French chamber to visit Győr

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The Hungarian-French Chamber of Commerce (CCI France Hongrie) will be holding the next event of its Industrial, Logistics and Purchasing Club in Győr on February 9-10. 

The program includes visits to the factories of Graboplast Zrt. and Győr Distillery Co. Ltd., a business lunch and a wine tasting dinner  on Thursday, followed by a visit to the factory of Jankovits Hydraulics Ltd. and a “comedian breakfast” at lunchtime on Friday.

The trip costs HUF 41,000 HUF + VAT/person (includes three visits, two days’ accommodation and meals), and HUF 53,500 + VAT/person for non-members. Places must be booked at club-indulog@ccifrance-hongrie.org by February 3.

The week after the Győr trip, the chamber will be co-hosting an energy forum business breakfast with its member Cothec Energetikai Üzemeltető Kft. entitled “Energy Audit Officer and Tax Relief: Obligations and Opportunities.” Speakers will include Tamás Tóth, head of department of the Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority (MEKH), and Gábor Bercsi, CEO of Cothec Kft. 

The breakfast will be held at the CCI France offices (the third floor of the East-West Business Center, Rákóczi út 1-3 in District VIII) on Tuesday, February 14, from 9 to 11 a.m. Participation is free but pre-registration is required before February 10. Presentations will be in Hungarian, without interpretation.

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