Sofia, January 19, 2021 - Petar Mudrinić has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of network and infrastructure wholesale provider CETIN Bulgaria, effective January 15. He succeeds Vladimir Radojičić, who is continuing his career at Telenor Group in Oslo, Norway.
"I am thrilled to take over the management of a company like CETIN Bulgaria, which is a leader not only in providing high quality services and excellent network infrastructure, but also in creating added value for customers,” said Petar Mudrinić, CEO of CETIN Bulgaria. “I am confident that with the joint efforts of our highly skilled team we will strengthen our leadership position and work together to introduce even more innovative technological solutions."
Petar Mudrinić has extensive experience in the telecom industry and will contribute significantly to the development of the company in Bulgaria. He joined Telenor Serbia in 2008, where he held the position of Senior Transmission Planning Expert until 2011. After that he took over the management of the fixed and wholesale services and was later promoted to Transmission Network and Infrastructure Manager.
Petar Mudrinić joined Telenor Bulgaria in 2016 as Director of Managed Services. Since 2019 he has been responsible for the company’s fixed services.
CETIN Bulgaria is a wholesale provider of network and infrastructure services, owning and managing one of the largest electronic communications networks in Bulgaria. Thanks to its communication infrastructure, the best employees in the sector and a consumer-friendly approach, CETIN Bulgaria aims to provide its customers with an exceptional experience and results, managing the sustainable development of technology and anticipating the needs of tomorrow.
CETIN Bulgaria is member of PPF Group.
PPF Group invests in multiple market segments including financial services, telecommunications, biotechnology, real estate and mechanical engineering. PPF Group’s growth rests on the development of traditional and new industries, the building of modern infrastructure, the digital economy and linking up Czech talent and capabilities with global opportunities. PPF Group’s reach spans from Europe to North America and across Asia. The Group owns assets worth EUR 44 billion and employs 98,000 people globally (as at 30 June 2020). PPF pays income taxes in each of 25 countries in which it operates and generates profit.