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DVM group names new communications & marketing director

Appointments

Attila Vámosi

As the next step of its brand-building process, DVM group has renewed its communication and marketing department, appointing Attila Vámosi as communications & marketing director

The new director brings aboard some six years of experience gained in the construction industry.

DVM group started this year with a new corporate strategy, in which the communication area will have a key role. This development trend serves to allow the company to meet its market-oriented strategic objectives more efficiently, the firm says.

Highlighting the cornerstones of the organization, managing partner Tibor Massányi stressed: “It is the integrated services that represent the future in the dynamically developing environment of the construction industry, which is why we are setting up our corporate structure, and with it our communication area, to support this. The company no longer considers this area as a service apparatus, but as a key element of business acquisition.”

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