Márton is a Communication Officer at the European Commission. Previously, he was a Diplomat and Spokesperson at Hungary’s representation to the EU, and, before that, he worked in the Financial Crisis Task Force of DG Competition and in the Internet Policy Unit of DG INFSO. Before arriving in Brussels in 2005, Márton lived, worked, and studied in various countries. In his native Hungary, he studied economics and finance and ran a small translating business, but in the Netherlands, he sorted vegetables and studied trade. In Germany, he sold washing powder and took a behavioral finance course, and in Washington, D.C., he worked at a lobbying office and studied government relations. Currently, Márton lives with his wife and three kids in Brussels.

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