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Invitel welcomes new corporate director

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Invitel, Hungarian telecommunication service provider, assigns László Marton, former business developer at Invitel, to the position of director for large enterprises and government sector, the company announced in a press release today.

According to the announcement, Marton will be responsible for coordinating the companyʼs info-communication sales.

The press release noted that the appointment of Marton is part of Invitelʼs significant changes in its corporate and wholesale trade structure. The aim of the structural change is to increase the companyʼs share on the information technology and info-communication market. 

"After we came up with new strategic initiatives, we thought that it was time to transform our company and place a larger emphasis on info-communication," said Áron Javorniczky,  Chief Operating Officer, Corporate and Wholesale Business. 

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