New DOK-ING Members of the Board appointed 

Two new Members of the Board

 

Zagreb, May 6, 2022 – The Supervisory Board of DOK-ING, an international market leader in the field of robotic and autonomous systems and equipment for special purposes, has been strengthened by two new members. 

Domagoj Stunić has been appointed a Member of the Board responsible for R&D, IT and Project Management. Domagoj Stunić started his business career at DOK-ING in 2014, in the position of Senior Project Manager.  

Gordan Pešić has been appointed a Member of the Board responsible for Sales, Marketing, Business Development, Customer Support and Human Resources. Gordan Pešić started his business career at DOK-ING in 2012 in the Sales and Marketing Department.  

Marijo Grgurinović continues his role as President of the Board since 2019.

INFORMATION ABOUT NEW MEMBERS OF THE MANAGEMENT BOARD:

Domagoj Stunić is  a Member of the Board responsible for R&D, IT  and Project Management. He started his career at DOK-ING in 2014 as a Senior Project Manager for US Military Security and Defense, and later he was the Sales Manager for the US market. Prior to his appointment to the Management Board, Stunić worked for three years as the Head of the R&D Department. Prior to DOK-ING, Stunić worked for Atos and Siemens. He graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, with a Major in Automation. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gordan Pešić is a Member of the Board responsible for Sales, Marketing, Business Development, Customer Support and Human Resources. Gordan Pešić started his business career at DOK-ING in 2012 as a Program manager responsible for Business development and projects for B2B users. Pešić has more than 15 years of experience in the field of security and defense and has international experience in capability development projects. He has successfully led numerous business development projects, expanded product portfolio and during his career was extremely successful in receiving incentives from national and EU funds (FP7, Horizon2020, PESCO, EDIDP and ESIF funds in the field of Research, Development and Innovation). Furthermore, he has considerable experience in the international markets working on various projects, such as Capability Development and Experimentation programs of NATO member countries in the field of innovation and development. In addition to the role occupying in DOK-ING, he also serves as a president of the Thematic Innovation Council for Security. In addition to this, he has been actively working on the promotion of the Croatian defense industry in the role of the Vice President at Croatian Defense Industry Competitiveness Cluster. He graduated from the College of Business and Management, majoring in project management.