CPI launches Human Innovation Program



Real estate firm CPI Hungary launched its Human Innovation Program, a service package that was introduced to ease the day-to-day routine of those working in an office by bringing some more color to their working life, according to a press release.

CPI considers creating a human-centered working environment to be part of its high-level service offer for tenants, the company said, so this program seeks to improve the ordinary days of employees working in offices, the press release added.

Tenants of CPI buildings expressed appreciation for the program, the press release said.

“The Human Innovation Program met with an unequivocally positive welcome among our colleagues. It’s very nice that the managing company cheers the tenants up. We are happy with this initiative, trying to make use of it and supporting it to remain for long,” said András Bacskai, project manager of Interticket Ltd. said.

Ferenc Becker, project manager of Parvis Ltd., said: “We have grasped the opportunity several times to ease our frustration and stress accumulated during the day by playing ping-pong a little bit. It’s a great help, too, in developing team spirit. The moving-market and the ice-cream stand give an opportunity for smaller purchases and bring a refreshing change day-by-day.” 


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