Globe Trade Centre promoted Ede Gulyás to the position of County Manager, Hungary. He will take over the operations of GTC in the local market end-to-end, following the resignation of Robert Snow, a former member of the Management Board and Country Manager in Hungary.
GTC’s new Country Manager, Ede Gulyás, has over 20 years of experience in real estate, having served 10 years at top managerial positions of multiple development and investment companies with class ‘A’ office-and retail buildings.
In his new position, Gulyás is replacing Robert Snow, GTC’s emblematic leader since the start of the company over two decades ago.
“I would like to thank Robert Snow for over 20 remarkable years that he dedicated to our company. As a property developer, investor, and employer, GTC has become a leading market player, and Robert Snow has shared a significant part of it. I wish Robert many peaceful years ahead with his loved ones as he retires. Ede Gulyás appointment recognizes his management skills and in-depth sector knowledge. I am confident that with a thorough knowledge of the local market and GTC’s portfolio, Ede will strengthen our operations in Hungary.” – said Yovav Carmi, CEO and President of the GTC Management Board.
Prior to joining GTC, Ede Gulyás led CA Immo Hungary Kft. as a Managing Director, overseeing the company’s successful merger with Europolis. Previously, he managed a EUR 500-million+ commercial real-estate portfolio of more than 10 A-class office, retail and industrial properties with approx. 200 tenants.
“I am looking forward to steering GTC Hungary towards new milestones in the local market. I am eager to leverage our local strategy of managing standing investments with a focus on occupancy and rental income improvement as well as implementation of tenant focused and sustainable solutions” – commented Ede Gulyás, Country Manager of GTC Hungary.
Ede holds of an MBA in Business and Managerial Economics from Budapest’s University of Technology and Economics and a master’s degree from the University of Debrecen. Besides his native Hungarian, he is fluent in English and German.