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Challenge Day has developed into the biggest leisure sports event in Hungary.
Coca‑Cola HBC’s fourth integrated report provides details on all aspects of business, governance and sustainability performance, and celebrates a year of strong results and achievements. Our efforts in the area of sustainability are being recognised, with Coca‑Cola HBC being the industry European and global leader amongst beverage companies in the Dow Jones World and Europe Sustainability Indices (DJSI) for two consecutive years.
Participants in the national Student Management Championship, to be held for the 20th time this year, can manage a virtual Coca‑Cola factory.
Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary partners with Gruppo Campari for the sales and distribution of the leading brands Campari, Aperol, Cinzano and Carolans in the Hungarian market, further enhancing its premium spirits business and building further on synergies with its core non-alcoholic beverage portfolio.
Within the framework of the I Love Duna programme, supported by Coca‑Cola Hungary, water quality will be monitored throughout the summer in the Danube Bend, including Szentendre, Dunabogdány, Kisoroszi, Leányfalu, Pócsmegyer, Szigetmonostor, Tahitótfalu, and for the first time ever in Zebegény as well. Regular measurements in the eight settlements have been carried out by the National Public Health and Medical Officer Service (ÁNTSZ) since May, and this year's final measurement will take place in September.
Visitors to the Valley of Arts festival in Kapolcs had the chance to acquaint themselves with Coca‑Cola HBC’s sustainability areas at an unusual theatre performance. Gergely Kiss, three-time Olympic water polo player and Coca‑Cola's Wake Your Body Ambassador, was the guest of honour at Hungary's first sustainability report performed on stage to a full house.
For several years running, Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary has offered its support to the Hungarian Food Bank Association, donating products, not only in the Christmas season but continuously throughout the year.
Current employee Kata Bányai has become our new marketing director, while György Galántai is the newly appointed sales director. Meanwhile, former general commercial director László Békefi will take on duties as sales director of the Coca‑Cola HBC Group in Poland.
Management at Coca‑Cola HBC Ltd’s plant in Dunaharaszti will be restructured as of 1 February of this year. The current director of the factory, Gábor Turányi, will be joining the Sustainability (QSE) team at Group level; he will hand over the reins to current deputy director of the factory, Zoltán Pataki.
The Hungarian Leisure Sports Association has extended the registration deadline so towns and townships can register for Hungary’s biggest leisure sports event until May 11 at the latest.