United Group names Alexandra Delvenakiotis vice president of corporate affairs

Alexandra Delvenakiotis

South-East European telco company United Group has named Alexandra Delvenakiotis group vice president of Corporate Affairs.

Delvenakiotis started the role on September 1 and succeeds Dragica Pilipović who departed the company after 15 years. She will remain with United Group as an advisor on government affairs and will continue to work as the chair of the board of the SBB Foundation.

Previously working at Adecco Group, Delvenakiotis served as vice president external communications and media relations. Delvenakiotis has career spanning over 18 years of experience in public affairs, media relations and corporate communications. She also previously held the roles of group director communications and public affairs at Ringier Axel Springer Media AG and vice president corporate communications at Sky DACH.

Victoriya Boklag, CEO of United Group said “We are delighted to welcome Alexandra to the team. Her exceptional track record delivering board-level communications and public affairs strategy for global businesses will be invaluable to United Group as we continue to expand our footprint in new EU markets. She will play a key role in developing the group’s relationships with all external stakeholders and lead the group’s media relations as we look to consolidate recent acquisitions and strengthen the visibility of United Group’s best-in class digital service offering across all markets.”

“On behalf of everyone at United Group, I also want to take this opportunity to offer our heartfelt thanks to Dragica for all that she has done for our company. Dragica joined SBB from EBRD and with their support helped to make SBB the regional market leader in digital TV and broadband services that it is today. As Group Vice President Corporate Affairs she has been an important external ambassador for the company as well as playing an integral role in management decision-making as the company has evolved.  She will continue to play a vital role as Adviser on Government Affairs to the Board and to Alexandra as she starts her new role.”

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