Laszlo Igneczi, the new Administrative manager of the BEREC Office, has taken up his duties in Riga
01 April 2014
Today, Mr Laszlo Igneczi has taken office as Administrative Manager of the BEREC Office. He immediately took the opportunity to introduce himself to all BEREC Office staff that warmly welcomed him in his first day at the Office in Riga (see the Photo Gallery). Mr Igneczi has said “I’m deeply honored to have the opportunity to contribute in facing up to the BEREC Office current and future challenges. I will do my best to meet the expectations and to confirm the confidence shown by the Management Committee of the BEREC Office that appointed me in its last Plenary in Stockholm”.
The BEREC Chair 2014 Goran Marby regarding the hand-over at BEREC Office has said:
"I look forward to working with Mr László Ignéczi and would like to welcome him to BEREC. I would also like to thank Mr Ando Rehemaa for his commitment to build the BEREC Office during his term from 2010 to 2013."
In the kick off meeting at the Office the new Administrative Manager has shared with the team his initial plans aiming at creating a cooperative and productive work environment: Mr Igneczi has underlined he strongly believes that a team is successful when it is based on excellent personal performance, when ethic and quality have high importance and when human focus is never missed.
NOTE FOR THE EDITORS:
Before being appointed as Administrative manager of the BEREC Office, Mr László Ignéczi was the First secretary, attaché, at the Permanent Representation of Hungary to the European Union (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) in Brussels for 5 years.
He was responsible for information society issues, audio-visual matters, space policy and postal services: he represented Hungary in the respective Council Working groups; liaising with Commission services and European Parliament groups. Particularly, he chaired, among the others, the Telecommunication Working group during the Hungarian presidency in 2011.
Beforehand, he served in the Hungarian Ministry of Economy and Transport and in Ministry for Information and Communications.
At the beginning of his career, he worked in the private sector in the electronic communication area.
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