Wáberer reaches finals of EYʼs World Entrepreneur of the Year

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György Wáberer, the founder of Hungarian road haulage company Wabererʼs International, is in the international finals of EY’s World Entrepreneur of the Year, to be held in Monte Carlo on June 3-7, a press release said today.

“It is the result of decades of work and is a real Hungarian success what György Waberer represents in the finals of EY’s World Entrepreneur of the Year,” István Havas CEO of EY Hungary said. “We find the recognition of Hungarian successes important, as they can provide an example for the key factors of the Hungarian economy,” the expert added.

“A successful businessman always walks its own way, seeks for new solutions and is not afraid of taking business risks,” Wáberer said.

The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award honors those who build market-leading companies that "make communities, countries and the world a better place". EY claims to "chronicle their innate ability to create new products and services, transform organizations, enrich lives and contribute to the vibrancy of national economies."

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