Dr Pavle Marjanović is one of the leading managers and strategists in the developing South East European pharmaceutical industry. Born in 1965, Pavle graduated at the Medical Faculty , University of Belgrade, in 1991. Ever since, Pavle has been actively participating in shaping the pharmaceutical market in Serbia and the region. He has further developed his management skills by completing the prestigious business school of management INSEAD in France and the general management program in Cranfield, UK.
Pavle has started his 20-years long successful pharmaceutical industry career with Janssen Cilag as a product manager in 1992. Two years later he joined Eli Lilly , Belgrade, as a product specialist, shortly after being promoted to marketing coordinator for Serbia, Macedonia, Albania and Montenegro. Always seeking new challenges, Pavle joined Sanofi-Aventis in 1998 where he remained for the next 11 years, moving fast from the position of country representative to general manager and member of the Adriatic management committee dealing with transversal projects in this region. Since December, 2009. Pavle has been sitting in the drivers’ seat of Actavis, Serbia and Montenegro, one of the biggest generic companies world-wide with a steady market share growth.
Over the years, Pavle has become a number one contact point in terms of key issues related to the pharmaceutical industry and works closely with the government and media to shape a sustainable environment for further development of the pharmaceutical industry in Serbia.
Father of three, Pavle speaks fluently English, French and Slovenian.