HEPA starting 'Fit for Export' program
The Hungarian Export Promotion Agency (HEPA) will start its "Fit for Export" program, helping micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises to enter foreign markets, in January, HEPA leader Kristóf Szabó told autopro.hu.
Successful applicants can choose from theoretical, hands-on and digital services training.
The program focuses on preparing for various online activities based on the experience of the past year and a half, Szabó said.
Applications can be submitted on HEPA's website, and the agency expects around 250 companies to participate, he said. The program is being organized in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, he added.
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