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UNICEO® organized its first Leaders Meeting in Budapest

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With a January 21 event at the Kempinski Corvinus Hotel UNICEO® (United Networks of International Corporate Event Organizers) the international association bringing together senior decision-makers in charge of corporate events representing blue chip companies launched the opening of its network in Hungary.

As part of the development strategy, the association led by Monika Mantuano, will organize several events in the country, most of them in Budapest.

The first event, at the Kempinski Corvinus Hotel on January 21, brought together more than 30 Hungarian companies.

Monika Mantuano, commercial marketing manager at HP and Vice President of UNICEO Hungary said: ”This first event brought together Hungarian companies, Members and future Members of UNICEO. It was the first of its kind in our country and the kickoff meeting for UNICEO development. We are convinced that UNICEO will contribute 

to greatly professionalize and improve its Members events and give a better visibility to our roles with regards to top management and the industry in Hungary.“

Debora Piovesan, Vice President for UNICEO International, noted the value that Hungary brings to the Network.

“Hungary is an important area for UNICEO development in central Europe as Budapest is step by step climbing to the top of the best European cities to organize corporate events,” she said. “We strongly believe in the success of an Hungarian based UNICEO Network.”


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