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Master brewer and barista to talk finances

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The owners of brewery Hara’Punk Brewing and coffee house A Kávé Háza will talk about their paths to success and responsible financial decisions at an event on Wednesday, June 13.

The event, sponsored by UniCredit Bank and coworking service provider Loffice as part of their “moneypreneurs” series, will focus on questions that arise during the financial decision-making of companies.

Balázs Simonfai, master brewer and co-founder of Hara’Punk Brewing, will be joined by Sándor Tóth, coffee expert, barista, and founder of A Kávé Háza, in a discussion of their careers as entrepreneurs. The event will also feature UniCredit financial experts Balázs Sarlós and Zsuzsanna Orosz, discussing how banks can help aspiring entrepreneurs.

The forum’s moderator will be András Mihálovits, editor and presenter of Jazzy Rádió’s morning show “Millásreggeli.”

The event will run from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Loffice Budapest (Paulay Ede utca 55, District 6). Attendance is free of charge, but prior registration is mandatory. 

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