ASB Group appoints Dan Ledvinka to head business development


ABS Group, a professional outsourcing provider, has appointed Dan Ledvinka as its new group head of business development and marketing for the CEE region, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Ledvinka will be responsible for leading and coordinating marketing, public and media relations across the region.

“I am grateful that I can be a part of the expansion, dynamic growth and, last but not least, a great team,” Ledvinka said. “It will continue to be my challenge to strengthen the position and image of ASB Group in the key CEE countries.”

Ledvinka joined the group last year as business development manager, with more than six years of experience in the field. Previously, he worked for Mladá fronta, one of the biggest publishing houses in the Czech Republic, as well as Media Events Company, a marketing, PR, and PA agency. He is also the organizer of the Prague Capital Market Summit.

“In the last year, we have been developing transaction advisory services across our CEE offices,” said ASB Group’s Managing Partner Petr Studnicka. “We also started implementing our expansion on the Hungarian market and opened a new office in Budapest. Danʼs background, his experience in marketing and business development, will help us with our plans and I am convinced Dan will further improve our services provided to our clients and partners.”


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