Biggest guestlist to date for 4th BBJ CEO Boardroom

Conferences

The Boardroom Roundtable (From left): Robin Marshall, Budapest Business Journal; Erik Slooten, T-Systems International; Rezső Rózsai, KPMG Hungary; and John Ford, GoTo in Hungary.

Around 30 people drawn from the diplomatic corps, chambers of commerce, and the expat CEO community attended the Budapest Business Journal’s fourth CEO Boardroom meeting at the Matild Palace hotel yesterday morning.

Guests enjoyed breakfast, specially curated by the team from Spago by Wolfgang Puck Budapest, and were introduced to Selim Ölmez, the new GM of the venue host, Matild Palace, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Budapest.

The highlight, however, was a roundtable discussion on the economic picture and prospects for Hungary featuring John Ford, managing director of GoTo and LastPass in Hungary, Rezső Rózsai, CEO of KPMG, and Erik Slooten, global leader of delivery quality and transformation cloud services at T-Systems International, and the 2021 winner of the BBJ Expat CEO of the Year award. Questions were asked by Robin Marshall, editor-in-chief of the Budapest Business Journal.

Look out for videos and podcasts from the event in the near future.

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