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The Recycler Live welcomes Zoltan Matyas

May 21, 2018

With this year’s summer conference just around the corner, the latest star speaker has been confirmed.

The Recycler Live: Budapest takes place over the 21st and 22nd of June, at the Corinthia Hotel, and will see a plethora of industry experts and delegates coming together to network, collaborate, and share their wealth of experience and insight.

The conference will also feature a packed schedule of workshops, talks, and seminars, with the latest speaker to be announced today as Zoltan Matyas, wta Carsten Weser’s Business Development Manager.

Matyas is one of the remanufacturing industry’s biggest names, and he boats more than fifteen years of aftermarket knowledge and experience. He is considered an expert in developing digital marketing and social media strategies for B2B and B2C operations, doing so for businesses both inside and outside the industry.

He has worked for some of the aftermarket’s key players, including more than a decade at Uninet, and holds a Masters degree in Social Media and Digital Marketing from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra. His talk at conference will discuss this subject further, and will examine how remanufacturers can reap the benefits of effective social media presence; it also promises an in-depth look at the most significant trends in digital marketing in 2018.

Matyas joins a wide variety of speakers already confirmed for The Recycler Live: Budapest, including Scott OdomAntonio SanchezJackie CookPeter Csucska, and Volker Kappius. The conference will once again be hosted by Lightwords Director Peter Mayhew, and is taking place in association with ETIRA, and with the generous support of our sponsors: Biuromax, Connett & Unland, Heinz Dempski, Lightworks, Messe Frankfurt, Speed Infotech, and wta Carsten Weser.

Registration is open now and tickets can be purchased by clicking here. To read more about the conference, be sure to visit our dedicated pages, here.

 

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