Indotek Group Appoints Int'l Sales Director


Indotek Group has appointed András Kovács as international sales director to support the company's growing international presence, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Kovács is the company's sales director who will continue to oversee sales in Hungary even after his appointment. He will be responsible for international office (non-retail), warehouse and logistics real estate sales, as well as leasing activities.

The creation of the new position was necessitated by the dynamic growth of the company's international real estate portfolio and ambitious expansion plans, Indotek explains.

"Expansion abroad is a priority for Indotek Group, and in the future, we would like to focus even more on our international presence. This requires a highly structured and efficient sales activity. It is therefore essential that the implementation of the sales strategy is coordinated and concentrated in one hand. During his almost seven years with our company, considering our domestic sales activities, András has proven his ability to develop and effectively operate a high-quality and efficient sales strategy," says Dániel Jellinek, the company's founding CEO.

"We are looking to leverage this existing knowledge and expertise by extending his role as sales director and implementing it into the operation of our overseas portfolio. I am convinced that thanks to András' expertise, Indotek's international expansion will be achieved at the highest level," he adds.

Kovács has been with Indotek Group since 2016 and has a total of more than two decades of experience in the real estate industry. Previously, he spent nine years in various areas of real estate sales at Tesco Hungary and was the regional leasing director of Orco Property Group for four years, and prior to joining Indotek, he managed his own businesses for five years.

The company is currently active in 12 countries outside Hungary: it has commercial, retail, and industrial properties as well as hotels for example in Italy, Romania, Spain, Greece, Serbia, Croatia, Poland, and Portugal.


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