Poslovna intelgiencija continues to expand its business in foreign markets. In addition to the Zagreb headquarters and offices in six other cities: London, Vienna, Podgorica, Belgrade, Sarajevo and Ljubljana, today the company has opened its doors in Stockholm.
Poslovna inteligencija is already working with many clients from around the world. In accordance with its development plans, the company wants to further dedicate itself to the development of international business through a more direct and intensive presence and communication in Scandinavia.
The office will operate under the international brand of Poslovna inteligencija – BIRD (Business Intelligence Research and Development).
Sanel Mujić will be responsible for expanding business and building partnerships and relationships in the Scandinavian region.
Sanel joined the Poslovna inteligencija team in April this year, as Business Development Manager, precisely with the aim of dedicating himself to the markets in northern Europe. For the past seven years, Sanel has built his career in Sweden, and before that in Austria, Slovenia and Croatia. There is no doubt that his rich international experience in sales, marketing and business development will bring the expected results.
“Opening a company in Sweden is in line with our strategic plan to grow and strengthen our presence in Scandinavia. We are extremely pleased that Sanel has joined us. We are convinced that through his knowledge and experience, our existing and new clients in the field of advanced analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning will receive even stronger support”, said Lidija Karaga, CEO of the newly established company and one of the three co-founders of Poslovna inteligencija.
“I am very pleased to accept the challenge and task of expanding Poslovna inteligencija to the Scandinavian market. I believe that the company’s vast experience and expertise in consulting in the field of analytics and data management are key to success and a guarantee that many companies will recognize us as partners.”, said Sanel Mujić.