Dogus Group looking into new business opportunities in Croatia

Dogus Group, one of most successful conglomerates in Turkey, is currently focused on transforming the former Zadar-based factory Maraska into a luxury hotel, but it is also looking into other business development opportunities and the sector the group is particularly interested in in shipbuilding, said Burak Baykan, the Group's regional director for Croatia and Montenegro.

Earlier this week in Zadar, Baykan briefed the press about some of the plans and expectations Dogus Group has of its business activities in Croatia.

Baykan also presented the project of turning the Maraska factory into Hyatt's first hotel in Crotia which will also include residential and commercial facilities and which is scheduled to be opened in spring 2019.

The project is worth approximately 100 million euros.

Last update: Sat, 24/09/2016 - 11:13
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