Barnabás Málnay has a soft spot for seeing exciting businesses around him grow and thrive. As director of the Hungarian Mobility and Multimedia Cluster’s management office, he is fortunate to see enough of these on a daily basis. He cannot complain. Before joining MMCluster, he was director of external relations and development at spicy Kitchen Budapest. He studied social and political theory at ELTE and CEU in Budapest, and at Stanford University, where he also worked as a teaching assistant and instructor in various teaching programs.
Gabriella Kiss is MMCluster’s event coordinator and office manager. Her quest is to make the Cluster’s copious events smooth and fun. When taking a break from this, she coordinates the Budapest New Tech Meetup and the Free Software Conference (why not do some more events), and devours literature with an insatiable appetite.
Valentin Tóth believes in the power of good stories, and telling good stories is what he helps MMCluster do. As communications advisor, he has gained extensive experience supporting the marketization of digital products and services, and assisting multinational companies to enter new markets. At MMCluster, he works with startup companies, advising them in all matters of communications. A historian by training, Valentin worked earlier as a journalist at Hungary’s leading digital media outlet, Index.hu.
Pal Honti, owner and CEO of Mimoza Communications, and Roza Györffy, the head of account at Mimoza believe in the joy of discovery and sharing. Their works always follow the principle of Leonardo da Vinci: “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”. They contribute to the TechShow 2012 with unique ideas, designs, a microsite and organizational tasks.