What happened to Croatia’s biggest tech startup?

Posted August 14, 2018 06:01:13Croatia is a former Yugoslav republic with a small but growing population.

But the country has been struggling with high unemployment and corruption for years.

Now, it is looking to become a major tech hub, as it seeks to compete with countries such as India and China for talent.

In fact, in 2017, the government invested $1.2 billion in its tech sector, which is still growing but is struggling to stay afloat.

The government, however, has failed to take action on the country’s biggest problem: unemployment.

While unemployment has remained stubbornly high in the country, the economy has stagnated.

Inflation has also continued to rise.

The main source of this problem is the inefficient state-owned energy company, RTR.

RTR has struggled to pay its workers, and the country continues to face a debt crisis.

With this economic crisis, the Serbian government started to make some investments in the IT sector in late 2017.

According to Business Insider, Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic announced that the government had begun a project to invest in Croatia’s biggest technology startup, Skrk.

In an interview with Tech Insider, Skrsky’s CEO, Pavel Tkacic, said that the company was working with the Serbian Prime Ministry to develop a new investment plan.

But after several months, it seems that the investment was not realized.

Business Insider reports that Skrsk’s CEO told Business Insider that his company has not received any money from the Serbian Government, which could be the reason why he believes that the project has not yet been implemented.

This is not the first time that Skrksky has been delayed.

In 2017, Skrnksky announced that it was going to lay off 40% of its workforce.

Since then, the company has been working to raise $2.5 million from a number of investors, and hopes to bring its company to profitability.

However, there is a significant gap between the two, and this may be one of the main reasons why the company is not profitable.

Skrkski, the first-of-its-kind software company in Croatia, was founded in 2016 by two men, Vasil Jankovic and Janina Šukaric.

The company was initially designed to be a platform for Croatian entrepreneurs and was initially supposed to be ready by 2020.

However in April 2017, Šakaric resigned after being involved in a controversy with the company’s CEO.

Since that time, Skrlksky, with its founder, has struggled with a lack of financing.

The founder of Skrsksky and the company, Vojislav Maksimovic, has been unable to secure funding for his company from any major European investor.

With Skrskin’s founder, Maksic, facing a lack in funding, the project is not yet profitable, Skruksky’s founder has not been able to raise any additional capital.

In fact, Skrgosky’s current business model, which relies on crowdfunding, has already lost almost all of its funding.

The company has also been hit by a lack a timely payment to the workers.

According a report by Business Insider in March, Skrcsky’s workers were only paid in September.

The employees received the same payment they had received last year, which had been delayed by two months.

Skrrsky told Business Insights that it is working on a solution to this problem.

But according to BusinessInsights, this solution has yet to be announced.

Skrsky is also facing a major debt problem, with Skrski’s debt ballooning to nearly $150 million.

According the company it owes around $5.4 million, which has not improved in two years.

This is because the company does not have a viable plan to pay back the debt.

BusinessInsight also reports that the loan amount is much higher than the company expected to get from its investors.

Skrsklys debt is estimated at $1 billion.

Skrwksky is still struggling to pay the debt off.