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Unilever Hungary welcomes new leader

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Regina Kuzmina was appointed Regional Manager for Unilever Hungary and Adria region as of August 1, while becoming the member of CEE manager board at the same time, an announcement released yesterday reveals

She started working for Unilever being responsible for the region of Russia-Ukrian-Byelorussia in 1997, and has been working in various positions for the last 18 years, such as marketing and media communication. For the past four years she was the sales manager of the aforementioned region.

“It is an honor for me that I can lead an excellent team,” the new manager said. “The business successes of the last couple of years speak for themselves: excellent professionalism, tendentiousness, strong commitment, speed and entrepreneurial attitude characterizes my new, victorious team,” the professional added. She noted that it is not her aim to “improve the business, but to make it more successful.”

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