Predrag Djurdjevic is a graduate of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade, Serbia, where he obtained a degree in electronics and telecommunications.
He began his career as an installation engineer at Telefonkabl in 1974. Three years later he moved to the Yugoslav State Institute as a development and system engineer, radio technology, private and public telecommunications network. In 1991 he returned to Telefonkabl, this time as its chief executive engineer at CTO. His initial responsibilities included the deployment of fibre-optic cable in the former Yugoslavia. He was later involved in the installation of PDH Digital Transmission Systems over optical-fibre cables.
In 2002 he joined Serbia Broadband (SBB) as CTO, where he developed the broadband network and introduced Wi-Fi access points. He planned the technical aspects of the DTH Total TV services and the development of the D3 service over the cable TV HFC network.