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ABG welcomes new chief HR officer

Luxembourg-based Amber Beverage Group (ABG) has appointed Gabor Nagy as its chief human resources (HR) officer.

Nagy has several years of experience in HR

Nagy has held the position since the beginning of March, and will report to Jekaterina Stuģe, ABG’s CEO.

Nagy has several years of experience in the HR field, including with AGC Glass Europe and Bridgestone EMEA.

He said: “I am delighted to be joining ABG and its ambitious, creative and highly skilled team. I look forward to the collaboration throughout the entire organisation in pursuit of achieving ABG’s growth plans, and to bring the company to the next level by continuously improving the People Plan.”

ABG recently shook up its team, naming a UK managing director, a chief operations officer and a commercial director so far in 2023.

Stuģe added: “I warmly welcome Gabor to our team and believe that with his help we will be able to translate our HR priorities into actions.

“His international experience will help implement our long-term ambitions for an employee motivation system, helping our teams to make full use of the Lean system and internal platforms to generate improvements via new ideas.

“Our employees are a valuable resource and are able to offer many suggestions for positive change that can support our policy of continuous improvement. Gabor’s experience in this area will help strengthen a culture that motivates people to share their ideas.”

ABG’s announcement that it would continue to sponsor the Ukrainian men’s basketball team made it into the top 10 marketing moves of February 2023.

Last month, the group partnered with Fritz-Kola to grow the German soft drink brand in the UK.

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