Microsoft Hungary welcomes new leaders

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Gabriella Bábel is being promoted to lead Microsoft Hungary’s corporate segment as of July 1, while her earlier position – leader of the residential segment – will be filled by Péter Szabó as of July 15, according to a press statement issued by Microsoft today.

Bábel joined the company in 2001, worked as a leader of the corporate telecommunication segment since 2007, was transferred to the team responsible for the residential segment five years ago and became its leader in 2013. 

Szabó, who has 17 years of FMCG experience, comes to Microsoft by way of Unilever. During his tenure at Unilever, he worked as a manager in Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia Herzegovina.

“Microsoft sees the world as cloud-based and mobile friendly … therefore we refer to these two trends together, as inseparable,” Bábel said.

“Microsoft aims to make its users more productive … which is an exciting way to proceed, and that makes me happy to join the team,” Szabó said.

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