French-Hungarian Chamber Marks 30 Years

In Budapest

This year, the French-Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has been celebrating its 30th anniversary.

To mark the occasion, it launched a podcast series at the beginning of the year, in which member company executives tell stories about the past decades and their current news.

More recently, on September 25, the chamber held a prestigious gala evening, entitled Jardin des Lumières (“Garden of Lights”), hosted by the beautiful garden of Klebelsberg Kastély (Klebelsberg Castle), in Budapest’s District II.

The 30th anniversary celebration year will be closed with a booklet called Réussites (Sikertörténetek or “Success Stories”), which will be presented at the chamber’s annual Christmas party.

More information on the chamber, including its 30th anniversary celebrations, can be found on its website: www.ccifrance-hongrie.org/hu

This article was first published in the Budapest Business Journal print issue of November 19, 2021.

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