PwC Hungary Appoints Tourism Advisory Team Head

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PwC Hungary has announced the appointment of Bálint Rippert as the head of its tourism advisory team.

Rippert assumed his new position on August 1.

The expert previously worked at the Hungarian Tourism Agency. After joining in 2016, he was involved in several key projects, such as the development of the National Tourism Development Strategy 2030. He also contributed to the development and implementation of the National Tourism Data Supply Center. Earlier in his career, he gained project management experience in public administration and e-learning development. 

PwC says that the new tourism advisory team leader's main objective is to promote the market entry and successful operation of Hungarian tourism service providers and tourist attractions and to build effective partnerships within the sector.

Rippert considers it important for PwC Hungary's tourism advisory team to become a regional player and support the development of tourism in Hungary and other European countries in international projects. 

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