Hungary’s euroAWK welcomes new leader

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Dr. Péter Czerok was appointed a leader in the management of the Hungarian subsidiary of German-owned euroAWK GmbH, according to a press release issued today.

The tasks of Czerok include management of offers, pricing and contracts, as well as communication with current clients and coordination of running campaigns.

“The most interesting part of my job is the supervision of the introduction of the Czech MGE Data developed campaign optimizing system called IMS,” Czerok said.

Along with announcing the appointment, Bärbel Nieten, the CEO of both the German company and its Hungarian subsidiary euroAWK Outdoor Kft., announced he is planning to introduce a campaign-optimizing system in Hungary, a solution already used on international markets, the press statement reported. 

“The group is planning long-term in the Hungarian market, therefore our aim is to … have the Hungarian operations in the hands of leaders, who are able to effectively support the company’s new strategy,” Nieten said.

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