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Napokon imamo i podcast o putovanjima – PUTOCAST

first_imgThe format, which is finally taking its place on the market more and more in Croatia, is expanding day by day through various industries. The pioneers who infected the entire business sector with this format are Saša Tenodi and Ivan Voras with a podcast Cruel Passions ( svakako velike preporuka – moja svakodnevna poslovna literatura ). As Putoholičari point out, PUTOCAST will host known and unknown travel addicts: travel addicts who are ready to share their travel anecdotes, impressions, experiences and advice, and will be welcomed by the versatile Domagoj Jakopović Ribafish who will hang out with inspiring guests two to three times. per month. It was time for someone to jump in through this great podcast format in the travel segment as well, and who else will Iva and Branko Krčmar, which are better known as Travelers, and who infected tens of thousands of passengers from Croatia with their travels. With each new trip, Slaven pushes its own borders, just as Travelers Iva and Branko decided to move them, adding PUTOCASTA with audio and video recordings and photos to make travel stories even more inspiring. After that we got a great podcast from the world of start up scene thanks to colleagues from Netokracija.hr, and our market is richer for a totally new format Business FM – prvog poslovnog internet i podcast radija. Gost u prvom izdanju PUTOCASTA bio je Slaven Škrobot – putnik koji je uzor i najbolji motivator svima koji priželjkuju putovati, ali nikako da se pokrenu. Škrobot ima 33 godine, a prije 10 godina doživio je nesreću na ljetovanju i ostao paraliziran. Ipak, tjelesni invaliditet nije ga spriječio da se pokrene, da živi svoju strast i putujući otkriva svijet te dijeli svoja iskustva s brojnim pratiteljima na blogu i društvenim mrežama. Ribafishu je otkrio koliko je kompleksna organizacija njegovih putovanja, što mu je neophodno spakirati te kako se snalazi na mjestima koja nisu prilagođena osobama s invaliditetom. Do you want a quality travel platform to connect with travelers, ie sell them your services and products? You have it. Support her, not to help them, but because you have a business interest in placing your promotional messages directly. You can follow PUTOCAST on the web and all social networks A traveler and on YouTube and podcast channels. As Travelers bring together a wide and large community of travel enthusiasts, I definitely recommend potential sponsors to be a part of their platform. Today, more than ever, the focus is on specialized, quality and authentic platforms. So don’t wait any longer than throw your ear on PUTOCAST – podcast o putovanjima i nova digitalna platforma koje će dodatno povezivati i okupljati brojne zaljubljenike u putovanja i putopisne priče. Cover photo: FB Travel addictslast_img read more

The Brisbane suburbs recording double digit home price growth

first_imgJames and Erica Dick with daughter Chloe, 3, at their home in Morningside, where house prices are rising. Picture: Peter Wallis.BRISBANE’S residential property market is weathering the coronavirus storm, flying in the face of fears house prices would plummet, new research reveals. The latest Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) quarterly market monitor reveals the median house price for the Brisbane local government area rose 1.5 per cent in the year to the end of March to $690,000, while unit prices rose 1.2 per cent annually to $420,000.Twelve suburbs outperformed the overall market, achieving double-digit house-price growth over the 12 month period.Fig Tree Pocket was a standout — the median house price in the western suburb jumped 36 per cent, followed by Milton at 34.6 per cent, Windsor with 24.5 per cent and Seven Hills with a 22 per cent increase. This six-bedroom home at 80 Cubberla St, Fig Tree Pocket, has just sold for more than $3m.The median unit price in Bulimba rose 22 per cent, followed by more than 17 per cent in Murrarie, 16 per cent in Enoggera and 15 per cent in Morningside.REIQ chief executive Antonia Mercorella said Brisbane was on track to be one of the best-performing property markets in the country over the next few years, despite the uncertainty created by the health crisis. Ms Mercorella said the Brisbane market has managed to remained stable, despite the trading restrictions during lockdown, because real estate had continued to transact on the back of the federal government’s economic reforms.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus9 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market9 hours ago“Historically Queensland’s property market has shown strong resilience during times of economic turbulence,” she said. “During the GFC, prices strengthened over the medium-term in many locations, courtesy of economic stimulus as well as low interest rates. Likewise, after the last recession and subsequent natural disasters, prices continued to firm over time — even with high unemployment. REIQ CEO Antonia Mercorella.“The illiquid nature of property as well as the proclivity for property owners and investors to hold for the long-term means this asset class can withstand short-term financial upheavals better than most, which is likely to be the situation after the pandemic. There is a reason why the adage ‘as safe as houses’ has been around for so long.”last_img read more