Poslovni dnevnik

Poslovni dnevnik (English: The Business Daily) is a Croatian daily business newspaper published in Zagreb. The newspaper was launched in March 2004,[2] and it claims to be "the first Croatian business daily".[3] The print edition is published five times a week (from Monday to Friday),[2] and printed on peach-colored paper, in imitation of the Financial Times.

Poslovni dnevnik
TypeDaily newspaper
(published on workdays)
Owner(s)Styria Media Group
(since March 2008)
Publisher24 sata d.o.o. [1]
FoundedMarch 2004
HeadquartersOreškovićeva 6H/1, [1]
Zagreb, Croatia

The paper also runs the poslovni.hr website, which re-published feature articles from the print edition, along with shorter breaking news items and a full overview of daily stock market indices from the Zagreb Stock Exchange and other stock exchanges from the region.

Since May 2010 Poslovni dnevnik also prints the Croatian-language edition of The International Weekly,[2] The New York Times' weekly selection of articles.[4]

The newspaper was acquired by the Austrian-based Styria Medien AG media company in March 2008,[3] one of the two biggest media groups operating in Croatia which also owns the Večernji list daily and 24sata tabloid.[5] The paper's main competitor on the Croatian market is Business.hr.

Poslovni dnevnik won several graphic design awards: for Best Typography in the 2008 European Newspaper Awards,[6] and in 2009 for Best Front Page in the national newspaper category, for two front pages published in May 2009.[7]

See also

  • Business.hr (the only other business daily published in Croatia, established in 2005)
  • Privredni vjesnik (the oldest business publication in Croatia, established in 1953 and published weekly)


  1. "Impressum - poslovni.hr" (in Croatian). Retrieved 8 August 2012.
  2. "Poslovni dnevnik" (in Croatian). Styria Medien AG. Retrieved 19 October 2010.
  3. Markušić, Darko (14 February 2010). "Poslovni dnevnik: Prve su novine o biznisu i najbolje". 24 sata (in Croatian). Retrieved 19 October 2010.
  4. "Publications". The New York Times International Weekly. Retrieved 19 October 2010.
  5. "Poduzeća kćeri". Styria Medien AG. Retrieved 19 October 2010.
  6. "Trends 2007". Office for Newspaper Design. Retrieved 19 October 2010.
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