A few days ago the Croatian Inventors Association reported that at the British Invention Show (BIS), the UK's largest invention and innovation exhibition, held from the 19th to 22nd of October in London, six Croatian inventors and entrepreneurs won 11 medals.
Tomislav Bronzin, one of the Croatian inventors and the CEO of the Citus Company, won the main award of the show for his invention "C@N PersonRecog - Gender & Age Group Recognition Software". Apart from the main award, he also won a special certificate and a gold medal which made Bronzin the most successful exhibitor at this year’s British Invention Show.
Matej and Filip Bosnjak won a gold medal and a platinum one for their invention "A model for the welding of round objects". The invention was designed at the Technical school in Zagreb and produced by their family company E.T Industrijska Elektronika.
Gold medals were also won by Slobodan Rajic from the Telecor Zagreb Company for his ''Manhole anti-terrorist lock'' and by Tomislav Juratovac from the Pro-Hepro company for his ''Helloquent Wi-fi'' product.
Apart from medals and awards which were won in technology, a gold medal and a special award for design was won by the ''Nikel prive'' exclusive cosmetics made by the Priroda Lijeci company owned by Mirjana Brlecic, whilst Melita and Mira Mocan from the Cosmel Company received a special award and a gold medal for their ''Creamy poppy milk'' product.
The British Inventors Show (BIS) was at the Barbican Centre, in the heart of the City of London for years as a very important business event with numerous visitors and an international top-class jury.