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EY Hungary welcomes new communications chief

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Stefanie Orsolya Ludvig has been appointed communication chief of EY Hungary, responsible for brand communication and the planning and controlling of the firm’s PR and marketing activities, according to a press release issued today.

Ludvigʼs duties will focus on the marketing and communication support of the various branches of EY Hungary, with plans to increase the reach of EY’s brand across the country.

With 20 years of experience in the PR field, Ludvig worked for Siemens Hungary and prior to that as the director of her own communications and marketing agency. She has been a presidential member of the Business Council for Sustainable Development in Hungary (BCSDH) since 2013.

EY Hungary, which has been in operation for almost 25 years, employs a staff of nearly 600.

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