SwissCham Hungary launches online forum


SwissCham Hungary has launched a new communication channel, an online forum, exclusively for its members. The chamber says it believes the platform, launched on December 12, will provide an opportunity for interactive participation by members, allowing them to submit proposals for discussion. 

“We want to support a stronger interaction of members with each other in order to make full use of business opportunities,” the chamber said in a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal. “We regularly consult with our members about the opportunities inherent in membership, looking to discover business relationships. We constantly provide an opportunity for members to communicate the goals of their business with other chamber member companies and individuals associated with them.”

At least initially, the forum will focus on proposals for events, with special attention on the needs of SMEs, but the chamber says the scope may well be expanded in the future.

“Please help us by sharing with us in a few lines your suggestions and thoughts as to how the chamber can engage in more effective activities according to your requirements. All registered members will see your comment, and online chat is possible between the members of the chamber,” the chamber said. 

The forum requires a brief registration process, and is available at


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