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HB Reavis Group welcomes new International Business Development Director

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Zinaida Vojnar has been appointed International Business Development Director for HB Reavis Group, and will be responsible for building and maintaining key occupier client relationships and creating business opportunities, the firm said in a press release today.

Zinaida Vojnar has 13 years experience in the real estate field, having worked for Orco Property Group, AEW Europe and GTC Real Estate Development. Vojnar is a graduate of Corvinus University in Budapest, with a bachelor’s degree in International Economics, and the Nottingham Trent University in the U.K., with a master’s degree in Real Estate Science. In addition to her native Hungarian, Vojnar speaks English German and French.

“We are very pleased to welcome Zinaida to our team. On account of her considerable international experience spanning over a decade, she will be a valuable addition to HB Reavis Group,” says HB Reavis board member, Radim Římánek.

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