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Krisztina Bélai named managing director of HBLF

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The Hungarian Business Leaders Forum (HBLF) announced the appointment of Krisztina Bélai as managing director, effective October.

After five years of working in strategic communications consulting in Germany, she returned to Hungary to take up her position at HBLF.

As secretary-general of the Direct and Interactive Marketing Association and the Association of Hungarian Confectionery Manufacturers, she gained experience in the management of a non-profit organization - including professional advocacy, PR, and communication. Prior to that, she was responsible for building the non-profit brand of SOS Children's Villages Hungary as chief communications officer and fundraising manager.
 
"I am delighted to join HBLF because its values in the field of social responsibility are absolute trendsetters, whether it is the X-Mentor program, which won this year's Mentor Oscar, the Diversity Charter or the Romaster Program. As the managing director of HBLF, I can see my main task as expanding membership and continuing our high-quality professional programs such as the CEO Forum, the Women Leaders Forum, and the HR Workshop. Next year, HBLF will celebrate its 30th anniversary, and we would like to organize a special exclusive celebration event," Bélai said.

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