The year was marked by important business fairs, professional events and seminars that are considered as a good company’s practice for many years. More than two hundred visitors from more than one hundred companies visited the Open Door Day held in April in Zagreb. With all-day variety of bakery and pastry production made by domestic and foreign producers of raw materials, the visitor’s attention was also attracted by the bakery champion, Jimmy Griffin from Ireland, who presented some of his most popular products produced according to the traditional family recipes based on sour dough.
Two professional seminars entitled “Easter in Vienna” and “Christmas in the Swiss way” were organized in cooperation with the Richemont Club of Croatia. Masters of bakery and confectionary, the president of the Austrian Richemont Club Hubert Fischl and the president of the Swiss Richemont Club, Francois Wolfisberg shared quality information about the traditional holiday products, recipes and technological processes of their countries during all-day practical demonstrations.
At the end of September, TIM ZIP performed for the third time as an exhibitor at the IBA Münich fair, the largest and the most famous international bakery and pastry fair.
The end of the year was marked by the second exhibition of TIM ZIP at the Gulfood Manufacturing fair in Dubai that is one of the world’s largest and most influential trade show for the food processing and manufacturing sector.