Who let the brains out?

Who let the brains out?

The marketing club of the faculty invited Anko Reijnders a Dutch communications expert to give a speech on 7th of December.

Dear Students and Business Experts,

we are delighted to introduce the following event of the Marketing Club (at the University of Szeged) which is focusing on the creative forces that will influence the global economy in the future. The title of the event: Who let the brains out?

In recent research, CEOs of large companies have stated that creative forces will define the global economy in the future. That leaves the question: How do we build this creative force? Otherwise: How do we grow creative intelligence? We will move closer to creativity. What is it? Who has it? When and Where does it occur? And How can it be facilitated?

Anko Reijnders We invited Anko Reijnders, who has huge practical experience in the advertising industry (working at Leo Burnett, Ogilvy & Mather and Saatchi & Saatchi). He is a Dutch communication expert living in Hungary for over two decades. He speaks fluent Hungarian, German, English and Dutch. He works for Moltech – industrial services/machine transmission products - in Röszke to help building (export) business in Europe. In his presentation, you learn about the practice of "letting your brains out more often”: with more Lala – more Pipi – we get more Tada!


The event is on 7th December at 6:00 pm at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Main Building, Aula.

Participation at the event is free, but registration is required due to capacity constraints. In case of interest please indicate your intention to participate in the event on the following url:


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