between Mate Rimac and Split University will continue through student practice which will be attended by many students of computer and electrical engineering at the new development centre at the foot of Marjan.
As many as fifteen business owners appeared at a public call for expressions of interest for the use of the space in the future technological park in Dračevac. According to the data collected, there would be almost 1,500 employees at the new park, and thanks to this project, about 400 new jobs would be opened.