April 30, 2014
http://computerworld.hu/computerworld/kulcs-az-ugyfel-szivehez.html - Hungarian IT news portal computerworld.hu reports: The directors of national and international companies, customer services, call centers and service centers and their partners met to discuss the strategic and pragmatic concerns of customer relations. CEU Business School Professor Gyorgy Bogel attended.
April 24, 2014
http://gazdasagiradio.hu/cimlap/robot-vagy-ember-legyen-az-ugyfelkapcsolati-vonal-vegen-1116 - Hungarian news portal gazdasagiradio.hu reports: Gyorgy Bogel, Professor at CEU Business School, lectures on the probability of encountering robots at customer service points.
April 22, 2014
http://www.orientpress.hu/127374 - Hungarian news portal orientpress.hu reports: CEU and IBM are launching a joint master’s program in preparation for the expected changes of business life and the job market. Quite unique in Europe, the Big Data master’s program will welcome economists, sociologists and other degree holders who wish to learn about the most recent methods of data usage. The program will be launched in 2015 following international higher educational accreditation.
April 14, 2014
http://www.marketinginfo.hu/hirek/article.php?id=31879 - Hungarian marketing news portal marketinginfo.hu reports: In 20 years, digital marketing has grown from being non-existent to representing a major part of doing business today. The roundtable looked at the state of digital marketing, including internet usage, product, communications, and distribution as well as opportunities and concerns related to "Big Data."
April 11, 2014
CEU Business School and the Embassy of Ireland, in association with the Irish Hungarian Business Circle and Enterprise Ireland, hosted their first Business Forum titled “Doing Business in Central Europe, Some Comparisons with Ireland” on April 9.
April 2, 2014
As much as business used to determine the direction technology took, today it is increasingly the other way around. Continuing in its capacity for bringing together industry leaders to discuss innovations, trends and strategies, CEU Business School hosted a round table discussion Wednesday evening to discuss the impact of computing and technology on business development and consumer marketing.
April 2, 2014
In the April issue of the Hungarian Forbes, CEU Business School Dean Mel Horwitch says one could not find a better business school in half the world. For copyright reasons, the article is available in the monthly magazine (Budapesttol Pekingig). The English translation of the article is attached.