Piros Pazaurek
Hungarian Hub

What does your company do?

The non-profit HungarianHub is a trailblazing organization for innovative business and community leaders, connecting Hungary and the United States. Along the way we are also collecting all of the information that impacts Hungarians in United States, so we can always evolve and expand what we offer to the community.

What is your background and how did you start the business?

I was born and raised in Hungary and moved to the United States with my husband in 2011. Shortly after, we launched Marketing X-Rays, a company that provides complete marketing solutions to start-ups and established businesses. I’m an active member of the Rotary Club of Daytona Beach, board member of the Early Learning Coalition of Flagler and Volusia and also actively involved in establishing an American-Hungarian Chamber of Commerce in Florida. I saw a growing need to represent the interests of the local Hungarian communities, strengthen commercial and economic relations between Hungary and the United States of America and promote cultural and academic relations including tourism, internships and student trips between the two countries I call home.

Do you have any plans to grow or expand?

Expanding on the mission of the Hungarian Hub, I’m working on launching the Hungarian Summit in Daytona Beach. The main objective of the event is to introduce networking opportunities between local and Hungarian start-ups, established businesses, educators, community leaders and government decision-makers. The summit will facilitate the smooth establishment of business and successful relationships among American and Hungarian professionals.

Which 3 books from your personal collection would you recommend for aspiring and existing entrepreneurs?

“Originals” by Adam M. Grant; “Start With Why” by Simon Sinek; and “the 4-Hour Workweek” by Timothy Ferriss.

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