The winners

  • The winners in 2019

    The winners of the “For a Sustainable Future” prize in 2019:  LEADING WOMAN AWARD: Nóra Horváth-Magyary Country Communication Officer K&H Bank Group Nóra Horváth-Magyary is an innovative, guiding leader who creates strong leverage for achieving demanding goals that have social impacts that go far beyond the company.     Krisztina Petrényiné Szabó Group Downstream Business Development Director MOL Group Mrs. Szabó is an innovative, inspirational leader with outstanding professional and human qualities. She has made a significant impact in the field of sustainability, both in relation to and beyond her job.     Hajnalka Széll HR Director Auchan Hungary Ms. Széll is a dedicated, solution-focused leader who is committed to promoting diversity. Throughout her whole career she has worked consistently, constantly and comprehensively to foster equal opportunity for all.   CHANGE LEADER AWARD:   László Ilics Deputy CEO, Chief Issurance Officer Non-Life and responsible for COO area Generali Insurance Co. Mr. IIics always thinks in the long term, boldly challenging conventional methods and introducing new and effective solutions. His role in developing the MyNetwork program which breaks with the stereotypes of the insurance sector has been of particular merit, and he has taken a clearly new approach to advisory recruitment […]
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  • The Winners in 2020

    The winners of the “For a Sustainable Future” Award in 2020: CHANGE LEADER AWARD: Ágnes Kovács managing director Sió-Eckes Kft. Ágnes Kovács is an exemplary individual, both in human and professional terms, who strengthens her company with innovative, forward-looking solutions. Her outstanding activities have been demonstrated both in terms of business results and the management of people. Her focus is on promoting sustainability, which cannot slow down even during a pandemic. In recent times, the health of workers and the retention of their jobs has been a priority for her.   SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AWARD: The “Subsidies provided by Coca-Cola Hungary in the first phase of the COVID-19 pandemic” program earned the award for its extremely quick response to the pandemic. During the program, significant financial and professional support was provided to the Red Cross. Business goals were subordinated to a nobler goal, while employees were also involved in volunteering tasks. In addition to helping inform society, the mobilization program also helped those in need. The award was received by Péter Kerekes, Managing Director of Coca-Cola Hungary, and László Békefi, Managing Director of Coca-Cola HBC Magyarország Kft.   Generali’s “Life-long partnership during a pandemic” program really attracted the jury’s attention. The […]
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  • The winners in 2018

    The winners of the “For a Sustainable Future” prize in 2018:   LEADING WOMAN PRIZE:   Zdravka Demeter Bubalo HR Director, MOL Group …who is a proactive, strategic thinker and as a cooperative leader operating beyond Hungary’s borders is playing an active role in promoting gender equality to increase the opportunities of women and girls, thereby personally contributing to the achievement of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.     Anita Urbán HR Director, Grundfos ….who is always thinking long-term, and as a committed and innovative leader is actively involved in creating high-quality workplaces with flexible forms of employment and opportunities for lifelong learning, thereby personally contributing to the achievement of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.     Barbara Verő Head of HR, Nestlé …who is an innovative, inspirational leader that constantly questions the usual processes, and goes beyond normal company activities through promoting the employment of young people, talent management, and a start-up culture. Through her sustainable employment activities, she is contributing personally to meeting the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.     CHANGE LEADER PRIZE:   Ferenc Molnár Owner, Managing Director, Ilcsi Szépítő Füvek …who is an innovative and environmentally conscious leader and pioneer at producing professional, certified, […]
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  • The winners in 2017

    The winners of the For a Sustainable Future prize in 2017: Leading Women Prize: Kamilla Csomai  CEO, MAVIR; Andrea Istenesné Solti, Shell Hungary; Márta Pálfalvi Human Resources and Corporate Affairs Director, Heineken Hungary; Mónika Vörös HR leader Hungary-Adria and Food Solutions South-Eastern Europe, Unilever Hungary; Change Leader Prize: Károly Kovács Managing Director, BDL Plc.; László Károlyi CEO, Legrand Hungary. Business Solution prize: ’No single bite of food can be wasted’ program
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