Gránit Pólus appoints business development director

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Gránit Pólus Group has named Attila Prosits as its business development director, after he headed the capitalʼs WestEnd City Center mall successfully for nearly ten years, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

With the creation of the new position, the group aims at opening up possibilities for third parties to cooperate with Gránit Pólus in building financial successes for their own commercial properties, utilizing the groupʼs 25 years of experience and knowledge in property operation.

Prosits has two decades of experience in the real estate development and operation industry. His commercial work was recognized with a Gábor Klauzál Prize. He is a board member of the Hungarian Association of Shopping Centers (MBSZ) since 2010, also joining the Economic Council of the Hungarian Olympic Committee as a regular member in 2014.

The newly appointed director earned his International Masterʼs in Management degree from Purdue University (U.S.) and the TIAS School for Business and Society (Netherlands).

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