Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
PRO PR Vision City is intended for a city in the host country of the PRO PR Conference, which achieved positive publicity on regional and international level thanks to continuous communication. Given that the host country of the 17th PRO PR Conference was Croatia, the award in this category went to the city of Mali Lošinj.
The importance of the role of public relations has long been recognized by Gordana Kovačević, President of Ericsson Nikola Tesla, who has been awarded the PRO PR Vision Manager for the successful implementation of communication processes in the work of this Croatian company.
In the category of PRO PR Awards, this year 24 winners were awarded, coming from Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Italy, UK, Russia, Belgium and Germany.
Winners from the Adriatic region are:
Croatia: Irena Šarić Dombaj, Head of Corporate Communications at L’Oreal Balkans Adria region, Ermina Duraj, head of the department for public relations and protocol, Primorje-Gorski kotar, Željko Jelić, former director of corporate communications at Badel 1862.
Slovenia: Tomi Trbovc, External Public Relations Officer for the Ski Federation of Slovenia, Renata Lovrak, head of corporate communications in Ljubljanske mlekarne, Vesna Drole, head of the department for public relations in the Police of Slovenia.
Bosnia and Herzegovina: PhD Jasna Jelisić, head of the working group for the Western Balkans in the department of strategic communications of EEAS, Aida Salkić, head of corporate communications in ASA Prevent Group, Nataša Pucar, head of corporate communications in STUDEN holding and Mak Kapetanović, associate for communication, political and cultural relations at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Serbia: Tamara Bekčić, director and co-founder of the communications and consulting agency Chapter 4, Gabrijela Petković Jovanović, PR Manager in the Agency for Business Registers of Serbia, Nataša Jovanović, head of the communications department at UniCredit Bank Serbia.
Montenegro: Ljiljana Burzan-Nikolić, executive director of BI Communication, Jelena Radonjić-Đurković, Corporate Communications & CSR Expert, Crnogorski Telekom.
Macedonia: Katarina Hadži-Angeleska-Nachevska, senior specialist for non-alcoholic beverages at Skopska pivara.
At the end of November last year, it was announced that the winner of the Infigo Award for 2019 is a prominent Slovenian media businessman, Marjan Novak, Marketing magazine.
All the winners were awarded with unique statues, created specially for this occasion by students of the Academy of Applied Arts in Rijeka.
The PRO PR Awards award program was founded on the occasion of marking the tenth anniversary of the PRO PR Conference in 2012 and is intended for individuals who have contributed in particular to the development and positioning of the profession of public relations. Up to now, this award has been presented to 147 prominent figures from all over the world.