Croatia’s first ever online course has launched with its own subscription platform.
The course offers a wide range of free, non-paid courses for all ages.
The company is currently accepting applications for its free courses, which will be available for seven months.
“Our courses are free and the whole point of our platform is to make it easier for people to get into a business,” co-founder and CEO of the Croatian site EcommerceCroatia Marcin Mladenovic said in a statement.
“For the first time in the country, we’re offering the same courses for everyone.”
The company’s platform offers a range of courses to everyone, including courses for teachers, entrepreneurs and those with disabilities.
“We want to be the most popular platform in Croatia, and we think we can achieve this by focusing on our core customer,” Mladenov said.
“In the next three months, we’ll launch an additional free course.
This one will be for entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs with disabilities and those who are looking to start their own business.”
Ecommerce Croatias free courses are being offered through a subscription service, which has a variety of courses for a range: Entrepreneurs with disabilities Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurs With Disabilities Entrepreneurs who have disabilities or are looking for more help.
“I like the idea of having the courses for anyone, anywhere, at any time,” Mledovic said.
The platform is also offering a range that offers additional courses for beginners.
“The first free course is an introduction to the business of ecommerce,” Mladovic said, “for beginners, for anyone who wants to get their foot in the door.”
The next free course, for those who already have an account, will be a business development course, which is geared towards business owners looking to get in on the action.
The third free course will be an entrepreneurship course that will be useful to anyone who has a business idea.
Mladenova said the aim of the free course was to provide people with an introduction into the business world, while also helping them build an online presence.
“All courses are aimed at people who want to get involved, but who don’t have a business experience,” he said.
Mladov said the company was offering the courses as a one-off offering and hoped the courses would attract more customers.
“It’s about offering free online courses,” he added.
“If people want to subscribe, they can do so.
They don’t need to pay for it.”
The Ecommerce Croatian website was launched in January 2017, and the company’s first online course was launched this month.
The site currently offers the courses in Croatian, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Turkish.
Mledov said his team was looking for other language options for its courses, as well as a range for the visually impaired.
“There are a lot of courses that are for those with visual impairments,” he explained.
“This is not the place to start, but if we get some more support from the community we will be able to provide more courses for that.”
The free ecommerce course will also be available in other languages. “
With our free online course, you can find the course, the tools and a course plan, and you can also follow the progress of your business.”
The free ecommerce course will also be available in other languages.
“A number of courses will be translated into Spanish, German and Portuguese,” Mlledovic said with a smile.
“But in the future, we hope to have more and more languages available.”
The Croatian website’s website has been around since 2009 and has more than 300,000 registered users.
The Croatian business site is currently the second most popular website in the region after ecommerce.com, which claims to have a global audience of 2.4 billion people.
The website is powered by the open-source Apache 2.0 programming language and has an impressive number of open-Source contributors.
The ECommerce Croatian website is available on more than 160 countries and in more than 100 languages.
The latest version of the website is 3.3.6, which was released in October 2017.
The team has been developing the Ecommerce Croatia platform for the past five years.
Ecommerce has been available on the internet for a number of years, but was only recently made available for use by businesses.
The project was created by Mladenović, Mladova and a group of developers and engineers.
“Croatians have been searching for a way to get started with online businesses for quite some time, but we have seen the success of other websites in the world,” Mheavyovic said about the success in the area.
“Now, with the help of our community, we are looking forward to sharing our platform with the world.”
To view the full statement, click here.