Leading media agency in SEE is strengthening its organizational structure
UM, the leading media agency across Southeastern Europe operating as part of I&F McCann Grupa, has strengthen its organizational structure, in order to further develop its services, teams and optimize business operations that will provide stronger support for clients. With the further development of its organizational structure and by strengthening its teams, the UM media agency is answering the needs of its clients and the challenges of a dynamic media environment, in the best way possible, with which it is confirming the leading position of the UM agency network in Southeastern Europe.
Mario Lovrić, currently Manging Director of UM Zagrebwill also be in charge for UM Ljubljana agency. Mario has years of experience in the communication industry and has been a part of the UM team in Zagreb since 2012. He has worked with numerous clients, where he affirmed himself as the leader of successful agency teams and implementing business innovations. Tijana Stojanović, who has successfully managed UM Ljubljana will now be working in UM Beograd.
UM will offer to its business partners a unified regional strategic service and integrated team of strategic planning professionals in all UM agencies in SE Europe, which will be managed by Ljiljana Ivošević, who has been promoted to the position of the Regional Strategic Director. Ljiljana has been 19 years in the agency UM Zagreb, during that time she has collaborated with clients such as The Coca-Cola Company, Moolson Coors, VIP, etc. and is recognized as effective strategic thinker who is focused on driving the best possible results for clients.
With a great experience in the communication industry, Vedran Vereš is joining team as Client Service Director for UM Zagreb and UM Ljubljana. His main responsibilities will be the development and further strengthening of partnerships with business partners in Croatia and Slovenia, management of agency’s teams, as well as active involvement in new business projects of the agencies in both markets.