Dragan Pujas – from trainee to the new President of the Management Board of Plava Laguna in 13 years

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first_imgIt is interesting how Dragan Pujas started his business journey in Plava Laguna as an intern back in 2006, and later, as he developed and progressed in 2018, he became a member of the Management Board. The entire journey from trainee to CEO took 13,4 years. The new President of the Management Board is appointed by the same decision as the current member of the Management Board, Mr. Dragan Pujas, with a mandate lasting from October 01, 2019. In the first six months, Plava Laguna in hotels and apartments recorded an increase in overnight stays by 6,5%. Interestingly, according to sales channels, an increase was recorded in the group segment by 9% with a share of 38%, and in the individual segment by 13% and a share of 35%. Due to the extremely bad weather, the campsites recorded a drop in overnight stays of 1,8%. In total, looking at all types of accommodation capacities, in the first six months Plava Laguna realized 1.43 million overnight stays, which is an increase of 3,2% compared to last year. In the first six months 3% more overnight stays At its meeting held on August 29, 2019, the Supervisory Board of Plava Laguna passed a decision revoking the current President of the Management Board, Neven Staver, from the position of President of the Management Board on September 30, 2019.last_img

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