Hungary

Established in 2008, Hungary has become one of the most active Regional Groups within our network.

EACD Regional Debate in Hungary

Tuesday 29 September 2015
Event: 
EACD
Location: 
C³ Atelier

The EACD invites you to our next Regional Debate in Hungary which will take place on September 29th from 10.00 to 12.00 at C3 Atelier in Budapest. The topic of the event will be "Creating communication value through listening, messaging, and measurement - discussing the findings of the 2015 European Communication Monitor".
We are looking forward to welcoming our speaker Florence Ranson, Director of Communications at FoodDrinkEurope and Managing Vice President of the EACD.
Florence Ranson joined FoodDrinkEurope in April 2014, after 12 years as Head of Communications at the European Banking Federation. She is responsible among other things for media relations and CSR. Previously, she was Secretary General of the European Advertising Tripartite, the European organisation representing advertisers, communications agencies and media. For 7 years, she also was Manager of Team Europe, a European Commission network of conference speakers. In 2006, she was elected Managing Vice President of the European Association of Communication Directors. She is also Co-chair of the jury of the European Excellence Awards, member of the jury of the CAP Comm Awards and of the Europcom Advisory Board. She is a regular speaker at communication events focusing on financial services, European issues and public affairs. Florence holds a degree in English as well as a degree in international relations and political sciences. Based in Brussels, she has been working in European public affairs and communication for over 20 years.
The event will take place at C³ Atelier, 1138 Budapest, Madarász Viktor str. 47-49. Participation will be free of charge, compliments of the EACD. Please note, that the event will be held in English. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us at hungary@eacd-online.eu.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to our debate!