Page Content The Telekom Slovenije Group is among the most comprehensive communication service providers in South- Eastern Europe. In addition to being the national telecommunications operator in Slovenia, it also operates through its subsidiaries on the markets of South-Eastern Europe in Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia. The Group’s activities include fixed and mobile communications services, digital content and services, multimedia services and digital advertising, system integration and cloud computing services, construction and maintenance of telecommunications networks, and conservation of natural and cultural heritage in the Sečovlje Saltpans Regional Park. Organisation Chart (PDF) Companies majority-owned by Telekom Slovenije: Subsidiaries GVO, d.o.o.GVO carries out construction and maintenance of telecommunication cable network.Borut Radi, CEO Avtenta, d.o.o.Avtenta is a leading provider of business contents and relations management solutions, as well as tools for business operations management and control.Miha Praunseis, CEO TSmedia, d.o.o.The company is a recognized Slovenian enterprise in developing multimedia services and one of the leading content providers. It publishes Siol.net, the leading Slovenian digital media, reachable on five screens: web, mobile, tv, tablet, out of home, manages information points (Phone Diary, Yellow Pages, Business Diary, Call Center, Local Search Engine) and is a world class developer of IPTV services applications.Tina Česen, MSc, CEO SOLINE, d.o.o.Soline protects and sustainably preserves the natural and cultural heritage in the Sečoveljske soline nature park and produces salt in a traditional manner. With respect for natural processes, the company provides sustainable development of this area, and by implementing measures for protecting natural values and cultural heritage it raises awareness on the importance of preserving the Sečoveljske soline nature park.Klavdij Godnič, CEO Antenna TV SL, d.o.o.Antenna TV SL is the broadcaster of Planet TV commercial television channel on the Slovenian market.Tina Česen, MSc, CEO IPKO Telecommunications d.o.o.IPKO has grown from being the first Kosovo-wide internet provider, to becoming a modern enterprise offering the full range of converged services in mobile communications, fixed telephony, internet services as well as cable TV.Robert Erzin, MSc, CEO Blicnet d.o.o. Banja LukaBlicnet d.o.o. Banja Luka is one of the leading telecommunication operators in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It provides broadband internet, fixed telephony, and analogue and digital TV services. By expanding its fiber optic network in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Blicnet is providing residential users with access to cutting edge services, and several internet providers with internet access. With the introduction of new technologies and services, Blicnet has become recognized as a market leader in telecommunications.Simon Furlan, MSc, CEO SIOL d.o.o. BeogradFor the purpose of an integrated regional optic fibre network operation, Telekom Slovenije, d.d. has established SIOL DOO Beograd, a subsidiary 100% owned by Telekom Slovenije, d.d. The company has seven telecommunications POPs in Beograd, Kuzmin, Batočina, Mali Požarevac, Ražanj, Bela Palanka and Dimitrovgrad.Igor Rojs, MSc, Managing Director SIOL d.o.o. PodgoricaTelekom Slovenije, d.d. has, for the purpose of construction of a regional optic fibre network through Montenegro, established SIOL d.o.o. Podgorica subsidiary in Montenegro, which is 100% owned by Telekom Slovenije, d.d. The company has two telecommunications POPs in Pljevlja and Bijelo Polje.Igor Rojs, MSc, Managing Director SIOL d.o.o. SarajevoTelekom Slovenije, d.d. has, for the purpose of the construction of a regional fibre optic network from Sarajevo to the Montenegro border, established a SIOL d.o.o. Sarajevo subsidiary, which is 100% owned by Telekom Slovenije, d.d.Igor Rojs, MSc, Managing Director SIOL DOOEL SkopjeAs a part of the Telekom Slovenije Group’s consolidation in the Macedonian market, which includes separation of the regional optical network from the ONE DOOEL Skopje subsidiary, Telekom Slovenije, d.d. established a new subsidiary SIOL DOOEL Skopje, which is 100% owned by Telekom Slovenije, d.d. The company has three telecommunications POPs in Skopje, Kumanovo and Kriva Palanka. Igor Rojs, MSc, Managing Director SIOL d.o.o. ZagrebTelekom Slovenije, d.d. has, for the purpose of construction of a regional optic fibre network for the south-eastern market, established SIOL d.o.o. Zagreb in Croatia, which is 100% owned by Telekom Slovenije, d.d. The company has ten telecommunications POPs in Zagreb, Okučani-1, Okučani-2, Sisak, Jastrebarsko, Kutina, Slobodnica, Mitrovci (on the territory of Croatia) and Sofia, Kyustendil (on the territory of Bulgaria).Igor Rojs, MSc, Managing Director TSinpo, d.o.o.TSinpo is a service company and sheltered workshop.