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Doing Business in Hungary ’15
Date: May 14, 2015.
Place: Hilton Hotel Kyiv, Dallas Ballroom, 30 Taras Shevchenko Blvrd., Ukraine, 01030.
In search of business expanding and development, Ukrainian exporters and investors pay attention to the neighboring countries. Aiming to inform them about the possibilities that are offered by the state and businesses of the EU member country Hungary A7 CONFERENCES is organizing a conference “Doing Business in Hungary” that will be held on May 14, 2015 at the Hilton Hotel Kyiv (Dallas Ballroom, 30 Taras Shevchenko Blvrd., Ukraine, 01030). The Conference is organized under the patronage of the Ambassador of Hungary to Ukraine and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary.
We would like to invite you to take part in this event that will provide you with a unique opportunity to obtain comprehensive information about the investment climate in Hungary, as well as communicate directly with representatives of state bodies and organizations of Hungary and familiarize yourself with the operating investment projects.
Exclusive features of doing business in Hungary for the Ukrainian investors:
• EU member since 2004
• Exeptional infrastructure connections with all of Central Europe
• Access a market of 500 mln people
• Returnable and irrevocable dotations from the EU and the Hungarian government
• Start a business in 4 days
• Tailor made incentive packages for the investments that exceed EUR 10 million from the Hungarian government
• More than 200 well-developed ready-made industrial sites
• 2,5% interest rate for the EUR loans
Among the speakers are:
Erno Keskeny • Ambassador of Hungary to Ukraine
Alexander Borovik • First Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine
Petra Pana • Deputy Secretary of State for Foreign Economic Affairs
Robert Bodocs • Vice President, Hungarian Investment and Trade Agency (HITA)
Laszlo Peocz • Co-Founder, Invest in Hungary
Robert Szij • Co-Founder, Invest in Hungary
One of the competitive advantages of Hungary compared to other countries in the region is the constant desire of the government to improve the business environment and competitiveness, for both small and medium-sized enterprises as well as large companies. This target is being achieved due to the wide variety of incentives.
In 2014 the conditions for obtaining economic incentives were changed across the European Union, including Hungary: the period of the new regulatory measures begins and new funds become available. The program is designed to stimulate the economy for the period from 2014 to 2020. In this period the volume of incentives will increase by 25% as compared with 2007-2013. About 35 billion euros of subsidies will be allocated, 60% of which are directed to economic development.
The program is primarily aimed at investors who intend to sell finished goods and services produced in the EU in Europe, as well as those who are going to dispose of their products manufactured in the EU in the CIS countries.
Number of participants: 200
Languages: Russian, Hungarian (simultaneous translation)