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By successful organisation of the second Fitness Day in Tuzla, Coca‑Cola has implemented another activity within the Happiness is Movement project.
The traditional cycling event which is held in Sarajevo on the first Sunday in September set a new record in terms of number of participants. The eight traditional Giro di Sarajevo gathered more than 2,000 cyclists of all ages.
Coca‑Cola HBC AG continues commitment to creating shared value with 2014 Integrated report.
For the eighth time in a row, Coca‑Cola HBC B-H Sarajevo is a partner of Sarajevo Half-Marathon – another important event promoting active living and movement.
Having successfully organised the Fitness Day in Tuzla, Coca‑Cola has completed yet another event within the Movement is Happiness project. This unique sports and recreational event attracted more than 2,500 participants.
Coca‑Cola was once again the main partner in organising the biggest cycling event in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as a part of Movement Is Happiness program which aims at supporting active lifestyle.
Film Bubamara / Some lines bring as together at the 20th Sarajevo Film Festival.
Zug, Switzerland, 30 May 2014 - Coca‑Cola HBC AG (Coca‑Cola HBC, the Company) today published its 2013 Integrated Report. Titled 'The best is yet to come', the report discusses the Company's strategy and performance across a range of financial, economic, social and environmental indicators.
According to results of a research conducted by Development studio, on the basis of votes by visitors of the employment portal Posao.ba, the company was for the seventh time in a row placed at the top of the list of the most desired employers in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Coca‑Cola Foundation has ensured an additional million dollars for the assistance to flooded areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia.