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Maja Srdanovic

Sales Manager

Maja Srdanovic

Sales Manager

As a Sales Manager here at Inchoo, Maja is helping our potential clients to convert their wishes, expectations and needs into a desired project. Alongside the rest of our sales department, she is defining and implementing new business strategies in order to identify opportunities for new markets and services that we offer.

It’s a great thing that one of Maja’s previous jobs was in accounting. Her knowledge and keeping up to date with latest laws and regulations really comes handy for her everyday work here. Education is very important to her, and she is constantly improving herself in business and online marketing topics. She traveled the world on cruise ships while working as a fully certified Yoga, Pilates and Spinning instructor. She plans to return to cruisers and travel, but only as a guest.

Her guilty pleasure is to chill after a busy day drinking red wine and watching Netflix. Stand-up comedians and their performances are her favourite type of shows. And chick-flicks. But shhh, don’t tell anybody! Since her teenage years, she always wanted to be a part of IT. Although she didn’t see how that would be possible, since she’s not a developer, here she is. In IT, but in sales – a great position for someone who truly loves technology, but is also great with people and understanding their needs.

Latest posts by Maja Srdanovic

Are you ready for Generation Z eCommerce? Jan 15, 2018 | Posted in eCommerce Talk, Magento 2, Online Marketing

The next wave of consumers from which none has ever known a world without internet or mobile phones has come of age. Here’s how to reach them.

Meet the Generation Z, also referred to as Gen Z, iGen, Centennials and possibly several other names. Oldest members of this generation were born in 1999. By the 2020 they will be the largest group of consumers worldwide, making up 2.6 billion people globally. Gen Z’s spending power is projected to be $44 billion. It is becoming crucial to reveal habits and attitudes of your future customers – without understanding them, you are losing potential future revenue. Continue reading