CEO breakfast briefing event launched in Budapest

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A new English-language business series event kicked off in Budapest this morning. The CEO Breakfast Briefing is organized by the German-Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in partnership with the Budapest Business Journal.

The kick-off event was held at the Antara Hotel New York Palace on May 24, 2022. It featured breakfast and networking opportunities around a moderated roundtable discussion on the economic outlook and the challenges facing businesses in Hungary today; the ground covered included inflation, war, workforce, sustainability, and more.

The discussion featured Károly Radnai, CEO of Andersen Consulting, Róbert Keszte, head of country for Continental Hungary, and Árpád Goszták, CEO of Siemens Energy. Questions were posed by BBJ editor-in-chief Robin Marshall.

Look out for a BBJ podcast produced from the roundtable discussion to be posted on budapestbusinessjournal.com soon.

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