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Bureau Veritas Hungary Becomes Certifying Partner of Access4You

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Bureau Veritas Hungary became a certifying partner of Access4You this month, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Access4you uses a unique system for the certification and qualification of buildings’ accessibility. It aims to provide users with detailed and reliable information on the accessibility of the built environment to enable people with disabilities to pursue an active and predictable lifestyle.

Bureau Veritas Hungary CEO Viktor Kelemen said, “We at Bureau Veritas are in a favorable situation to contribute to a more inclusive and sustainable society not only through our responsible operational activities but through our services, too.”

Balázs Berecz, founder and CEO of Access4you, said, “We are delighted that the world’s leading certification company is certifying partner of ours. It is exemplary that they are not only talking about social sustainability through their core businesses but actively shaping it and inspiring their customers to act the same. Thanks to our cooperation, these endeavors are greatly contributing to a more accessible and inclusive world.”

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