Nora started Zerocom in 2008 after having spent 3 years at Joshua/G2 London, an advertising agency awarded Agency of the Year twice during this period. Working closely together with the Board Director she was responsible for implementing Clients’ brand strategies. Beforehand, she was project managing Magyar Magic – Hungary in Focus, a festival marking Hungary’s accession to the EU. The festival showcased Hungarian culture in 13 British cities, in cooperation with 250 organizations and 2000 British and Hungarian artists. Nora was responsible for communication and for the coordination of almost 500 events.
Client Service Director
Geri joined Zerocom in 2013. Returning to the office-desk after years of adventures, he brings along a range of out-of-the-sector skills that add a hundred colors to the company’s palette. He worked for multinational companies such as airline companies as a senior manager and in Orange - Partner Communications Company Ltd. - as a regional sales team co-ordinator. He is a people’s person, experienced in managing a team of 200 people. He lived most of his adult life in the Middle East and speaks English, Hebrew and Hungarian.
Barbara joined Zerocom in 2014 working on brand building, strategy and production. She started her carrier at Grey Worldwide, where she was responsible for the Advertising Agency’s biggest client, Vodafone for 7 years. At DDB her expertise in Client Relations served clients like Pepsi, Phillips, Johnson and Johnson, Henkel, Allianz to name a few. After 10 years in Advertising she decided to switch over to the field of Production, using her deep understanding of client, agency, and brand needs during the creative process of shooting TV commercials. As the Producer of Stab Filmfactory she was managing productions for Zwack Unicum, Telenor, Erste Bank amoung many others.
She spent 2 year in the US. She is fluent in English.
Zsofi Bod graduated from the Metropolitan University in London where she studied Communication and Cultural Studies and has gained a Masters degree from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. She has worked with various British cultural institutions in London as well as the Hungarian Cultural Centre managing arts projects. She also has over ten years experience working in the non-profit sector in the UK. She joined Zerocom in January 2015.