HIPA attends Sirha exhibition

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The Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) is present with its own stand at Sirha, one of the world’s leading exhibitions for the food and catering industries, held in Hungary from today until May 11, HIPA announce today in a press release.

HIPA’s sectoral advisers will address opportunities in the domestic food industry at stand No E59 in Pavilion A. Advisers hope to meet with potential investors interested in the Hungarian investment environment. 

HIPA is one of the more than 300 exhibitors at the event, which hopes to attract as many as 20,000 visitors. The highlight of Sirha this year is the European final of the Bocuse d’Or, in which European chefs will compete for a spot at the finals to be held in Lyon, France.

Sirha is a premium, international exhibit of the food, bakery, confectionery, hotel and catering industries and provides meeting and business opportunities for companies and specialists working in these trades.

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