Let us remind you that not so long ago in 2017, Carwiz established itself in Croatia in a very short period of time as an equal market player and over time a leader who expanded its business to the European, African, Asian and American markets in just one year. Based on current indicators, there is no reason to doubt that global expansion and strengthening of the position will not continue in the new 2020 year. In addition to the franchise countries in Carwiz, they also manage thirteen branches in Croatia, and in order for everything to be ideally harmonized, they take care of Ivan Ažić, Director of Development and Željko Županić, director of logistics together with colleagues who work every day to improve the service. Dobrilović has repeatedly emphasized that all teams and employees are responsible for the growth of Carwiz, but he especially emphasizes his closest team. Sales Director Borko Ribić, who manages sales in twenty countries, advises franchise managers who care about existing franchise partners and negotiate with potential ones. “Traveling the world and seeing my brand in almost every corner is something I had hoped for and aspired to, but achieving such global success in just one year is more than a vision of one man, for me it is a product of togetherness, a clear goal and the highest level of team motivation.”, Admits Krešimir Dobrilović. Realized strategic goals in Carwiz rent a car, along with revenue growth and market dominance, once again showed that knowledge, perseverance and vision form the formula for success, namely the success of an incredible 55 million kilometers, which represents 1.400 laps around the planet with Carwiz vehicles. Photo: Carwiz Presence in as many as twenty countries, from Greece and Iceland, through Ireland, Turkey, Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Portugal, all the way to the Baltic countries, Morocco, the Caribbean and two branches in the United States is unique success. Although it is the end of the year, Carwiz is working full steam ahead, so franchise managers are negotiating with potential partners from New York, Canada and Austria, while intensive preparations are underway for appearances at international fairs in Istanbul, Berlin and the International Car Rental Show. in Las Vegas to be held in early 2020. In negotiations with potential partners from New York, Canada and Austria Caring for the image and reputation of the Carwiz brand, nurturing internal and external communication and other marketing activities in as many as twenty countries with his team is led by the director of marketing, Barbara Mrkić. Four continents, twenty countries, more than fifty cities, over sixty branches, 55 million kilometers and 10.000 vehicles – this is the summary of last year’s Croatian rent-a-car, which successfully marketed its business model around the world. “We continuously analyze market events, set goals and raise quality, which resulted in 54% more rent compared to last year and 74% higher revenue than last year, which is why I can say that I am more than proud of my team.” Dobrilovic added.
Jaswantsinh Bhabhor: The 49-year-old parliamentarian fromJaswantsinh Bhabhor: The 49-year-old parliamentarian from Dahod is a popular tribal leader of central Gujarat known for an impeccable image, low-key style and accessible nature.Before entering into politics in mid 90s, Bhabhor served as a teacher in government school. His father Sumanbhai Bhabhor was also in BJP but could not win any Assembly poll.Born in August 1966, Bhabhor became an MLA for the first time in 1995.Between 1995 and 2012, he won five Assembly elections from Limkheda seat of Dahod. In 2014, he snatched the Dahod Lok Sabha seat from Congress by defeating sitting Congress MP Prabha Taviyad, who had won with a huge margin in 2009.Bhabhor served as deputy minister of Food & Civil Supply between 1999 and 2001 in Gujarat government. In the subsequent BJP-led governments here, he served as minister of state for health and family welfare, forests and environment tribal development, rural development, panchayats and labour and employment during different periods till 2012.Bhabhor developed a good rapport with top brass, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel.He is considered as a low-profile leader, who is known for remaining in touch with grassroot workers. Instead of organising major functions, Bhabhor prefers to have an informal chat with party workers and villagers.He is generally considered as an accessible leader and hardly misses any family function of his party workers, a trait which has made him popular not just among the workers, but also among the masses.Mansukh Mandaviya: The 44-year-old is apparently being groomed by the BJP as the “next generation leader” from the Patel community in Gujarat.advertisementHe was a student leader of ABVP and was elected as an MLA in the Gujarat Assembly in 2002.In 2012, he was elected to the Rajya Sabha from Gujarat, where he had been member of Committee on Petroleum and Natural Gas, National Welfare Board for Seafarers and also Member of a Committee on Chemicals and Fertilizers.From May 2015 onwards, he was Member, Select Committee of Rajya Sabha on the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill, 2013.He has also served as a spokesperson of Gujarat BJP and is a party state executive member.His induction comes at a time when BJP is facing Patel quota stir in Gujarat.C R Chaudhary: The 68-year-old Nagaur MP is a Jat leader from Rajasthan.Born in Dhandhlas village in Nagaur, he was an officer of Rajasthan Administrative Service before joining politics.Chaudhary became member and later Chairman of the Rajasthan Public Service Commission.He is also an honrary Chairman of Veer Teja Mahila Shiksahn and Shodh Sansthan Marwar-Mundwa in Nagaur. PTIPTI PJT PD SDA SKC RT