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DVM group announces arrival of 3 key professionals

Appointments

Construction industry company DVM group announced the appointment of three experienced professionals in order to bring additional stability and competitiveness to the fields of administration and sales.

“The DVM group is being joined by three very strong individuals. With them, we will be able to further advance our strategy for growth. In our industry, continuous renewal is critical in order for us to be able to meet the challenges dictated by the market. The company will rely on the results-oriented approach, experiences and contact networks of our new associates in a number of areas. They will help make it possible to implement innovations in our internal and external processes and channels simultaneously,” said DVM group managing partner Tibor Massányi.

Gyöngyvér Budai named HR director

Gyöngyvér Budai joined the DVM group team in the spring of 2022 as HR director. She obtained a degree in human resources management in 2008; during her final year in college, she held a full-time position at Budapest Bank, the Hungarian member of GE Money. In the time she spent there, she collected significant experience in the fields of recruitment and selection, organizational development and as an internal trainer dealing specifically with leadership development and career management. Supporting the IT field, she also had the opportunity to participate in international projects; following a change in the ownership of the bank, she held a key position in the restructuring of recruitment and performance assessment systems and processes.

Budai then continued her career at Raiffeisen Bank, where she relied on her experiences from previous years to provide support with her team to nearly 1,000 people. Her main tasks included organizational and leadership development as well as teambuilding.

Her tasks include reforming and solidifying HR processes and systems, leadership training and development, the continuous development of recruitment and boosting employer presence in the construction industry market.

Tibor Oláh appointed finance director

Appointed in March 2022, Tibor Oláh is responsible for handling and controlling the company group’s corporate finances, in addition to ensuring smooth collaboration with partners and relevant service providers. As finance director, he oversees not only the financial activities of the DVM group, but also plays a role in the coordination of process development tasks stemming from the growth of the company group.

Oláh has a degree in economics, having completed his studies in Germany in 1993. He started his professional career as an auditor with Deloitte, where he participated in audits of Hungarian subsidiaries of international corporations. Beginning in 2001, he served as financial director at the ELMŰ-ÉMÁSZ Group, responsible for financial, accounting and tax activities, in addition to membership on the supervisory committees of three subsidiaries. He participated in international projects and played a key role in the introduction of integrated business administration systems and a document archival system.

He first encountered the construction industry through an Austrian-owned general contracting company. He has collected a broad range of experiences in different sectors including pharmaceutical wholesale and companies working in the hotel industry, where he oversaw their financial activities. Immediately prior to joining the DVM group, he served as financial department head at Semmelweis University.

András Vissy joins as account manager

András Vissy earned his degree in economics in 2016 at the International Business School (IBS). During his studies, he applied for internships at several Hungarian companies focusing in each case on the real estate market.

In 2015, he joined Arkon Zrt. (today known as Ingatlan.com Zrt.), where he was responsible for sales activity and consulting related to the media surfaces of the Ingatlan.com and Iroda.hu group. This provided him with insight into the sales and communications processes of the largest Hungarian developers, while also establishing a unique network of his own contacts.

In 2020, he joined the team of Epronex Építő Zrt., where he was in charge of sales, business development, and communications tasks.

He holds a complex position at the DVM group, dealing not only with development and sales of existing services in the field of fit-out but also being responsible for the company’s client contacts.

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