SEE Data

Southeast Europe Data

Depending on the point of view, but we like it all from Istanbul to Ljubljana.

Current platform capacity in Slovenia, Croatia & Serbia:

 PDF download of the SEE cluster data with sources

Note that we just search, research & build the data set, rather than making any claims to their representation or appropriateness. We do think though that individually they may serve as guides to further research & analysis, and jointly represent a good enough rough indicator of how a certain country or cluster stands comparatively. If you need the raw XLS data file or specific further analysis, please do write us with a genuine interest in Emerging Market Data.

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Slovenian PM supporting the FL

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rooster turkey grievances…

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  • The Singapore model: What CEE and the world can learn
    on May 29, 2024

    By adapting elements of the Singapore model to their own contexts, CEE countries can achieve sustainable development, foster inclusive growth, and improve the well-being of their citizens. The story of Singapore’s remarkable transformation from a small, resource-poor island into a global economic powerhouse offers valuable lessons for countries around the world. In a few words, the key The Singapore model: What CEE and the world can learn was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • GR8 Tech named Rising Star Provider of the Year 
    on May 29, 2024

    GR8 Tech, an iGaming provider rapidly gaining a foothold in the industry with high-performance solutions for operators, has been named the Rising Star Provider of the Year by the AffPapa iGaming Awards.   Winning this prestigious award, which recognises the industry’s most outstanding game-changers, is a major milestone for GR8 Tech. It highlights the exceptional quality GR8 Tech named Rising Star Provider of the Year  was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Digital transformation: Common challenges and how to overcome them 
    on May 29, 2024

    Digital transformation isn’t a one-time project or update. It’s an ongoing process of improvement, adaptation, and discovery. Transforming the digital infrastructure of your business is essential for competitiveness in every industry, but it’s not without growing pains. When business leaders move toward digital transformation, they often meet with resistance. Some of the most common obstacles Digital transformation: Common challenges and how to overcome them  was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Boomerang Partners wins Marketing of the Year at AffPapa iGaming Awards 2024 
    on May 28, 2024

    Boomerang Partners was nominated in three prestigious categories at the AffPapa Awards 2024, taking home the esteemed Marketing of the Year award. The AffPapa award ceremony, held on the evening of May 27 in Malaga, Spain, during the iGaming Club Conference, saw Boomerang Partners nominated in three categories: Affiliate Programme of the Year, Marketing of Boomerang Partners wins Marketing of the Year at AffPapa iGaming Awards 2024  was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Governments that are reluctant to embrace climate objectives place the energy transition in jeopardy
    on May 28, 2024

    The upcoming Hungarian and Polish European Council presidencies present emerging Europe with a chance to set a climate neutral agenda—but it remains to be seen if the governments of the two countries will make the most of the opportunity. New analysis shows that a combination of regulatory and market-based instruments, together with financial and other Governments that are reluctant to embrace climate objectives place the energy transition in jeopardy was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • From Lithuania, battlefield-tested advanced swarm technology
    on May 27, 2024

    For investors, deterrence and defence have become a theme of the year, demonstrated by a major new investment in a Lithuanian defence tech firm. More confirmation that defence tech in the Baltics is an increasingly sound investment. On May 24, Unmanned Defence Systems (UDS), a Lithuanian defence and dual-use technology company, announced that it had From Lithuania, battlefield-tested advanced swarm technology was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Digital transformation: How do we get there? 
    on May 27, 2024

    In any business sector, digital transformation is a complex, multifaceted journey. It will change your business processes, how you interact with customers, and your company culture. If digital transformation’s benefits sound pretty appealing, you’re probably wondering, “How do we get there?”  Digital transformation of your business isn’t a radical overnight switch. Like all decisions, it’s Digital transformation: How do we get there?  was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • The first steps towards digital healthcare in Southeast Europe
    on May 27, 2024

    Digital health technologies have the potential to play a transformative role in dealing with the key healthcare challenges of both today and tomorrow. The future of healthcare is critical for humanity. Over the next few decades, healthcare is going to face several major challenges which need to be understood and closely monitored, from an ageing The first steps towards digital healthcare in Southeast Europe was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • The last word: A new military alliance could help defuse tensions in Asia 
    on May 26, 2024

    The 2024 K.E.Y Platform offers a solution to balance power and ambitions in the Pacific. China has just ended two days of war games around Taiwan in which it simulated attacks with bombers and practised boarding ships. The ‘Joint Sword – 2024′” exercises were launched three days after Lai Ching-te, the man Beijing calls a The last word: A new military alliance could help defuse tensions in Asia  was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Moldova seeks global recognition for its underground world
    on May 25, 2024

    As Moldova strives for UNESCO World Heritage Site recognition for its vast wine cellars, a journey begins to immortalise their history. Moldova’s extensive wine cellars in Cricova and Mileștii Mici, stretching hundreds of kilometres and housing millions of bottles, captivate tourists who traverse the tunnels in small train-like vehicles. But there’s an important story that visitors Moldova seeks global recognition for its underground world was originally published on Emerging Europe.

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Croatia overview

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Rough map of the extent of the Pannonian Sea

Pannonian Sea

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