BBJ CEO Breakfast Meeting - A roundtable focusing on challenges facing businesses today: inflation, war, workforce, sustainability, and more

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This Budapest Business Journal podcast was recorded as a new series event, the CEO Breakfast Briefing, organized by the German-Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in partnership with the BBJ. This kick-off event was held in the Anantara hotel New York Palace on May 24, 2022.

 

The roundtable conversation you’re about to hear focused on the challenges facing businesses today: inflation, war, workforce, sustainability, and more. It features Károly Radnai, CEO of Andersen Consulting, Róbert Keszte head of the country for Continental Hungary, and Árpád Goszták, CEO of Siemens Energy. Questions were asked by BBJ editor-in-chief Robin Marshall.

 

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