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Meet the Expat CEO of the Year Nominees

Awards

The BBJ Expat CEO of the Year Gala is just around the corner and the videos introducing this year's three shortlisted candidates are here.

This year's nominees for the award are Veronika Spanarova, managing director and country head for Citi Hungary; managing director and speaker of the board for CLAAS Hungária Andreas Szakácsi; and Novartis Hungary country president Matt Zeller.

Veronika Spanarova:

 

Andreas Szakácsi:

 

Matt Zeller:

 

The Budapest Business Journal, Hungary’s leading business biweekly publication, founded the Expat CEO of the Year award in 2015 to recognize the efforts of expat CEOs in Hungary, both for their companies and the country. The title is awarded to the person living and working in Hungary who has done the most for this country’s development and international recognition through their professionalism and outstanding achievements last year. 

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