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EY: Hungarian businessmen receive awards

Awards

Four Hungarian business men were awarded the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards, EY consultancy informed Hungarian news agency MTI this weekend. The awards are sponsored by EY, and are held in more than 140 cities in more than 50 countries worldwide. 

► György Waberer, chairman-CEO of Hungarian road haulage company Waberer’s International won the "Businessman of the Year" award.

► Sándor Zettwitz, head of medical diagnostics equipment maker 77 Elektronika won the "Role Model" award.

► Balázs Rózsa, owner of Femtonics, a developer of laser scanning microscopes, won the "Bold Innovator" title.

► Zoltán Gyorkó, co-founder of IT security software developer Balabit IT, won the "Promise of the Future" award.

The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award honors those who build market-leading companies that "make communities, countries and the world a better place". EY claims to "chronicle their innate ability to create new products and services, transform organizations, enrich lives and contribute to the vibrancy of national economies."

 

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