Visual Europe Group is one of the biggest operators in the Central and Easter European event technology market. So far, it has carried out projects in more than 13 countries and employs around 200 people. Last year, it was responsible for more than 1200 live, hybrid and digital events. It has more than 15 years of experience in designing, constructing and operating audio-visual technical systems.
Visual Europe Group is an outstanding event technology provider in the operation of event venues, as well as in the conceptualisation and implementation of individual events, including the Sziget Festival, the Women’s Handball Final4, Hungexpo, Budapest Park and the Puskás Arena, which was built for the 2020 European Football Championship. The company has won numerous awards in recent years, including the most prestigious professional awards such as the BEA World Festival or the Gold Medal at the Eventex Awards. It won 7 awards in Eventex final this year and is also a member of the Eventex 500 list, which ranks the world’s most influential companies of the global event industry ecosystem.
The company opens local offices in 4 European countries this year, including Spain, and aims to become a key player in the MICE sector. The Spanish Country Manager position is still open so candidates with outstanding professional backgrounds in the sector are invited to send their applications to email@example.com. The goal is to find a leader with client-side experience who can help the company’s clients from conceptualization to the last step of implementation in accordance with our values and vision.
The Polish and Czech offices have already started their operations and are led by renowned experts. The Polish Country Manager, Roman Mioduszewski, has more than 15 years of experience in business tourism, and was the founder and head of the Warsaw branch of the Liberty International Tourism Group. The Czech Country Manager, Mauricio Guerrero, has also gained significant experience in the MICE sector in Central Europe, Latin America and Asia, overseeing the Pegasus Group’s business tourism responsibilities between Vienna and Beijing for more than 10 years. The Ljubljana office will also be up and running shortly.
“We want to become a key player in Spain’s MICE sector. The event industry suffered a lot during the Covid pandemic, however thanks to the stable background, innovative approach and unique expertise of Visual Europe Group, it has survived the crisis and has become stronger. We are optimistic about the future. The great value of our on-site presence in Madrid is that we can connect more directly with our customers and join projects from the beginning” says János F. Fazakas, Chief Global Strategist of Visual Europe Group.
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