He assumed his term as a Management Board member on April 28, 2014.
After graduating at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana, in 1989, he followed up his studies with a post-graduate program at the Faculty of Economics in Ljubljana where he first earned title of management specialist, followed by the title Master of Business Policy and Organization. In 1998, he was awarded the PhD title in business administration and organization at the same school.
Throughout his business career, he performed a number of functions. After completing his undergraduate studies, he was a system analyst at Iskra Zorin/Mike software, d.o.o. Then, he was the director of a sector at Nissan Adria, and assistant director at Suzuki, Wolf, and partners. From 2001 to 2007, he was the assistant general manager in charge of strategic development and marketing at ACH. He then further pursued his career as Management Board member and deputy director at AMZS, d.d.. In 2012, he was appointed president of Iskra Sistemi, after working as Management Board member, and later President and CEO at Iskra Mis from 2009 to 2012. From 2003 to 2008 he qualified himself as lecturer at the Faculty of Economics in Ljubljana and gave lectures on the subject Commercial operations with base of marketing II.
He was a Supervisory Board member of Pošta Slovenije (Slovenian postal service) and Vzajemna (a health insurance company), Supervisory Board chairman at AMZS, d.d., president of the Slovenian Athletics Association, and president of the Sports Foundation.
From mid-June 2013 until his appointment to the Management Board, he was an advisor to Gorenje President and CEO. His field of work included development of solutions for improvement in complexity and supply chain management, improvement of cost efficiency, and monitoring of accomplishment of strategic projects and goals.
He is the Supervisory Board Chairman at Nova KBM and a member of the Strategic Council for Internationalization at the Slovenian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
He holds no GRVG shares.