New appointments at Invitech

Deals

As of May, a well-known professional in the Hungarian ICT market, Csaba Bőthe, will take over the marketing and business support department at Invitech. Several other positions at Invitech will be filled by internal promotions.

Csaba Bőthe

Albert Kis will become deputy CEO at Invitech, responsible for corporate sales and network development. Operative deputy CEO Áron Javorniczky has decided to leave the company after 14 years. 

Two new chief directors will be appointed: László Marton as head of the department of corporate and government partners; and Zsolt Kemendi, responsible for the development of IT services and the whole IT and technical department.

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