The Croatian Chamber of Commerce (HGK) made an analysis “Simulation of food and beverage consumption in August” according to which the potential amount of foreign tourist consumption of food and beverages outside the accommodation facility is about 2,4 times higher than the consumption of the domicile population.It is important to assess the preferences of tourists, so that interested parts of our economy can direct consumption (in the case discussed in this paper – the segment of food and beverage consumption) and in those segments where Croatia has competitive production (eg food industry), which would further stimulated economic recovery point out from the Croatian Chamber of Commerce.”According to the estimates of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, the potential amount of foreign tourist spending on food and beverages outside the accommodation facility is about 2,4 times higher than the consumption of the domicile resident. Thus, in the Split-Dalmatia County, which expects a 38% increase in population in August under the influence of tourist arrivals and overnight stays, the expected potential for food and beverage consumption for that month is almost 3 times higher, while in the Istria County, which expects population growth of about 123 %, the consumption potential for August is almost 5 times higher than in the off-season. When we talk about important tourist cities, Nin and Medulin stand out. Nin is expected to have a population increase of 461% and 13 times higher consumption compared to off-season consumption. In Medulin, population growth is expected to be 447% and consumption 13 times higher. ” HGK President Luka Burilović said.See a very useful and important analysis on the simulation of food and beverage consumption in the attachment.Side dish: HGK analysis – Simulation of food and beverage consumption in August
Jack Gould, 24, is looking at profit of $490,000 on his current developments. Picture: Jono Searle.“At the moment I am doing $5.98m worth of developments in Brisbane with an projected profit share of $1.02m. From this I will be earning a projected $490,000 and I also have two investment properties and live in a waterfront penthouse,” he said. “I do this fulltime now and I am doing all of this with none of my own money. I also just finished writing a book about how I overcame drug addiction to run my own successful business.”Ms Cooper said they were in a privileged position.“It’s pretty good,” she said. “Not many 20-year-olds can say that. It’s an amazing vehicle to get you where you want to be.”She now plans to take three months off to work in a summer camp in the US.“It’s something I’ve always wanted to do,” she said, “then come back and look at my next property.”Her advice to other millennials was to ignore the naysayers: “Don’t let all the negative comments get to you … Just educate yourself. Money is easy to get. Learn from people who have done it. Don’t listen to people who haven’t done it.” More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours agoNaomi Cooper on site in Shailer Park – her first development project. Picture: Jono Searle.“The biggest eye-opener is just how accessible property is,” she said. “There are so many people complaining about how hard it is to get into the property market but the issue isn’t their age or money, the issue is their knowledge and education.”She said the program showed her how it was possible to use other people’s money and work around common ways people get into property. “I go to someone who has a lot of money and say you have money but don’t have time, invest and I’ll give a 20 per cent return and split the profit 50-50.”Mr Gould, who’s writing a book about his experiences and speaks at school assemblies about property, said his goal was to earn $1m next financial year. Naomi Cooper, who’s looking at profit of $90,000 on her first renovation project, and Jack Gould, 24, who’s looking at profit of $490,000 on his current developments. Picture: Jono Searle.A 90-SECOND pitch will land a 20-year-old developer $90,000 today, part of a program that’s changing Gen Y lives by making them property moguls.Naomi Cooper, 20, and Jack Gould, 24, were part of a 26-week intensive program called The Property Games, which teaches Gen Y participants how to succeed in property development and helps them tee up with investors to do so.Ms Cooper will today accept a profit cut of over $90,000 for a Shailer Park development, while Mr Gould has several Brisbane properties under construction where his profit will be $490,000.Property Games co-founder and chief executive of the Future Housing Taskforce Kevin Doodney said the program started after a debate over why millennials were not getting into property development – which he argued was matter of education.“I said you can select any kid from Australia from 18 to 22 and we could teach them to be good developers for rest of their lives, the only thing that separates them is ability and confidence. If we can teach them all those things in 26 weeks, they can be successful in property.”Seven were selected off 90-second video pitches made to judges – from Geelong to Sunshine Coast, Tasmania and Charters Towers.“We knew nothing (about them) other than their pitches,” Mr Doodney said. “Last year one was a junkie, and he’s completely reformed now. They had no money and no jobs at the time.”.Ms Cooper subdivided and developed a Hester Street property in Shailer Park, where her joint venture partner put up the initial property at about $550,000, with a deal to split the profits 50-50. Some of her biggest costs were over $33,000 for concreting, renovation of over $28,000, over $16,000 in earthworks, over $16,000 for council works, close to $16,000 in bank interest, and over $10,000 in engineering.
Liverpool have put all contract talks and recruitment plans on hold amid the coronavirus crisis Read Also: Klopp tells pals Liverpool will be last club job Similar sentiments apply to negotiating deals with any members of the current playing staff. Liverpool completed a raft of contract extensions over the last 12 months, including new deals for Klopp and James Milner in December, but a pressing issue has been the future of Gini Wijnaldum. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Liverpool have put all contract talks and recruitment plans on hold due to the ongoing uncertainty around the coronavirus pandemic. The Premier League leaders have been heavily linked with RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner and there have been persistent reports about the Germany international having a £51million release clause that had to be activated by a certain date in April. Any ambitions Timo Werner has of moving to Liverpool will have to be placed on hold Werner is hugely admired by Liverpool and he has spoken favourably on a number of occasions in recent months about their team – and manager Jurgen Klopp – but any ambitions he has of securing a move to England will have to be placed on hold. With no indication as to what will happen with the summer transfer window and the ongoing insecurities, Liverpool are not actively working on any deals to bolster and refresh their squad – and will only resume once there is clarity.Advertisement Loading… Promoted Content10 Legendary Historical Movies You Should See6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TruePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?These TV Characters Proved That Any 2 People Can Bury The Hatchet7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Addictive And Fun Coffee FactsWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?World’s Most Delicious FoodsBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made