The Annual General Meeting of Ericsson Nikola Tesla joint-stock company was held at the Company’s headquarters, Krapinska 45, Zagreb, on Wednesday, June 20, 2018. The equity capital represented at the AGM was HRK 88,071,000, corresponding to 66.15 % of the total Company's equity, thus satisfying the legal conditions for the AGM to make valid decisions. In the presence of a notary public, the AGM proceedings were conducted by Snježana Bahtijari, the AGM Chairperson appointed by the Supervisory Board of the Company. LM Ericsson, the major shareholder, was represented by Mats Andrén.
At the ceremony of signing a grant agreement by the Minister of Environment and Energy Tomislav Ćorić, PhD, the Director of the Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund Dubravko Ponoš and the 77 users, the decision on financing selected proposals submitted under the “Increasing Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources in Manufacturing Industries” call for proposals in the framework of the “Competitiveness and Cohesion” Operational Program 2014-2020, was officially confirmed. On this occasion, Ericsson Nikola Tesla was awarded a maximum of HRK 20 million for a complex and valuable project, which will eventually result in savings amounting to over 4.6 million kWh and in a reduction in CO2 emissions by nearly 1400 tonnes on a yearly basis.
International Bled Water Festival has once again proven to be an excellent platform for connecting various public and private organizations and experts in the field of preservation and sustainable use of water. The awards given in several categories – corporate, national, and individual projects – have revealed the best innovations and practices related to water as well as projects that should be followed. The award for large companies went to Ericsson Nikola Tesla.
Smartphone shopping is expected to peak globally in the coming few years with 43 percent surveyed already making purchases on their phone weekly. Majority of smartphone shoppers expect most people to have a personal shopping advisor within 3 years; emerging demand for digital shopping assistants to help with purchase decisions. 69 percent of AR and VR users think these technologies will give smartphones all the benefits of physical stores within 3 years.
New Ericsson Consumer & IndustryLab Insight Report explores the future of customer interactions with telecom service providers. Consumers expect telecom service providers to match leading digital consumer experiences. Telecom service providers can leapfrog to a zero-touch customer experience future, using AI and automation to preempt consumer needs and solve issues with minimal effort.
Pursuant to the Company Law, Art. 277, sections 2 and 3, the Managing Director of the joint stock company Ericsson Nikola Tesla, Zagreb, Krapinska 45, on April 25, 2018 passed the decision on convocation of the Annual General Meeting, to be held at the registered office of the Company in Zagreb, Krapinska 45, on June 20, 2018 at 4 p.m.
Study participants believe in the potential of IoT and describe new cellular IoT technologies as game changers. 70 percent of service providers interviewed do not have a well-defined strategy, instead they are testing alternative roles within the IoT value chain. 80 percent of interviewees aim to create value beyond connectivity either by providing differentiating services or by becoming IoT service enablers or service creators.
Diversity is one of the main building blocks of our company. It creates a richness of perspectives that allows us to better understand our customers and create innovative solutions for challenges they face. The company's ongoing engagement in activities and initiatives that promote diversity, not only in our company but in the ICT industry in general, includes the marking of the international Girls in ICT Day.
Gordana Kovačević, the President of Ericsson Nikola Tesla comments: “In Q1 2018, Ericsson Nikola Tesla Group sales revenue amounted to MHRK 341, down by 5.4% year-over-year. In line with expectations, there was a continuous revenue growth from services to Ericsson, primarily driven by expansion of responsibilities in our R&D center and other competence centers. We hired 73 new experts in Q1, and thus at the end of Q1 Ericsson Nikola Tesla Group had 3,088 employees.”