Development Centre RC eNeM Ltd. is managed by a three-member Management Board, composed of mag. Tomaž Berginc, President of the management board and CEO of ETI Izlake and also the project applicant, Branko Majes, Managing Director of TKI Hrastnik and Andrej Božič, Managing Director of Steklarna Hrastnik. So eminent management ensures excellence, tracking of the assigned objectives and achievements of the RC eNeM Ltd. All the member of the board have more than nine years of professional experience in the field of corporate governance.
Mag. Mitja Koprivšek is the specially authorised representative (procurator), which operationally manages the Development Centre RC eNeM Ltd. and together with managers (procurators) of member branches, represents the company.
The company’s internal organization is structured in accordance with the Zakon o gospodarskih družbah – ZGD (Companies Act). All the members and the Supervisory conist the assembly of the company. The partners defined and agreed upon mutual relations in the consortium agreement, while some areas are defined by the RC eNeM Ltd. business plan and by the RC eNeM Ltd. article of incorporation.
Main activities are implemented in branches; nine (9) branches were established, according to the comprehensive development areas. Each branch has its own specially authorised representative (procurator).
Members of the Board conduct their work without reimbursement of payments, so their salaries are not included in the financial plan of the company.
Operational tasks and technical support, financial management, accounting, monitoring and reporting, promotions, etc. are implemented in the form of services provided by external contractors and are included in the financial section of the RC eNeM Ltd. business plan.
Specially authorised representative (procurator) of RC eNeM Ltd.
Mitja Koprivšek, M.Sc.
Tel.: +386 (0) 3 56 57 450 Mobile: +386 (0) 41 765 452
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MISSION AND VISION
The key objective and purpose of RC eNeM Ltd. is to promote research and development activities in a joint research and development company that brings together more than 45 highly skilled professionals, which have expertise in different fields, in order to advance the research and development of new materials in various fields. This will lead to different results, such as the creation of new innovative companies with high added-value, more than 10 applications for intellectual property, resulting in an international test of patent or other intellectual property rights, influencing the faster development of the Zasavje region and its sectors influenced by RC eNeM Ltd. As a result of all activities a faster development of entrepreneurship in the Zasavje region is expected, as this is the primary goal and also the reason why RC eNeM Development Centre was founded.
The purpose of founding RC eNeM Ltd. is to encourage and promote economic development in the municipalities of Trbovlje, Hrastnik and Zagorje ob Savi and additionally connecting entrepreneurs and companies with regional chambers of commerce, municipalities, state and other institutions that influence economic development.
The objectives of the company are helping integrate the regional development potentials with potentials of other Slovenian regions and, in the next phase, with the European area.
In the field of regional development RC eNeM Ltd. will implement tasks defined by the Zakon o spodbujanju skladnega regionalnega razvoja – ZSSRS (Promotion of Balanced Regional Development Act) and tasks carried out by regional development agencies in the public interest. At the same time the RC eNeM Ltd. will serve as a hub for different informations, ideas, programs, initiatives and also as a place where new development partnerships and alliances will be forged. RC eNeM Ltd. has been funded in accordance with clear orientation of the Zasavje region economy, primarily focused on developing Zasavje regions own core competencies, distancing the region from the already partly abolished traditional industries, such as coal mining and energy production and also production of environmentally wasteful products.
The primary aim of integration is the creation of new knowledge that will be immediately and efficiently transferred to industrial partners. In addition, development services will be implemented, facilitating the production and technological activities in partner companies, giving additional positive impact on business results.