Rewilding Europe Circle

 Sinisa Krajnovic
Siniša Krajnović
Croatia

Europe is moving forward; we are transforming ourselves into a technologically advanced society, and bringing our countries closer together. This new age has a potential to deliver growth and prosperity based on greater social cohesion and environmental sustainability. I believe that our relationship with the incredible wilderness that we share here in Europe needs to follow us in our leap into the 21st century. I am a wholehearted believer in Rewilding Europe’s approach; developing a sustainable and mutually beneficial relationship between man and wild. I am looking forward to see Rewilding Europe’s projects thrive across our beautiful continent. Let us make Europe a wilder place, for us all to enjoy and share with the amazing nature.

 

Siniša Krajnović is a senior executive in Ericsson with long and varied international management experience. Since 2011 he has been living in Stockholm, Sweden. He works in Ericsson as Vice President and Head of Development Unit Radio, leading a global development organization consisting of 10,000+ engineers. He has extensive multicultural experience and understanding gained through global exposure from living and working in Croatia, UK, Ireland, Japan, Hungary and Sweden, where he has held various senior leadership positions.

Siniša Krajnović is a professor at the leading business school in Croatia, Zagreb School of Economics and Management, and program director of their General MBA Program. He is a professor at the Luxembourg School of Business, as well.

He was a co-founder and the first president of the Croatian branch of the Project Management Institute, the leading global project management organization.

Siniša Krajnović earned his PhD degree from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing at the University of Zagreb and completed executive education programs at Columbia University (US), Cranfield University (UK), IMD (CH), and ISB (IN).

Siniša Krajnović is currently based in Stockholm, Sweden.