Institute for Foreign Affairs holding green energy discussion

Conferences

The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade will hold an online discussion entitled "Green Energy in Focus: Investment Incentives in Hungary and Poland" on February 25.

The discussion is being held in cooperation with the Waclaw Felczak Foundation, and is part of the Felczak Workshop series and the Hungarian-Polish Knowledge Base Program.

The event will feature speakers such as Agnieszka Jankowska,  director of corporate government affairs and policy for GE Poland, Márton Buda, strategy expert at MVM, Tomasz Zjawiony, president of the Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Katowice, and Márton Ugrósdy director of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Interested parties should register by February 23 using this link.

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