'Agility is Crucial' - BBJ CEO Breakfast Briefing

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Agility is crucial: that was perhaps the key takeaway from the latest CEO Breakfast Briefing, organized by the German-Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and its content partner, the Budapest Business Journal, at the Anantara Hotel New York Palace on March 7.

 

Logistics was the overarching theme, with panelists representing the road, rail, and air freight aspects of the sector: René Droese, chief development officer at Budapest Airport; Ádám Mészáros, country managing director at DHL Express Hungary; Ádám Tálosi, head of legal affairs and board member at East-West Intermodal Logistics Plc.; and Thoralf Wagner, CEO at Lufthansa Technik Budapest Ltd.

Other topics covered included the HR battle for talent, the need to innovate and find green solutions such as sustainable air fuels, and the lack of rail infrastructure.

Questions were asked by Robin Marshall, editor-in-chief of the Budapest Business Journal.

The now regular event features breakfast and networking opportunities around a moderated roundtable discussion.

 

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