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Budapest to host Personal Hungary HR exhibition

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Personal Hungary

Personal Hungary, the 12th exhibition for human resource management, will be held in Budapest on November 11-12 in Millenáris, running from 9 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. on both days.

(Photo: Personal Hungary)

Personal Hungary is a B2B event for HR-management professionals, and the number-one trade show for human resource management in Hungary and Eastern Europe, organizers say, providing a forum for suppliers of HR services and products.

Last year the exhibition drew 2,031 HR decision-makers from the industry and public administration during the two days, and featured more than 70 exhibitors.

Personal Hungary offers new ideas and solutions that are essential for the daily work of HR professionals, according to the organizers. Visitors can get a comprehensive overview of the market through innovative services and products, and discover more about new developments in the industry.

The main focus topics of this year’s exhibition include HR management consultancy, personnel services, HR software and hardware, and further education/e-learning.

For more information visit the official website of Personal Hungary

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