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HAKOM organizes the 9th the Electronic Communications Market Day

The conference will focus on consumer protection, symmetric regulation, mapping of electronic communications networks and the possibility of co-financing the construction of high-speed networks between operators and large OTC providers.

ZAGREB, 3 October, 2022 - Under the auspices of the organizer, the Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries (HAKOM), the Electronic Communications Market Day will be held in Zagreb on Monday, 17 October. For the ninth year in a row, it will bring together the representatives of stakeholders in the electronic communications market, state administration bodies, the economy, the scientific community and the media. On this occasion, the most important market activities will be presented as well as the goals and tasks of HAKOM in the future.

The conference will be broadcasted live on HAKOM’s Facebook and YouTube channel, and four panel discussions will be held within the scope of the programme. In addition to protection of users’ rights and operator’s obligations, the discussion topic will be a geographical survey of the reach and usage of electronic communications networks, symmetric regulation as a supplement to SMP regulation, and it will also discuss the need to co-finance the development of OTT providers’ networks that are using these networks in their operations.

Four panel discussions

Jasmin Lipović (A1 Hrvatska d.o.o.), Kruno Tršinski (Hrvatski Telekom d.d.), Ivančica Urh (Ministry of the Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure) and Nenad Šlibar (Telemach Hrvatska d.o.o.) will participate in the panel discussion, while the panel discussion will be moderated by Vladimir Duković (HAKOM).

Participants in the panel discussion will be Martina Dragičević (A1 Hrvatska d.o.o.), Paula Šunjić Brozinić (Hrvatski Telekom d.d.), Krešimir Kovačević (Pro-Ping d.o.o.) and Morana Čulo Jovičić (Telemach Hrvatska d.o.o.) and the discussion will be moderated by Jelena Barać (HAKOM).

“The new rules for transparent service contracting and the termination of contracts” is the subject of panel discussion whose participants are Senka Erslan (A1 Hrvatska d.o.o.), Neven Alujević Grgas (Hrvatski Telekom d.d.) Iva Dragić (Optima Telekom d.o.o.) and Petra Nakić (Telemach Hrvatska d.o.o.), while the moderator is Marina Ljubić Karanović (HAKOM).

At the last, fourth panel discussion on “Should the OTC providers contribute financially to the development of the networks they use?”, the position will be taken by Igor Zgrabljić (Google), Mislav Hebel (HAKOM), Iva Cibulić Blažević (Hrvatski Telekom d.d.) and Vlaho Hrdalo (Hrdalo & Krnic Law Firm). The moderator is Domagoj Maričić (HAKOM).

For additional information please contact:

Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries (HAKOM)

  • Roberta Frangeša-Mihanovića 9 Street
  • 10110 Zagreb, Croatia
  • Tel. + 385 (0) 1 700 70 07
  • Fax + 385 (0)1 700 70 70

Media inquiries can be submitted online using HAKOM’s official website:

About Hakom

HAKOM - Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries – ensures preconditions for a fair market competition, stable growth and environment for innovations in the electronic communications and postal services market. HAKOM protects users’ interests and the possibility of choice among various communications and postal services at affordable prices, defines sustainable competitive conditions for operators and service providers under fair conditions for return on investment, and provides support to economic growth, public services and the quality of life in the Republic of Croatia by using modern technologies. HAKOM’ strategic goals are: to promote regulation of the electronic communications and postal services market, to support growth of investments and innovations in the electronic communications and postal services market, to provide efficient use of limited resources, to accelerate the growth of broadband products and services, to provide affordable offers of communications and postal services, to provide protection and informing of users, to build an efficient and comprehensive information system, to define and implement efficient processes, and to acquire multi-disciplinary expertise in market regulation.