Osijek Will Host Meet Magento Croatia 2017 Conference

Osijek Will Host Meet Magento Croatia 2017 Conference

Next year the city of Osijek will host the leading eCommerce conference on the Magento platform "Meet Magento Croatia 2017". It is the newest addition to the global family of more than 20 international Meet Magento events taking place all over the world. From United States all the way to Japan, agencies, merchants and developers gather to discuss ideas and best practices from the Magento world.

The conference will take place in hotel "Osijek" on March 17. and 18. and the host is a local eCommerce company "Inchoo", a member of a local association Osijek Software City. For the first time ever the audience will have a chance to participate in an event tailored specifically to the needs of the Croatian eCommerce market. Though it is mostly oriented on local companies, it also brings a chance for everyone in the region to get knowledge about Croatian market and opportunities. Also the participants will have a chance to learn everything they need to know about eCommerce trends and the way Magento can help their business thrive.

Meet Magento events have been organized in more than 20 countries so far. While there are local event partners that actually put everything together, it all started with a small group of enthusiasts gathered around Netresearch company based in Leipzig, who organized the first Meet Magento Germany. For the first time, #RealMagento community will have an event aimed specifically for learning, networking and sharing about Magento in Croatia. Early Bird tickets are available at 100€ until December 31. Those who want to participate can find out more at an official site.

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