Going global conference <br> startup and innovation in Hungary


DATE : May 28 (9.00 am – 2.00 pm)
VENUE: Hotel President (1054. Budapest, Hold u. 3.)




What are the things that launch a Hungarian startup success story? What are the challenges these enterprises have to face at the start, or even later on? How does the business world welcome a startup concept that stems from Hungary? Is it possible to keep the initial momentum going? How do you make sure that the first idea leading to the breakthrough will be followed by others, and the company won’t be just a one-hit wonder but become an established element of the international business landscape? These and other questions will all be answered at the Budapest Business Journal’s conference on May 28, 2013.



Our partnersSPEAKERS:

Gyula Fehér

co-founder-CTO, Ustream

Ákos Berzi

CFO, Organica Water

Balázs Vinnai

CEO, IND Group (TBC)

Imre Hild

CEO, iCatapult

Gábor Bojár

Chairman, Graphisoft

Sándor Kürti

President, Kürt Co

Miklós Fekete

partner, PwC Hungary

Priszcilla Várnagy

CEO, Be-novative Inc.

Márton Juhász

winner Global Impact



LANGUAGE: Hungarian (with simultaneous English interpretation)


PARTICIPATION FEE : HUF 35,000+VAT/person, (Fee includes: conference documentation, full lunch and coffee breaks.)

For Early birds (registration by May 10): HUF 29,000+VAT/person,
DISCOUNTS - BBJ subscibers: 15%, 2-4 registrations: 15%, 5 or more registrations: 20%




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