The increase in revenue was accompanied by an increase in the number of employees of 10% compared to last year. ”We have long planned that in the global tourism environment, our focus is on successful business for all twelve months or the entire tourist year. This requires us to constantly change and innovate as well as constantly adopt new knowledge and skills. The bar that the modern guest puts in front of us is getting higher, and our success is measured by their satisfaction and ability to successfully overcome new challenges. ”, concluded Žgomba. BORIS ŽGOMBA, UNILINE: THE PERIOD OF HYPER DEMAND FOR CROATIA HAS PASSED, BUT IT IS NOT TIME TO WAIT BUT FOR CONCRETE AND PROMOTIONAL ACTION According to the unaudited financial report for 2018, the leading Croatian tour operator Uniline achieved a record total revenue of HRK 414 million, an increase of 10,5% compared to 2017 and an increase in profit of as much as 15%. Uniline sees the sources of further growth in total revenue and profit in the intensification of activities in traditional European emitting markets and the further dynamization of sales in distant markets such as Korean and Chinese, and the development of tourism of special interests such as sports and health tourism. Focus on the whole tourist year “We have successfully overcome the high set scale of further business growth in 2018. Our multi-year trend of double-digit growth in total revenue and profit has continued, which provides us with a solid foundation to start ambitiously in 2019 in an atmosphere of turbulent trends in international tourism trends of supply and demand and increasingly competitive competition for each guest”, Said Boris Žgomba, President of the Management Board and co-owner of Uniline. RELATED NEWS: The ultimate goal of all these activities, especially in sports tourism, which is in the phase of expansive development, is to use the available sports and accompanying receptive infrastructure as well as natural resources to increase business in the period outside the main tourist season. This, along with the promotion of Croatia as a destination, is one of the main goals of the Croatian Country of Sport project, which Uniline launched last year in cooperation with the Croatian Olympic Committee, of which it is also the official travel agency. It is significant that the growth of business in 2018 compared to the previous one was recorded by Uniline companies in the region – Uniline Celje in Slovenia, Uniline Plus in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Uniline Experience in Serbia, which further strengthened Uniline’s positioning as a leading destination management company in the Southeast region. Europe. In 2018, Uniline reached a total revenue of HRK 414 million, recording revenue growth of 10,5% and profit of as much as 15%, with last year’s significant investments in a new business headquarters in Pula, a new office in Zagreb and innovative integrated company software to raise efficiency and unified business management. Special emphasis in the past year was on the more intensive performance and sales activities in the tourist market of South America, from where Uniline has an increasing number of guests.