Cotrugli Business Museum, a project founded by Cotrugli Business School, became the world’s first to present the business along with its processes and development throughout the pre-industrial era, reaching back to as far as the times of ancient Mesopotamia 4 millennia BC.
The museum (and school) is named after the 15th-century merchant, economist, scientist, diplomat and humanist Benedetto Cotrugli. He was born in Dubrovnik, which was at the time a highly developed republic with a major trading force, best known for its wealth and skilled diplomacy. Cotrugli left an important mark by leaving a first written remark about the modern double-entry system in his Book on the Art of Trade.
The museum is located in Buzin, a village just south of Zagreb, and is conceptualized as an interactive exhibition with interactive exhibits, quizzes, workshops, holograms and more.
For more information visit the Cotrugli Business Museum website at http://worldbusinessmuseum.com/.