Microsoft Hungary welcomes new CEO

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The Hungarian subsidiary of Microsoft appointed Gabriella Szentkuti as its CEO to take effect tomorrow, July 1, while István Papp will leave the position to work in the Asian-Pacific region’s sales, marketing and services branch, the firm announced today.

Szentkuti has been with the firm for four years, working as a strategic director. In her former position she played an important role in setting achievable goals for the firm and reaching them. She has nearly 20 years experience in business development, sales and marketing.

“Today Microsoft offers international skills, which make it possible for us to achieve so much more. Our solutions have an effect on the lives and businesses of millions, therefore the rejuvenation of the brand will mean innovation for many people and businesses. It is an honor and also a great challenge for me, as the first female leader at Microsoft, to be a part of this important era,” Szentkuti said.

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