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Invitel holds InnoMax Klub for third time

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Hungarian telco Invitel organized its third InnoMax Klub partner event focused on how change affects our lives and businesses on a daily basis, according to a press release issued by the company.

“Itʼs worthwhile to think outside the box of ICT and bring in ideas from history, biology and economics that we can benefit from,” Invitel Chief Operative Director Imre Mártha said at the opening of the event. “Changes are happening around us all the time,” he added.

Biochemist and network researcher Professor Péter Csermely, historian Péter Antalffy, and economist Professor Ákos Péter Bod delivered presentations at the event, focusing on change and providing definitions and examples from their fields of expertise. The presentations were followed by a roundtable meeting on the real nature of change, and how to adjust to changes in our personal and business lives.

“I am convinced that the meeting of such different points of view, and such discussions are beneficial for our professional and personal development”, the chief operative director said in closing the event.

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