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Whoʼs News is presenting Zsuzsa Krizbai-Orbán (Head of Marketing and Communications at Hays Hungary), Dániel Gera (Senior Lawyer at Schoenherr Hetényi Attorneys at Law) and Marianne Langsteiner (Residential Deputy CEO at Invitel).
HAYS HUNGARY/HEAD OF MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS
Zsuzsa Krizbai-Orbán has been appointed Marketing Manager for the Hungarian market at Hays Hungary. She has extensive experience in all aspects of marketing and PR, digital communication and social media management. Before joining HAYS, she worked for the BIG4 advisory firm EY as Brand, Marketing & Communications Business Partner. In this newly created role, she will be responsible for leading a combined marketing and communications function, and continue to strengthen the HAYS brand in Hungary and support the Group’s objectives.
SCHOENHERR HETÉNYI ATTORNEYS AT LAW/SENIOR LAWYER
Dániel Gera was appointed new senior lawyer of Schoenherr Hetényi Attorneys at Law in Budapest as of February 2015. Gera arrived from Gideʼs Budapest office and he started his career at PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal. He specializes in corporate and employment law, he is an author and regular presenter in these topics. "The nearly 10 yearsʼ experience and knowledge of Dániel Gera provides a significant competitive advantage for our constantly expanding law office," said Kinga Hetényi, the managing partner of Schoenherr Hungary.
INVITEL/RESIDENTIAL DEPUTY CEO
Marianne Langsteiner has been appointed Residential Deputy CEO at Invitel, effective immediately. Langsteiner has been the Marketing Director of Invitel since 2012. Her main duties involved the establishment of a client-centered and competitive product portfolio. She has two decades of experience in the domestic telecommunications sector. Invitel CEO David Blunck noted that “Marianne played a significant role in the success of a service strategy centered on television. Invitel’s revenues from TV services doubled in the past two years, exceeding our expectations”. Langsteiner said that it is an “honor” for her take her new position. “High quality services are provided by our client-centered colleagues and continued network development program. Our main aim is to make TV and internet a great experience for the whole family”, Langsteiner added.
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