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Avnet TS welcomes new regional communications chief

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The Hungarian unit of U.S.-based Avnet Technology Solutions, a global leader in technology distribution, has seen the appointment of Tibor Kaczur as the new chief of regional marketing and PR, Avnet TS Magyarország reported today in a press release.

The Hungarian unit has been operating since 1998. Kaczur joined the company in April 2012. Before that he worked as a senior consultant at Hill & Knowltonnál, as well as for Hochegger Com and Café PR agencies.

“We have been traveling around Balkan countries since last summer, and we have seen great potential in the companies of the region. I am sure that by making Avnet TS’s knowledge base and global network available for experts of the region, we can open business opportunities for them,” Kaczur said. “It is important that the expansion is operated in Hungary, because this way we can help Hungarian companies who see expansion possibilities abroad. Many Hungarian IT companies have already approached us, whom we can help in international expansion” Kaczur added.

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