October 13, 2015
The Demjan Group, owned by one of Hungary’s most prominent businessman Sandor Demjan, has donated € 1 million to establish a migration fund to support improving conditions for refugee children currently in Hungary or on the borders of the country. The fund will be used to buy food, clothing, finance domestic travel, healthcare and to produce information materials and assist civilians and authorities who are working to resolve the situation. CEU Business School alumna Borbala Czako (IMC'90) has been appointed to chair the fund.
April 3, 2015
The Hungarian edition of Forbes magazine named CEU alumna Borbala Czako, global partner at Ernst & Young, one of the 50 most influential women in business in Hungary. Czako earned an MBA from CEU Business School in 1990, and won CEU’s 20th Anniversary Alumni Hero award in 2011.
March 10, 2015
Laszlo Torok (BUS’08), CEO of Grundfos Magyarorszag Gyarto Kft in Tatabanya, Hungary, was named Entrepreneur of the Year by the Hungarian National Association of Entrepreneurs and Employers (NAEE). Upon receiving his mechanical engineering degree, Torok further specialized in design for manufacturing and assembly training. After 10 years of on-hand engineering and managerial experience, he continued his studies at CEU Business School and Purdue University in the IMM Global MBA program.
February 10, 2015
CEU Business School alumnus Ashwin Kutty (IMM, '04), president and CEO at WeUsThem Inc., has been named as Business Person of the Year by The Halifax Chamber of Commerce in Nova Scotia, Canada. The Business Person of the Year Award recognizes business people who demonstrate the best Halifax has to offer. Rewarding leaders and innovators who are prepared to take chances and stretch the limits of success.