National Trading House launches SME support program
The Hungarian National Trading House (MNKH), set up by the Hungarian state to find new opportunities for Hungarian companies on foreign markets, launched a program that targets SMEs today.
CEO Zsanett Ducsai-Oláh said at a press conference that MNKHʼs “Export Expressz” program aims to bring together an assortment of Hungarian SMEsʼ products and services with a high degree of added value and to present these on foreign markets as a “flagship” navigating a course for other Hungarian companies. The program will focus on innovative start-ups as well as fostering partnerships between domestic companies and peers in regions with large ethnic Hungarian populations, she added.
A number of entrepreneurs that MNKH has already helped were present at the press conference, including Tunde Hrivnak, the owner of By Me, which makes premium clothing with authentic Hungarian folk motifs; Máté Bokrosi, who owns high-end soap maker Zador Fine Bar; and Csaba Antal, the inventor of the Velo-track cycle route recorder and anti-theft device.
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