Schneider Electric Hungary welcomes new sales director

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Mihály Radev was appointed sales director of the IT branch of the Hungarian subsidiary of energy management and automatization firm Schneider Electric, filling the position as of January, according to a press release issued yesterday.

Radev has been working in the field for 12 years, and has been a part of the Schneider team for the past seven years, the press release said. He was responsible for the entire distribution network of APC by Schneider Electric products and solutions. He is the creator of a partner program within the company, which raised sales by approximately 30%, the press release noted.

“I am happy that I can continue my career with the company in a position with more responsibilities,” Radev said. He added that he plans to dedicate himself to building the company’s presence in the sector on a firm foundation, according to the press release.

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