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PGA of Slovenia President joins CPG Board

10.54am 16th June 2020 - People

Boštjan Primec, President of the PGA of Slovenia, has joined the Confederation of Professional Golf’s Board of Directors, further adding to the diversity of expertise in the Association’s leadership.

As PGA of Slovenia President, Primec has contributed significantly in leading the well-established CPG Member Country forward for a number of years and brings valuable industry knowledge and experience to the fold from a smaller, emerging golfing nation.

Additionally, his expertise in various IT fields, including security, system integration, communications, electronic payment and application development, will be crucial in driving the organisation and its own digital technology plans forward in the future.

Boštjan Primec, President of the PGA of Slovenia

Primec’s business background includes over 30 years of experience in leading his own company from a start-up to one of the biggest five IT system integrators in Slovenia, delivering projects and solutions across the European market.

On his appointment, Primec commented: “It is a real honour for me to be joining the CPG’s Board of Directors, and I am very excited to use my own areas of knowledge and expertise in helping the CPG to achieve its mission goals, particularly in the digital world.”

CPG Chairman Frank Kirsten said: “Boštjan is a welcome addition to our Board of Directors, and we look forward to him sharing his experience whilst helping to guide the organisation’s future. As we continue to implement various digital solutions and plans, including the Digitalisation and Collaboration Project and our education platform, Boštjan’s business and IT acumen will play an important part in the impact that they have over the coming months and years.”

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