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I’m Reka,

Marketing and PR consultant, first-time blogger. A huge stand-up comedy and Star Wars fan and someone who believes that creativity and being organized can go hand in hand.

With over 6 years of experience in many fields of marketing such as social media, branding, design and digital project management, product marketing and PR I’ve helped companies from micro to multinational ones with wildly different profiles to strengthen their relationship with their customers and make their first steps or expand online.

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As a child you often hear the question: What do you want to do when you grow up? Well, I could not give an exact answer even years later, however I’ve always known how I wanted to work. I aimed for something creative and dynamic but systematic where I have the possibility to converse and cooperate with people.

Looking back I realized all my studies and jobs were leading to this direction each focusing on a certain part of the relationship between businesses and the society.

2009 – 2013

The beginning of the journey: PR, university and the smell of french fries

My first love was PR

I still remember the moment when we met first: I was about 16 sitting in the huge round table at my parent’s house when my dad arrived from a workshop he attended. He started to talk about a presentation – performed by a PR professional.

I felt like - I found it! That's me!

As there were no dedicated PR majors in Hungary back then I’ve started learning Social Studies in 2009 and Communication in 2010. Also, I’ve started my “career” at McDonald’s – like two universities wouldn’t be enough for me 🙂

After 1,5 year I was just fed up with the constant smell of oil,

waking up at 5 o’clock or working 8 hours after school, so I said to myself: I quit this. It’s time to find a job, that fits me.

That’s how I ended up at MorphoCom in 2011 as a PR intern, taking my first professional steps working with clients like Dell, Apple, Noreg, Huawei or OKI.

By the summer of 2013 I had two Bachelor's degree and zero clue what I want to do

The pink fog of love felt for PR slowly started to fade away and turned into a friendship – instead of a lifelong commitment.

So, I went with the flow and became an account manager

I was at a web design/web development company – and I’m still extremely happy with this decision. During this 2,5 years, I’ve learnt more about websites, design and branding than ever before and formed an amazing friendsip there. Furthermore I’ve learnt even more about what CUSTOMER means. With all capital letters.

Understanding a customer’s needs and transforming it into the result they were looking for requires patience, the right set of communication skills and a proactive mindset – spiced up with some magic 😉

Knowing that our most profitable and honoured customer – a German multinational pharmaceutical company – has been satisfied with me and invited me to their office 2 times, I dare to say it, that I am jolly good with customers.

Oh, did I mentioned that I worked mostly with the marketing department of that company? Yep.

This is how I fell in love for the second time

This time with marketing, so in 2015 I went back to university.

I received my Marketing Master’s in 2016 and a few months later I’ve started working with OKI – which turned out to be one of my best decisions so far.

2013 – 2016

Finding my true passion and getting my MSc in Marketing

2016 – 2018

Looking after a whole country’s marketing activities and starting my blog

I'm responsible for co-ordinating all marketing- and PR-related activities in the Hungarian market

This includes managing social media platforms and promotions, organizing partner events, creating newsletters and many other tasks I just LOVE to do.

So why I've started a blog...

Because I aim for more. I believe I can help YOU to achieve your goals too – and give myself the pleasure to challenge my knowledge in a new field. Also, to have fun, because nothing worth to do if you can’t enjoy it 😉

And here we are 🙂