On Thursday, November 27, in Osijek was held first ICT Summit organized by the Ministry of Economy in cooperation with CEA – ICT Association and Competitiveness Cluster for the ICT industry.
According to the legal regulations (Article 464 Capital Market Low), Ericsson Nikola Tesla d.d. (hereinafter: the Company) hereby announces that the Company Director, Gordana Kovačević released on November 25, 2014 100 shares of Ericsson Nikola Tesla d.d., of the total nominal value of HRK 10,000. The shares represent 0.008% of the share capital of the Company and provide 0.008% votes at the Annual General Meeting.
Ericsson Nikola Tesla d.d. („the Company“) with headquarter in Zagreb, Krapinska 45, hereby notify that on Nov 25, 2014, it has acquired 100 own shares which represent 0.008% of the Company's share capital.
Ericsson Nikola Tesla celebrates its 65 years of successful and socially responsible business by donating one million kuna for rebuilding the medical clinic in Gunja, which was completely destroyed in this years’ spring flood. During the ceremony, which was attended by Ivo Josipović, President of the Republic of Croatia, Branko Grčić, Deputy Prime Minister, Anka Mrak Taritaš, Minister of Construcion and Physical Planning, Vedran Mornar, Minister of Science, Education and Sports, Sandra Švaljek, Mayor’s Deputy from the City of Zagreb, and more than one hundred other people, including buyers, business partners and distinguished persons from Croatia public life, MSc Gordana Kovačević, president of the Company, presented the keys of the rebuild medical clinic in Gunja to Luca Lešić, the principal of the community health center. With this, the employees of the Company have once more, along with innovativeness and professionalism, shown responsibility towards the community, which they work in.
Ericsson Nikola Tesla, by presenting a range of various activities, among which we especially highlight Innovation Days and the humanitarian action “Rebuilding by Knowledge“, celebrates 65 years of successful and socially responsible business performance. The final event takes place on November 27, at the Company premises, under the auspices of the President of the Republic of Croatia, Ivo Josipović. Apart from President Josipović, the event will also be attended by a hundred guests, representatives of socio-political and economic life, as well as the customers and partners from Croatia and abroad.
At the ceremony marking the Day of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, best students are regularly honored, often with the support of leading Croatian companies.
The Swiss ICERTIAS has recently conducted a public opinion poll in Croatia which demonstrated that Croatian citizens are very happy with the innovative paperless prescription service. The e-Prescription service was implemented into the Croatian healthcare system by Ericsson Nikola Tesla already in 2011, which places us amongst the global leaders in this service. The service is regularly used by more than four million people. e-Prescription enables Croatian healthcare services’ users to get a digital prescription from their doctors and to collect their medication in any pharmacy in Croatia without paper.
Nine out of ten people aged six and over will have mobile phones by 2020. That is one of the most surprising predictions from the latest Ericsson Mobility Report. The report, one of the world’s leading analyses of data traffic and mobility, also sees smartphone subscriptions reaching 6.1 billion by 2020.
Ericsson Nikola Tesla d.d. („the Company“) with headquarter in Zagreb, Krapinska 45, hereby notify the disposal of 1,357 own shares, which makes 0.10% of share capital.
The study covers 9 cities worldwide-Beijing, Delhi, London, New York, Paris, Rome, São Paulo, Stockholm and Tokyo-and explores how as citizens become smarter, so do the cities they inhabit. The report explores different concepts that will enable people to take a more proactive and participatory role in city life, from digital health monitoring to interactive road navigation and social bike and car sharing.