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Top 10 Most Powerful Women in Croatia

CroatiaRenowned Croatian weekly business magazine Lider has published its annual list of the 300 most powerful women in Croatia for the 9th year in a row. The top ten has not changed too much over the last few years, with the 300 on the list coming from 184 companies in Croatia…

First place this year goes to Ljerka Puljić (pic above), who is the Senior Executive Vice President of Croatia’s largest privately owned company Agrokor. Behind Puljić on the list is Ericsson Nikola Tesla’s CEO Gordana Kovačević.

Top 10 Most Powerful Women in Croatia

1. Ljerka Puljić – Senior Executive Vice President, Agrokor

2. Gordana Kovačević – CEO Ericsson Nikola Tesla

Gordana Kovačević

Gordana Kovačević

3. Lada Tedeschi Fiorio – Vice-President of the Supervisory Board and shareholder at Atlantic grupa

4. Irena Jolić Šimović – Hrvatski Telekom board member

Irena Jolić Šimović

Irena Jolić Šimović

5. Mladenka Grgić – President of the Supervisory Board at Euroherc osiguranje

6. Iva Balent – Marketing director at Agrokor

7. Anđelka Buneta – CEO of FINA

8. Vedrana Jelušić Kašić – Director of European Bank for Reconstruction and Development for Croatia

Vedrana Jelušić Kašić

Vedrana Jelušić Kašić

9. Malin Elisabeth Holmberg – CEO of mobile company Tele2 – Croatia

10. Đozi Heberling – Board member of retail chain Plodina

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