Goran Car Is the New Combis CEO

Goran Car Is the New Combis CEO

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Goran Car is the new member of the Management Board and CEO of Combis, the company’s Assembly decided. He will take on new duties and responsibilities from March 1st. Car comes to Combis from Hrvatski Telekom where he spent last four years as a Director of the Core & Service Application Platforms Sector.

“Aside from his extensive experience in the technology sector, Goran is the creator and promoter of numerous ICT initiative. Given the direction of the development of Combis as a top technology company, I believe Goran will bring Combis a new vision and strength for both employees and users of ICT solutions”, said Kostas Nebis, CEO of Hrvatski Telekom.

Prior to his career in HT, Goran Car held several highly responsible management roles at Combis for many years, proving his competences and far-reaching thinking. From 2003 to 2016, he was on several positions within Combis. Car graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing and has a master’s at the Faculty of Economics and Business.

Current Board member and Chief Sales Officer Damir Horvat will become a member of the Combis Supervisory Board starting from March 1st.  He will also lead the ICT sales in the HT Group.

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